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There are many different ways to get Twitter followers, you can follow people and hope they follow back on Twitter, or you can give people an incentive to follow you on sites where you swap or buy followers.
You can use software, to automatically follow and un-follow people after a certain amount of time, and most importantly you can schedule tweets to send at certain times of day.
In this article, I will teach you what I know about the best way to do all of these different methods of finding followers on Twitter, hopefully it will help.
Following People on Twitter
This is probably the least effective and efficient way of getting Twitter followers, although many people swear that the followers you get are very targeted to your niche, if you follow the right people.
The aim is to only follow those people who are tweeting about what you are interested in, and hope that they return the favor, and follow you back.
This will not work in all cases, because if someone is tweeting about insurance, odds are they are an insurance salesman, and will not want to buy insurance from you.
In a case like this, this method is completely useless, or at least very time-consuming, and not worth the effort of doing.
Swapping Twitter Followers
In this method, you join a site like Twiends, or You Like Hits, and you follow people, like their Facebook pages, follow them on Digg, or StumbleUpon, watch their You Tube videos, or view their website to get points, and these points can be offered to people to follow you.
There are literally hundreds of these sites where you can swap social connections, and more and more people are waking up to the fact that this is the most beneficial way to get a ton of followers, (or likes, views etc), in a small amount of time.
The only problem with this method, is that a lot of these followers don't spend a lot of time looking at their dashboards, but I would say that at least half of them do, even if it's just glancing at it while they tweet their own stuff.
It's the sheer volume of followers you can get using this method that makes it work, but you have to schedule tweets on a site like Twaitter, or tweet all through the day to reach all of those people that might be interested.
Buying Twitter Followers
You can pay for seeds on those sites themselves, although that might cost you as much as five cents a follower. The best way is to look for people who are selling really cheap Twitter followers, for one cent or less per follower.
There are a lot of different ways you can find people to do this for you, as all they have to do is click a button on Twiends, and at that price, it pays about ten times more than a pay to click site.
It's the perfect job for someone in a poor country, or someone without a job, and when you consider how much time you would have to spend to get a thousand Twitter followers yourself, it makes a lot of sense to just buy 10,000 for a hundred bucks, or even less.
Those are some different ways to get Twitter followers, I personally like the option to buy them real cheap. Does it work? If you have have 100,000 Twitter followers, you could tweet a link about watching grass grow, and be guaranteed of getting at least one click.