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Twitter Followers for UK Freebie Niche

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by imageek, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. imageek

    imageek Newbie

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    Whats an ideal way to get 100-300 twitter followers in the UK Freebie Niche?

    Does mass following work? For example, if I find a few Twitter accounts that are in the "Freebie" niche, follow all their followers, and wait for them to follow back?

    I understand that posting regular will increase retweets, which will increase natural followers. I also know that a nice cover image on the profile will increase it also.

    Is this the best way to go? I don't want to go down the route of bots, or fake followers. Would rather spend the time to make it legit.

    Any advice?
     
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    Yes, use the mass follow first method and just be sure to stay within Twitter's limits. You may need to add some fakes to give more room to follow at some point, but dont worry it is a necessary evil. Best of luck!
     
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    What is the limit if you don't mind me asking. I tested this today. I created an account in a niche, then I found an account in that niche and followed 100 of their friends. I got 38 people return the follow. Not a bad rate if I must say so for a quick test.

    How many people should I follow in 1 time? I'd probably code up a quick TampaMonkey script to follow for me automatically, but if it's anything like Facebook you get banned if you go to quick.