TweetAdder has always been quite simply the best Twitter marketing software for getting targeted results fast, whether you are a veteran Twitter marketer looking at selling their affiliate products, or are a small, medium or even large sized business looking to stir some interest in your company.
But there is increasing competition for some of the other popular marketing software, so is TweetAdder still the daddy? I've been in the realm of Twitter marketing for around 5 years now, basically since Twitter started and I've never encountered a better piece of software than TweetAdder.
TweetAdder offers you the ability to find targeted users by their interests, location and even what they have been tweeting about in the hope that they will follow you and your tweets which should show them something they've been wanting to hear about.
It also offers the ability to automatically send messages and tweets to users once they follow you or if a particular user mentions specific keywords.
For example, if they write 'hair transplants' and you have programmed TweetAdder to respond with a particular phrase / phrases, it will do that automatically.
This is very good for advertising your products / affiliate offers.
However if there's one thing that TweetAdder has never offered it's the ability to interact.
Software such as MarketMeSuite and even a big competitor to TweetAdder, Tweet Whistle, offer this ability by providing you with tweet timelines, provate message areas and the ability to add columns with basically anything you want, including what people are tweeting about you and tweets about specific keywords.
MarketMeSuite also offers the automatic tweeting which is very useful, but doesn't have the capabilities of TweetAdder when it comes to following on a large scale.
It can do it, just not in the way that TweetAdder does.
TweetAdder finds users for you based on your specification, adds them to a database and follows them in a lower frequency, to avoid Twitter becoming suspicious of what you are doing.
Here's a tip; follow a maximum of 150 people per day.
There's nothing wrong with following a lot of people at once, but in some cases Twitter themselves see this as abuse, so stick with around 150.
In the end, it's all about what you want and need.
If you're a small business looking to interact with your followers and find a few more gradually, MarketMeSuite may be the way to go, however if you're looking at finding people on a much larger scale, then TweetAdder is definitely the way to go.
There are no other major competitors out there these days and both pieces of software work on PC, Mac and Linux so have fun!