TweetFavy Review – My Experience
After setting up my own website one of the first things I wanted to do was build a following. Actually get visitors on my site to read my posts, after all, what would be the point of uploading articles for no one else to read? I came across a platform called TweetFavy, which is a marketing automation software aimed at growing your Twitter. This TweetFavy review will detail some of the pros and cons I discovered when using the platform.
The Cons of TweetFavy
It might be unusual for me to start off my TweetFavy Review with all the bad things, but I think it is best to end on a positive note than a negative one. Unfortunately, I did find a few cons with this platform, but none that were significant.
The 2 week trial I initially took out was plagued with a variety of bugs. This resulted in my Twitter profile being unlinked from the platform and meant the software couldn’t do its work. I did contact customer support about this, who apologised and said my profile needs to be relinked, which I did. However, this problem occurred several times throughout, meaning I did not get as much use as I should have from the trial.
Furthermore, I question the ability of the software for accounts with an already established following. I did not see significant gains, and I imagine if you already have that fan base built up the effect would be negligible.
Now onto the more positive influences. I was quite happy with the results. I grew my following to over 100 or so, which allowed me to build up an audience, albeit a small one. It was fantastic for starting a new profile, and making it appear to be not so insignificant.
I also enjoyed the level of customisation I was provided with. If you want greater control and more features, you do have to pay more, the free trial I enjoyed only offered the basic features. This meant I could target 7 specific hashtags, which did allow for quite a broad reach.
Earlier I mentioned how I had issues with the software, but when I did contact customer support I received support quickly and the team was helpful in solving my problem. This shows that the team is dedicated and cares about the customers, even though I was only on a free trial.
Ultimately, as a one-man team, I don’t think I would pay to use this software. The starter package, which estimates to gain you 140-420 followers a month costs around $9, whereas the basic package is $19. The basic package was the one I used, and the followers I gained from roughly one week was in line with their monthly target of 240-720 new followers.
This platform may be better suited to companies willing to invest into growing their brand, but for me personally, I did not believe it to be value for money. I noticed a lot of the followers I gained were actually bots, probably using a similar software themselves, so even if I gained a large following through this software, the value would be low. It’s unlikely I would convert many of my followers into paying customers, but I suppose it does help me appear to be larger than I actually am which has value in itself.
Ideally in the future I would like to have a longer trial, as I felt I didn’t get the full worth out of it. It appeared to be a great tool in many ways, but my experience was lacking a bit. However, when the platform does offer a free 2 week trial to all users, there’s nothing to lose if you want to try it yourself. I hope you enjoyed reading my TweetFavy review, and I hope my experience can help you decide whether or not you should try the product out as well. If you do, click on this link to be directed to their page!