We understand. Getting thousands of followers on Twitter in a matter of weeks feels really good. You feel popular. If this is your business account, maybe your boss is really happy and thinks you are doing a great job.
But don’t do it.
No, really. Don’t.
“Get Twitter Followers Fast!” is a Losing Proposition, Why?
Sure, we all want our message to get out – to as many people and as fast as possible. So, how could a shortcut to that aim be a bad thing?
Schemes to get Twitter followers fast range from the clear rule breakers (buying followers) to the “just barely within the rules” of sites where you exchange follows or pay for “seeds” to promote your handle to more viewers. In fact, last year, Twitter took some pretty big name tool providers (TweetAdder and more) to court. In TweetAdder’s case, they changed their program to disable auto follows and follow-back, auto @mention,s and auto ReTweets and they now comply with the rules.
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