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Avoid Twitter Follower Limit

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Replay, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. Replay

    Replay Junior Member

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    I have been promoting a music artist and ive helped with boosting her social media.

    Ove the last few months I have been concentrating on her Twitter account and using several tools I have managed to gain around 300 - 600 followers a day. Now everyone knows that Twitter has a follow limit of 1000 a day but I noticed an anomaly that when I hit the limit I leave the account for four hours and it allows me to follow again!!

    Now go FIGURE
     
  2. heartofgold

    heartofgold Regular Member

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    I doubt it.
     
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  3. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    He said he got 300-600 followers, which means he probably followed considerably more.
     
  4. Replay

    Replay Junior Member

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    TWAT!!

    You go generate that many followers, Fool!!

    :)
     
  5. webwhizz

    webwhizz Power Member

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  6. GiftGuru

    GiftGuru Supreme Member

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    There are a few ways to get around the 1k follows per day
     
  7. Replay

    Replay Junior Member

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    Nice one, please do tell?