I see lots of opinions on this, and looking for any more educated estimates. I've got 50 accts right now, and ramping up to 150. The whole point of them is to support one main acct, so they can retweet it and reach as many real targeted followers as possible. So, right now, they're just farming doing targeted retweets, spun tweets, and favorites while following 350-700 targeted users a day. Overall, the goal is to get as many real targeted followers as possible to view and retweet what the main acct puts out, so the balancing act is between pumping up the numbers, and making sure they are real, and that I'm not pissing off and losing the real followers. Don't care so much what the numbers say as how many real targeted folks I can get to interact. So... What sort of tweet/retweet/favorite frequency is ideal for getting and keeping as many REAL targeted followers as possible? Do I start just irritating those folks and losing them at some point? I should mention I'm taking a lot of time and steps to make sure I increase my followback rate... like realistic pics, banners, and bios, very relevant pinned tweets, etc.