Browserweb Inc., a Digital Media Company, is the owner and developer of TwitterCart. When you purchase TwitterCart, you are redirected to the domain https://browserweb.org/account/ which is the billing and “My Account” area for new and existing customers.
At Browserweb.Org, you’ll have access to your account, billing, downloads, licensing information and much more. It’s a comprehensive account management platform to ensure you receive the best possible service at all times.
Full documentation for TwitterCart is detailed on our “Knowledgebase”. You can access it via your account while logged in, but it is also open to the public, a direct link to the “Knowledgebase for TwitterCart can be found HERE.
Once you purchase and install TwitterCart, all your products from Woocommerce are added duplicated in TwitterCart on a page called Products in your WordPress Admin. You will also see the Options Page, which is the most important page to setup. It’s how you can post your store products to Twitter using TwitterCart and Twitter’s API. Detailed steps and instructions are provided.
In the Products page, you will see two columns at the right which are called “Status” and “Actions” which allows you a quick overview of what products you’ve posted to Twitter and a quicklink to Post any of your Product(s) to your Twitter account. You can then instantly select a product to tweet, with or without an image and your promo #hashtag, create your tweet and post from within WordPress admin right to Twitter.
After you write and post your tweet, customers reply with your #hashtag and that product is automatically added to the customer’s shopping basket or wishlist.
For non-customers that reply to your product tweets using your hashtag, they will be sent an auto-responder email explaining that they need to signup on your website as a customer and so this also creates new visitors and new customers and new sales.
We’ve enabled analytics and widgets that allow you to easily see who is tweeting about your product promotions so that you can see how successful each tweet has been.
A password will be e-mailed to you.