Tuesday, November 24, 2009

How to get Google Wave Invites in 10 minutes using twitter?

8 Steps to get Google wave invitation in 10 minutes

Note: This is a proven technique and I got the Google wave invitation within 10 minutes following the below steps.

Do you badly need Google wave invite and getting none, even after asking/requesting a lots of people?

Do you know? On one side, there are lots of people who need the Google wave invites and don't find any. On the other side, there are people who have invites and don't have a clue on what to do with them.

How to solve this imbalance?

While eating dinner today, I was speaking to my brother and realized we needed Google Wave immediately for testing some firefox extensions. After dinner, I typed a few emails and in the next 10 minutes, I had a Google wave invitation waiting in my inbox.

Do you want to know how?

Simple step to get Google wave invite:

Go to http://twitter.com/#search?q=google%20wave and find the tweets that offers Google wave invites. Send an email requesting for an invite.

Detailed steps to get Google wave invite:
  1. Visit http://twitter.com/#search?q=google%20wave which is the real time search results of the trending topic "Google Wave".
  2. Click on at least 10 tweets that offers Google wave invites (Tweets like "I have 5 google wave invites left. want one?" or "I just got my google wave. I dont know what to do now" or something similar to this).
  3. Click on the twitter user name and go their twitter page.
  4. Find out their email address send an email to them requesting for Google wave invite.
  5. To find the email address, Check out their back ground image for any mention of email address.
  6. If not available there, Look for the email address from the user's website (that is published below the user's Name.) or reach for the "contact me" link to request for an invite.
  7. Send an email requesting for the invite.
  8. Some twitter profiles do not update their email or their website. So, you can just "reply" them for an invite.

Things to keep in mind until you get a reply:

Twitter updates are very frequent and tweets with Google wave invites come in the range of at least 20 per minute. Tweets with invites get exhausted quickly. So, don't give up after sending just 1 or 2 requests. Chances are high that you get response in the first 10 minutes.

Getting a fast response depends upon who sends the invite.

In comments, let me know your success, suggestions.


Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Unknown said...

Well Thank You very much!. I should certainly hope so.

I wish i had known who the commenter was :(

I will certainly try to be more original and thus creative :)

Unknown said...

And, I kinda co-wrote this article with my brother. May be that added an effect to this article?!?