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Website Programmer for Twitter Program

This project was successfully completed by matchstickdev for $1000 USD in 30 days.

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$250 - $750 USD
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30 days
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OBJECTIVE: Followernow is a subscription-based website that allows Twitter users to increase followers by automatically following other accounts. Followernow users can use the features described below to control who they want to follow.

KEY FEATURES:

1. Keyword – Allows users to automatically follow accounts that tweet a keyword, or if the keyword is included in their profile. For example, follow all users with the keyword “music.”

2. By User – Allows users to automatically follow all the users who follow a specific account. For example, follow all followers of @milesdavis.

3. Auto Followback – Allows users to automatically followback.

4. Follow Time Limit – Unfollows users who don’t followback after a selected timeframe.

5. Show Non-Followers – Users who are not following back.

6. Show Fans – Users who you do not follow that are following you.

PROJECT TIMELINE

WEEK 1-2 Create Login Screen and Basic User Interface – Users should enter their Twitter Account, password, and e-mail address to register.

WEEK 3-4 Set up payment method – Paypal or other subscription-based payment method.

WEEK 5 Create Keyword feature

WEEK 6 Create By User feature

WEEK 7 Create Auto Followback feature

WEEK 8 Create Time Limit feature

WEEK 9 Show Non-Followers feature

WEEK 10 Show Fans feature

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