Depends on the 1 million account you're buying retweets from. I've seen a lot of million follower pages on twitter and most of them are dead. I would suggest you watch the page you plan on buy retweets from and see how organic it is with its retweets and favorites in first hour or so.

Oh my God. I can't believe I just witnessed someone who actually knows what they're talking about give advice. I'm speechless.
 
It doesn't matter if the accounts are "fake"

All that matter is that the accounts have real followers in them so all your tweets are seen by real people.

Your tweets also get indexed at the top of twitter search for all of your keywords you are tweeting.
 
Do you have the cash to keep buying RTs? It's going to add up quick. And have you figured out a monetization plan after you hit your 100k mark?

you can just pay $97 a month and get instant retweets on every tweet you post. No need to buy expesnive bot retweets for each and every of your tweets!

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It's going to take a lot of purchased retweets to really grow. I'd focus on potentially making a few really good tweets, ones that could go viral and having them all retweet the same tweet. This can lead to exponentially higher exposure.
 
Purchased retweets are tough because the kind of accounts selling retweets are typically the kind of accounts that have a less organic and more bot populated followers list.
 
Have you determined as best possible that they are real accounts with real followers?
 
"Alex from Target" - 500k followers in 1 day. Basically - power of teenagers on Twitter . He tweeted "school :)" and was retweeted 3k times. Unbelievable!
 
I offer cheap rts to REAL followers on big accounts for cheap prices if ordering in bulk.

Compared to other big accounts, are prices are cheap and yet you see really good results.

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Purchased retweets are tough because the kind of accounts selling retweets are typically the kind of accounts that have a less organic and more bot populated followers list.

It all depends on where you find them. If you're buying from fiverr then yeah, you'll be retweeted to a bunch of bots. To circumvent this, just email big accounts in a similar niche about buying promos.
 
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