Twit Pro Quo - Newly Released Service is a Promising Tool for Expanding Social Visibility on Twitter
With Twitter's continued growth, more and more individuals and companies see the importance of maximizing their reach within this social network. Twit Pro Quo is a service which embraces this notion and adds an enjoyable twist for users to expand their Twitter following.
Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) May 5, 2009 -- Twitter users can both increase and diversify their Twitter following with Twit Pro Quo, a new service which was shrouded in mystery until its unveiling on May 5th. "We wanted to keep people on their toes. Social networkers knew that it would ultimately enhance their presence on Twitter, but they had no idea exactly how this would be done," says Nick Jabbour, the developer of Twit Pro Quo.
Using a proprietary design, this service seeks to level the playing field in a world where celebrities tend to attract more Twitter followers than almost everyone else combined. "The concept of Twitter Marketing is now commonplace among internet entrepreneurs. Subsequently, more and more people rely on Twitter as a way of promoting their message. We intend to help them do this more effectively."
Combining ease of use with a rewarding outcome, the development of Twit Pro Quo was no easy task, according to Nick Jabbour. "How do you create a system which gives its users more than it asks of them? Such promises are often left unfulfilled. It is our hope that TwitProQuo.com will shape up to be an exception." While Twit Pro Quo is a free service, what it asks of its users is for them to follow 10 new people which the site has designated, and optionally, to post a message to their Twitter updates, encouraging others to use the service.
Who somebody follows on Twitter through Twit Pro Quo is based on a combination of individuals who used the site before the current visitor, and other Twitter users who have referred them there. In return, users are promised to gain at least 10 new followers directly from the site in addition to any other Twitter users which they refer to the service. "The main power of our site is handled behind the scenes. It can take only 20 seconds to use our service, but don't let that fool you into thinking that it's not going to be effective. If the power lies in the back-end, then the beauty certainly lies in its front-end simplicity."
Asked whether Twitter passwords could be stolen, Jabbour stated, "We developed this system with security concerns in mind. We do not even store the Twitter credentials on our server and have taken the maximum possible measures to protect our users' privacy." Twit Pro Quo also offers user statistics, as well as an email alert service, which notifies users once they have gained 10 new Twitter followers from the site's queue, and are then eligible to place themselves back in it.
About Twit Pro Quo:
The brain-child of software architect and internet entrepreneur Nick Jabbour, TwitProQuo.com was conceived as a way of allowing individuals and companies alike a simple and fun, yet effective way to grow their presence on Twitter. This service can be reached on Twitter via @twpq.
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