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Many people think there’s nothing wrong with buying fake followers. But there are more than a few good reasons why buying a bunch of fake followers is the wrong move for your brand in the long run.
- It will damage your brand’s credibility and your professional credibility.
- Twitter says they monitor inactive or suspicious accounts and eliminate them after 3 or 4 months.
By Isra Garcia on January 21st, 2013 | 366284 comments on this postShould+you+be+sweating+your+%22fake%22+follower+rating%3F2013-01-21+13%3A37%3A32Guest+Bloggerhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2F%3Fp%3D36628
Recently, I received a list that included the “Top Fake Artists” who had bought followers on Twitter. It included many widely known electronic music DJs, with their stage names and Twitter accounts.
Wait a minute! This is a very serious issue. You’re making information that could be very damaging, public. Is this damage really necessary? When you’re prepared to make such a claim, you’d better be 100% sure of what you’re saying and make sure that your source is reliable enough to put your credibility, name and reputation at stake.[…] Continue Reading »