I know a few people who have experimented with automated sharing services, and I am often not a fan of them. I understand why people would band together in hopes of amplifying their reach, and I understand that it is possible to have enough faith and trust in others that you don’t end up auto-endorsing something you wish you didn’t.
GaggleAmp is a tool that’s seen an increase in use and exposure, and the idea is that users sign into a dashboard and are presented with suggested messages they can quickly auto-tweet or auto-post to various networks. If you love Hibbett’s Sporting Goods, and you are evangelistic about them, you might sign up for a Hibbett’s Gaggle and share out the things Hibbett’s sends your way.
However, what if you end up amplifying a message that’s no longer important or relevant.