After reading this post by @dzianis - http://www.apexforum.com/threads/ranking-a-site-without-original-content.91/page-2#post-1009, I got really inspired to set up some IFTTT recipes. Now by all means, this is not huge or anything, but I just started testing this technique and I like the results. I can't help it but I just get really excited by automation. Everyone here knows IFTTT problably, but Tweetfavy might be new for some. But first let's discuss the IFTTT recipes I've set up. So far I've made 3 recipes: 1) When there is a new top post in a certain subreddit > Tweet 2) New post in the popular category from a big website in my niche > Tweet with photo 3) When a fairly popular account tweets something > RT. For 3) I looked for an account that only posts quality stuff and not too often. These 3 recipes give a nice mixed bag of tweets and when I look at my Twitter feed I would actually follow me. Them the second part is Tweetfavy. This tool made by two kids from my country (I don't know them personally or am affiliated btw) and it's a nice little web-based software that you can use to auto-like, auto-follow and auto-RT based on keywords. It's important that you take the time to investigate the right keywords to target. Just make a list of keywords in your niche that you think are interesting and type them into the Twitter search bar. My main thing is that I look at the intentions of the tweets. I want to target keywords that are used by real users, not companies that auto-share their content. Maybe it's a little early to post results because I've set up Tweetfavy only yesterday and my IFTTT recipes 5 days ago, but I'm just seeing this works and wanted to share with you. Every time I check Twitter I am seeing loads of new Twitter messages saying 'X Retweeted you' or 'Y likes your Tweet' and especially the number of 'Tweet displays' (the attached screenshot is in Dutch, but it's the 2nd column from the left) is pretty sweet. This whole thing definitely needs some more tweaking; I'll check in here later to show whether I've made some progress. One thing I need to work on is an attractive cover image with a good call-to-action. This should help with driving the profile visitors to my site, which is the main goal.