Tweet My Website 1.0
Clean and practical looks
The application features a simple, tabbed interface, allowing you to easily switch between its various sections, namely ‘Tweet Pictures’, ‘Schedule’ and ‘Twitter Users’.
It is very simple to understand, due to the straight-forward appearance, which supports even the less experienced individuals in advertising for their website on Twitter.
Authorizing Tweet My Website on your Twitter account
In order to be able to function, you need to authorize the tool on Twitter; this can be done by clicking on the ‘Add’ button in the ‘Twitter Users’ tab, which will cause Tweet My Website to open a page in your default browser.
There, you can login to your account by entering your username and password. Afterward, a code is generated, that you need to type into the ‘Input’ window, to permit the utility to post on your behalf.
Schedule your photos to be tweeted at regular intervals
The program lets you enter the URL address of your website, requiring you to press ‘Search’. The discovered images are displayed in a list, so you can select which one to post on Twitter.
Tweet My Website allows you to either ‘Tweet’ the picture instantly or ‘Add Schedule’, the latter enabling you to choose a ‘Period’, enter a ‘Description’ or check the proper boxes if you want to ‘Include Picture’ or ‘Include Description’. The created tasks can be viewed in the ‘Schedule’ tab.
Handy Twitter promoting instrument
To summarize, Tweet My Website is a useful and effective utility that you can use to advertise yourself on Twitter, by posting pictures from your website at regular periods, so as to encourage your followers to access it.
Reviewed by Marina Dan, last updated on April 18th, 2014
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Application descriptionTweet My Website is a lightweight application meant to help you promote your website by allowing you to post images fr...
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