Would you rather have 25,000+ Twitter followers or 2,500 followers? I think I already know your answer. You’d want the higher following. But would you consider paying for part of the 25,000 followers or be curious (or care) if some were spam accounts?
According to a study by Social Selling University, “fake” followers, which basically are spam accounts with only one tweet or a few followers, are being bought. In return, this popularity contest leads “tweeters” to believe it will ramp up their image. The average price for buying $1,000 followers is $18.
Let’s face it, we are living in a day when social media applications are updating and changing faster than you can download them. I always seem to find myself looking for the next best tool to manage not only my personal social media accounts, but also my clients’. I’m constantly searching for that next thing that will streamline all news feeds better than the last so that I am not feverishly jumping from one site to another and account to account, trying to remember passwords and twitter handles. Continue reading
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