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Would you trust a bot to handle your Twitter feed?


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We’ve written a fair bit about the use of bots to automatically respond to fans on Facebook Messenger. But what about turning your tweets and (if you’re a company) LinkedIn posts over to a bot? That’s the gist of Swiss startup Twinybots.

“Our service will post content on socials networks without your intervention. But you can also choose to post only content that you first approved,” explains its website. “Behaviours of our robots are highly customisable. Chose posting rate, open hours, post kind ratio (tweet, retweet or like) and multiples of others parameters.” There’s even the option to pre-select certain categories that you want your account to be an “influencer” on.

There’s a free tier for running one Twitter bot – although it will send a direct message to followers promoting the service – as well as a $15-a-month individual tier without the DM, and a $35-a-month Pro tier that adds support for LinkedIn, Buffer and doubles the number of bots to two.

Stuart Dredge

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