Twit Sniper 2.0 Is Officially Open To The Public

by Robb Sutton

Twit Snipe 2.0 has officially soft launched and is available to the public. As part of the beta program, I have already been using 2.0 for a couple of weeks and it is a serious upgrade over the previous version.

The Issue for Normal Twitter Users

I say “normal” for a very key reason. Unless you have a massive amount of traffic to your blog or you are a rockstar, finding Twitter users to interact with can be a difficult, time consuming task. Ideally, you would like tweeters to just find you and start following, but that is not the case. You have to search out like minded individuals and follow them with the hope they follow you back. As you can imagine…it can take forever to build up a good Twitter following by relying on standard methods.

Twit Sniper 2.0

Twit Sniper 2.0 takes all of that research and following and puts it in your hands with an easy to use web based tool (that I also use….look for my face on the sales page!). Especially in my mountain biking/cycling market, I am able to find Twitter users that are talking about biking, cycling and other related keywords automatically through the use of this tool. Once I have let a couple days pass and I am enjoying my new conversations with like minded individuals, I can use Twit Sniper to unfollow those users that did not follow me back. Pretty easy system if you really want to leverage your Twitter account.

Now…I am not a spammer so I use the forces of Twit Sniper for good…not evil…so it is a very useful tool for my blogging.


  • Unfollow people that are not following you
  • Targeted keyword search and follow
  • Schedule these tasks automatically
  • Get stats on your Twitter account
  • and much more…

I don’t know if I am even supposed to show you these shots, but here is the home screen admin of Twit Sniper. As you can see, it has a great layout that is easy to use as you continually grow your Twitter following with targeted leads that are talking about your topics.

Stop in and check it out when you get a chance. If you really want to leverage Twitter in your blogging, you are going to need some sort of tool like Twit Sniper 2.0 to keep Twitter from sucking away all of the valuable time you should be using to produce content, write eBooks, etc.

For a limited time…you can try out Twit Sniper 2.0 for the first 7 days for ONLY $1.00! Check out Twit Sniper 2.0

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Ian Fernando September 30, 2009 - 9:55 pm

all good with showing the neat and cool interface and glad you like it thus far!

Robb Sutton October 1, 2009 - 12:17 pm

The interface is MUCH better this time around. Great job!

ricky September 30, 2009 - 11:02 pm

You can target and follow people with the simple twitter search engine. what does this tool add more. Follow 100 people in one shot makes your twitter stream unreadable….. dunno maybe great for business with a specific product or service but useless for individual …

ps: following people so fast… doesn’t lead you to be spammer as twitter view it…..

Robb Sutton October 1, 2009 - 12:17 pm

If you are looking to build your personal brand or blog, Twitter has become a huge resource for traffic and interaction with other people in your specific niche. This tool allows you to find those Twitter users much easier in a lot less time.

Twitter is actually in my top 3 traffic sources for all of my blogs right now. I do not see that changing anytime soon.

ricky October 1, 2009 - 4:13 pm

I understand all that but how do you compare this tool to other services on the market like wefollow or … do you see real traction not only a traffic growth but real conversion growth… do this tool have some analytic stuff….

Eric October 2, 2009 - 1:29 am

Not seeing how to sign up for a dollar, its trying to make me pay $27.xx for the first month.

Mike October 8, 2009 - 12:04 am

I know I’m super behind the times, but I’ve been way too busy with the day job. Anyways, the link to TwitSniper was going 404 for me.


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