On 07/20/2014 at 2:47 EDT, I purchased 2000+ followers from a service provider on fiverr.com. Fiverr.com provides many services and products for just five dollars. At the time of my order there were 7 orders in the queue (I became the eighth), so I expected to wait for fulfillment.
My expectation was to receive 2000+ new followers within the next 24 hours. With delight, the results came faster, much much faster.
New Followers Fulfillment
Just before 3:00 p.m., I started with around 600 followers (see image below). At exactly 2:57, I received my receipt for my puchase of new followers.
|587 users, before purchase|
By 4:30 p.m., I had 3,153 followers (see image below).
|3,153 users, after service was completed|
So, I expected ~2,000 new followers as I purchased, but actually got over 2,500 new followers in just under 1 1/2 hours. Wahoo! Thank you Fiverr!
Ability to 'Follow over 2000 users' Enabled
Also, with this increase number in followers, I was able to exceed the 2,000 follower mark which now enabled me to follow over 2,000 users. So, right away, I was able to add another 1,000 users to follow. Note that I selectively chose verified users to follow as I knew these are 'real' people and I would have a higher probability of them following me back. Also, with verified users, many fans will chose to follow who they elect to follow or who are following them.... this would also increase my likelihood of getting additional followers.
Note that verified twitterers have a white check in a light blue circle next to their name.
Now I've read in other blogs that Twitter will eventually detect these 'fake' followers and peel them off, terminating their accounts... but in the interim, I will be able to follow more of the users I would like to and also increase my clout (and klout) at the same time.
The Final WinSo where is the win in this awkward ruse? Well, my phone keeps buzzing with indications of new users, that's a win! But on the other hand... the following count is already going down!?! It has dropped from over 3,150 to 3,139 in the short time it took me to write this blog post. Well, just keep an eye on the 3,150 benchmark... if it's over... it's working, if it's under, not so much.
As always, I hope you have found this blog post most useful,