New York, NY, March 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Firstly developed in 2010, Raven Poster quickly became one of the most wanted automated Twitter marketing solutions among home-based webmasters and well-known enterprises around the world. "Today, when competition is so extreme, everybody knows that getting social is vital, but we believe it's only half a battle. You must do it smarter than everyone else to win," Mindaugas Lipskas (the CEO & founder of AdSenseBoy Software) said after revealing the new product.
"Having thousands of professional webmasters and big companies in our clients list, we constantly receive a great deal of comments, suggestions, and innovative ideas on how to simplify our solutions and make them more powerful at the same time, which means Raven Poster 2 users will always be at least one step ahead of their competitors," he proudly promised during new version presentation.
Since all the previous versions of their Twitter marketing software had the way more features than any marketing professional could ever expect, the new release is mainly focused on significantly improving overall performance, bringing even more automation, and making the tool as intelligent as a real human-being. For example, the software can be configured to automatically perform various tasks (look for targeted audience, post public Tweets, send private mentions, follow new people, update user profiles, make important decisions based on many factors) in the background for days, weeks, or months without disturbing the user.
The company seems to be so confident about the effectiveness of its product that new marketing campaign was launched right after introducing the updated product; now everyone can test Raven Poster risk-free for 60 days and get a full refund if his traffic is not increased by at least 200% during this time interval. Moreover, the CEO happily promised to keep the license fully active after refund, what should make everyone wonder – "is their software is actually as good as they say?" Now it's the best time to find this out...