Manage and Analyze Twitter Accounts through Custom Recipes

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I dig this although I hate it when marketers fake human interactions and compromise the authenticity of interacting with people on Twitter.
Simon Schmid
Simon SchmidHunter@s2imon · International @iubenda & more.
This could be thought of as Zapier for Twitter. They've posted 5 recipes to get started on their blog
Jack Smith
Jack SmithPro@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@hunterwalk looks like it could be interesting for you ;)
Eric Metelka
Eric Metelka@eric3000 · Product Manager, PowerReviews
@rrhoover Agreed. Authenticity is key. But this seems pretty harmless, minus the last recipe where is retweets based on hashtag. But things like unfollowing inactive users is useful and built into some platforms already (Sprout Social has this feature)
Bartolome R Bordallo
Bartolome R Bordallo@brbordallo · Co-Founder and CEO at Tractionboard
Hello, I'm Bartolome, with @davidrodriguezc we are Jooicer's founders. I want to thank you guys to post about us and clarify that, as @rrhoover said you could use the tool to fake human interactions, but that is only a way to use it, and not its purpose. For example, you could detect interesting topic or prospector for your business and interact with them directly. Or make a like in tweets where you are mentioned and keep track of them. We wanted to built the tool as customizable as possible, so each one can figure out how to use it. We will be glad to answer any question you have about it :)