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Let's talk Twitter campaigns, fellas.

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Jesse Livermore, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Jesse Livermore

    Jesse Livermore Newbie

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    So I've been on here for a few weeks. In that time I've bought a few domains and started a twiter network domain. It's been slow-moving but, hey, at least I am moving, and perhaps one day later this year I'll look down and see a network of followers in the 7 figures. Regardless, I have a few questions.

    First, I haven't yet delved into buying followers, real or fake. This is something I am considering mostly just to help my new accounts look credible and follow-worthy, so to speak.

    1.How much should I be paying per 1k followers? I assume "real" followers would be at a giant premium to fake, however, I wonder if buying real followers is even a possibility? If it is, I am definitely interested.

    2. How do these services actually go about getting us these followers? A lot of them promise 100k followers in 24 hours - How would they manage this without getting my account banned? What are the risks with this?

    3. People here talk about private proxies and such, why? I was under the impression Twitter allowed us to have more than 1 account with each email address? I mean, I have a different email addy with each one of my 8 accounts but I am wondering if I will have a problem later if I don't use proxies.

    One cool thing I do have is a remote connection in Europe. My parents live in the Mediterranean and I have access to that computer all day long through Teamviewer, and of course I have created accounts using that connection. I wonder what other cool stuff I can do with this...anyway.

    Any help with the above would be cool.
     
  2. acamso

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    I can't answer to specifically to each question. But based on my experience, proxies are a must. I believe I dedicated around one private proxy to 5 accounts back in the day for my autoblog network. Anyways, good luck!
     
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  3. Jesse Livermore

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    I plan on working 10-12 hours a day 6 days a week on this. 250+ hours a month as well as a little cash. I do not have a problem putting in up to $500/month into this, which I think is probably enough for Twitter, no? I'll buy every program out there if it is worth it but I will not buy something just to buy it obviously.

    Anyone in a similar position, or same boat, so to speak? I am doing this full-time and want to find people in the same position. To help by bouncing ideas off one another would be cool.
     
  4. Jesse Livermore

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    Appreciate the encouragement acamso. I really think Twitter is going to be bigger than Facebook one day.

    What about buying tweets on pay4tweets? There are some 1million+ following accounts selling space for ~$10 or so. Worth it, yes or no?
     
  5. Jesse Livermore

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    I'm thinking about spending some money on buying tweets on big accounts. I know Sponsored Tweets and MyLikes has both celeb and non-celeb million+following accounts that might help.

    How many followers can I expect to gain by buying a tweet or two on a 1mm account? In your guys' opinion, is this at all worth it, or would this money be better served being spent elsewhere? I mean, I'm already doing the follow method and while that is yielding me ok results, it is slow and I always have to deal with a suspension here and there.

    I want ways to advertise, blackhat or not. Any ideas? Let's just suppose money is not necessarily an object and I can afford to spend quite a bit.

    oh btw, if anyone happens to have a twitter account that they want to sell, or even partner up, I'm interested.
     
  6. twitter.followers

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    No one can tell you some exact amount of followers which you would get after purchasing tweets on an account with huge amount of followers since it depends on a lot of factors like what niche the account is in, what type of account it is, how the followers were gained and many more..

    And in order to answer your first question,

    1.How much should I be paying per 1k followers? I assume "real" followers would be at a giant premium to fake, however, I wonder if buying real followers is even a possibility? If it is, I am definitely interested.

    It actually depends on whom you purchase from. I provide twitter followers which retweet, favorite and comment on all your tweets which the user popular and look legit which is the reason why we stand out from others and our prices are a little expensive.
    You can find more details about the service here: http://www.twtviral.com

    Feel free to send me a PM if you have any more questions, I would love to answer them!
     
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    I can get you 1000 real followers that are human for $100. Let me know and we'll talk.
     
  8. Jesse Livermore

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    When you are manually following people, what kind of bios are you particularly looking for? I tend to skip the obvious ones like the "eggs" with no bio written. Further, I usually skip over the "Follow me, I'll follow you" people because I know that they will usually be following 1000+ which will be of no use to me later on. Normally, I'll look for an actual person with a written bio, not a business. Also, if I can I try to target women.

    Is any of this flawed? I feel it is but can't pinpoint what precisely.

    Also, how many are we usually following per hour? And are we waiting a few seconds in between clicks so as not to appear as a bot, or does twitter not care about that?
     
  9. Jesse Livermore

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    I'm currently in the process of picking some programs that'll help me automate everything. Brandon(YourFavWhiteGuy) told me that socialoomph is great for automating your tweets. And the pro version allows you to set up a drip feed, which is fantastic. So I am considering this. It's a monthly fee though, which is sort of a turn-off.

    Another one I am thinking about is tweedadder. It seems very useful but I'm still not quite sure.

    If you guys ha to pick one program you can't live without, which one would it be? Further, which program would be on your wish list?

    If any of you have quoting accounts or something and want to do some cross-shoutouts, let me know.
     
  10. social1

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    I sell guaranteed real followers every day through my retail site. The best way to get real followers is by adding a good amount of fake followers first, to allow more room to follow and then mass follow until you are stuck again, then do it all over again. I have been using this process with amazing success for over 1,500+ clients over the past year and gained hundreds of thousands of real, engaging followers in that time. PM me if you would like to discuss more.
     
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    When we buy "real" followers, like are offered earlier, are these people who follow a zillion others or are these normal twitter users? I'm thinking about buying for the first time and I just want to know what I'm getting. Are we able to target folks like mentioned earlier? say women and people under 30?
     
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    nbphuoc Regular Member Premium Member

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    Sorry to say this but, you can hardly buy real twitter followers that interested in your profile.
    To gain real followers you need more than a few bucks.
     
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    You can buy real followers that are interested in your page, and it does cost more than a few bucks. For a few bucks all you will get is fakes that will give you room to follow real people.
     
  14. YouFeelMeDawg?

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    If you seriously want 'Real' followers, none of that bullshit these fuckers be trying to sell you, then you need to be hooked to the fucking 'firehose' . Literally, you need to either use datasift.com or gnip.com and monitor keywords related to the niche you want.

    Basically what the firehose is in simpler terms, is all the raw tweets and messages that come from tweeter. This ain't no API(which is only 1% of all twitter) its actually like drinking from the waterfountain.

    Sure it is going to cost you , but thats as close as you can get to 'Real' Twitters.

    So the way you get them twitters is what I like to call "snipping fuckers". As soon as you get a tweet from someone that mentions your keyword, you get a bot to send him a tweet to offer him something, promote something, idk market him real time within a few secs of him/her tweeting.
     
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    Man you need to chill out. I sell 100% real followers every day, that are engaged and have chosen to follow my clients back. Why is it so hard for you to believe? I explained the method above and yet you still come on here with your curse word laden rant about some "firehose". If you are trying to help this guy out, just do so, without ripping other members of this forum.
     
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  16. Jesse Livermore

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    This is the kind of info I am looking for. I had never heard of the firehose before - Glad you posted this as I am thinking about investing in one of these sites. Wasting money on buying fake followers is good for only one thing really, and I am already moving past that stage. It's a slow process and one where most end up getting discouraged and up quitting. I've done a pretty good job of just putting my head down and just trudging through, all while dealing with multiple account suspensions as well as monotony and tedious task of following.

    One thing I am working on now is expanding my network. I often wonder if I am leaning too much on one niche, and if this will hurt me down the road.

    I am putting in 70+ hours a week and it is taken its toll. I think that tweetadder will really help me in this regard. It really looks like a good program, I hope I am not let down.