I was an early adopter of Twitter, and yet, I’d failed to build a strong following. This was my fault, of course, since I was aware of the growing importance of the Twitter channel for social network engagement.
In fact, some of the people I’d helped to get started in Twitter were already miles ahead of me in building a strong following.
So, yeah, I was starting to feel like I needed to catch up. Fast.
I’d read a few interesting blog posts about purchasing Twitter followers, but I dismissed the concept. I mean, how good could these followers be, if they were willing to be bought and sold?
I was determined to build my followers the old fashion way: earn them. And then… Continue reading