Get MEGA Exposure With EasyRetweet


Enstine Muki is brilliant. He has not only created an excellent platform for Retweet Exchange, but he has created a platform for engagement and relationship building among bloggers, and that is priceless.

Mega Exposure

When I first started on Twitter (how many eons ago?), it was as if I sat staring at the screen saying to myself, “Now what do I do?” All this great content was flurrying by and I wanted to share, but didn’t know what to share. Enter, EasyRetweet!

With EasyRetweet, I choose what I want to retweet. You can decide whether you want to retweet everything, or be selective, picking out the content (retweets) that appeals to your Twitter audience. And, if you are short on time, you can purchase credits. That way, you can offer your tweets for retweeting, even if you have limited time to “earn” credits. Great subscription plans, feature plans, and more!

Kiesha Easley, the inspiring, and encouraging force behind has partnered with Enstine Muki (EasyRetweet), to give you an AWESOME opportunity to get some of those coveted credits and started getting your content tweeted. Check out the information, below:

Get More Retweets More Followers and More Exposure – Get in on this 30,000 EasyRetweet Credit Give-away!

WeBlogBetter has a partnered with EasyRetweet to organize a huge 30,000 EasyRetweet Credit Give-Away.

If you haven’t yet heard of EasyRetweet, I’m here to tell that it’s a really awesome site that allows you to exchange retweets with others.

The site uses a credit system – you earn credits for retweeting stuff that you find interesting and you can offer credits to have your retweets shared. It’s also a great place to connect with others and increase your Twitter following.

It’s a win/win situation!

10 winners will be chosen to receive 3000 credits each!

Want to be one of them? It’s easy to enter, just visit this link for details:

EasyRetweet 30,000 Credit Giveaway!

17 comments… add one
  • Ivin Jul 7, 2012 @ 1:38

    Hello Deborah. It’s nice of you to promote this post of Keisha. I think it’s a great promotion to do and the person who win’s it will get a great prize. I like that way you do selfless promotion of other people’s promotions and that will still get you a long way.

    • deborah Jul 7, 2012 @ 23:05

      Thanks, Ivin. I agree. I love the give-give and true, whoever wins Keisha’s contest is going to have a very cool treat!

  • Lisa Jul 8, 2012 @ 16:32

    How is this one different from JustRetweet? I did join Easy Retweet and am trying to learn the differences. It does seem to have more options?

    • deborah Jul 9, 2012 @ 15:55

      Hi Lisa,

      They are similar, and yet different. I love, as well! EasyRetweet does have some great filtering options and I like the friend option, so that I can quickly look up my friends and RT their tweets. Anything that aids in working smarter and efficiency and saving time is a big plus. Hey, feel free to add me (socialwebcafe) and I can watch for your tweets 🙂


    • Enstine Muki Jul 12, 2012 @ 0:24

      Hi lisapatb, Welcome on
      Justretweet is a nice retweet tool and Valentine is a good friend.

      While you get retweeted on EasyRetweet, you can also get recommendations. This is new with pretty nice feedbacks. Memebers get to recommend you to their followers. There are a few other options. I can encourage entering the contest so as to grab the free credits from Kiesha

      • deborah Jul 24, 2012 @ 11:22

        Enstine – I love how you are continually adding new features to! It just gets better and better!

  • Grady Pruitt Jul 10, 2012 @ 0:06

    I haven’t really used a lot of tools to retweet with twitter (though I do really like Tweetdeck, but mainly use it for an easier way to keep track of tweets I might be interested in). This tool sounds interesting. I don’t have the budget for it right now, but I’ll have to consider it in the future! Thanks for sharing!

    • deborah Jul 10, 2012 @ 10:30

      Hi Grady,

      Actually, this tool is free, which makes it really cool! I personally pay for credits, to save time, but you gain credits when you RT others’ tweets and by using the friend list and filters, you choose the tweets that you would have normally chosen, say, in Tweetdeck, instead of having it dictated to you. But, you can always tweet everything if that is what you like to do, as well.


  • Simmeon Jul 10, 2012 @ 12:11

    Hey Deborah,

    What’s really funny is, the owner emailed and asked me to promote “this exact website” but I never responded, I think he must have been hustling everyone for free promotion.

    • deborah Jul 10, 2012 @ 22:52

      Really? Wow! 😀

    • Enstine Muki Jul 12, 2012 @ 0:15

      Sorry to hear you say this hear bro. My exact words to you are “… I was wondering if we network to bring more results to our ventures.”

      Blogging is about networking and it’s up to you to chose who to network with. I never ask people to promote my tool for FREE. I reward with handsome amount of credits.

      • deborah Jul 12, 2012 @ 0:32

        Enstine definitely rewards more than any other program I have experienced. And, even though I love the service and his customer service, when I think about it, all those perks really do create customer loyalty. There is never a sense of obligation, but rather a give-give attitude which is what I love about the blogging community. Enstine is the epitome of that give-give attitude.

  • Enstine Muki Jul 12, 2012 @ 0:08

    Hey Deborah, thanks for the shout out. A lot is really going on and I’m liking the engagement. Your readers can grab these free credits:

    • deborah Jul 24, 2012 @ 11:23

      Thanks, Enstine, for providing the voucher. Very cool!

  • Aime Jones Jul 17, 2013 @ 6:00

    Hi Deborah
    Thanks for this informative post !

    Retweeting will definitely help to gain a proper social exposure in the internet world.


    • deborah Nov 30, 2013 @ 18:19

      Yes, retweeting helps. And, EasyRetweet is still a good option, even under new ownership.

  • Patant Sep 11, 2014 @ 12:45

    Thanks for sharing Deborah. This seems like a great tool for small businesses that are just getting started on twitter. It seems like a good way to jump start your twitter following if you don’t already have a tribe.

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