Hello, well I've got an idea. There is an article in this forum how to make income from the Twitter. The topic is called "Constant income from Twitter (VERY EASY)" and link of it is: Code: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/making-money/95687-constant-income-twitter-very-easy.html Basically, the more followers you've got, the more money you can make. So there's my idea how to make some extra followers. Since we're doing it according the article, we should have ~10 Twitter accounts. So, let's say, I've got 10 Twitter accounts, and some other member, let's name it Joe, has 10 Twitter accounts too. Now, what's if I'll follow all of the Joe's accounts with every single of my account? Joe gets 100 new followers (10 new per account). Then, Joe does same thing: follows all of my accounts with every account he's got, so I get 100 extra followers too. What if there one more member, called Jack? He follows all of mine users, and all of Joe's while me and Joe follow all of Jack accounts. Now we've all got extra 200 followers. And so on, the more users to participate, the more extra followers we can get. I've written a little application in Python. In one file you past your accounts and passwords (accountassword) while in other one you paste list of users to follow. Haven't tested it a lot, so it might be buggy. Anyhow, it simplifies the work needed to be done, cuz following 100 users by hand might take a time. So what do you think about this idea? Everyone might share the list of users they want everybody to follow on this topic, in PM or some other way. I don't know which way would be the best and the most trustful/secure. One more thing. Is there any way to get banned on Twitter by doing that? IMO, no way. We're not doing anything illegal in Twitter (despite the fact of having 10 accounts over the same IP, I guess). What's your opinion? There shouldn't be a problem with RevTwt too, I think. So, if there would be someone who's interested in that, I would share the software and we could share the lists of the accounts to follow, I guess. P.S. If this topic is against some rules of the forum (I don't know what it might be) or there's something wrong about it, moderators feel free to move/delete it. P.S.2. Sorry if there were any mistakes. I'm not from USA.