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   Stop Making Stupid People Famous!    

 Celebrity Profile:
@ Following 9,900  Followers 1.6million

 

Comment:) "@MisterSalesman can you make this guy   follow me, please I need your help."

My response:) Geez, he's a celebrity. Why make stupid people famous? Unfollow their asses!

Commenter:) "hahaha  I'm so sad because  I tweeted him 55 times for a  follow back but he didn't."

My response:) "If you want him to follow you then build a Twitter platform of a million followers.  Then the Walking Dead man will follow you." lol!

The above profile 1.6 million followers and 9900 following makes me sick to my stomach just looking at those numbers. When people don't follow back, it's a trick! They're tricking you!!!!  Did I make that clear?  Some users are already famous who don't follow back, while others you're making famous. They follow, then turn around & unfollow to avoid the Twitter limits; it allows them to follow more people and causes you to follow less.  That's the reason why a majority of people are stuck at 1000 followers. 

Have you ever received tweets that said:

"Thank you for the follow; I will follow back soon?" Or "I can't follow back right now; the message said I've reached my Twitter limit."

Well, the users have been suspended from following more people until the follower count catches up to the number of people they're following.   They've hit the Twitter limits.

So the rule you  must learn is simple:

Never follow people who don't follow you.

    

There are no exceptions!  That is if you want to grow your Twitter account effectively.
      

My Message) "Why follow people who don't follow you?  Stop making stupid people famous!" 

I often receive some interesting comments:

Comment:) "@MisterSalesman Take the time to see what ya think about them before you unfollow! "

My response:) "You think?"

Commenter:) "Can't hurt, may learn from them, tweet them & they follow!"

My response:) "But oh, my dear, it could hurt much more than you know."

A quick glance at her profile revealed she was on her way to being stuck under 1000 followers.  Following 954 and Followers 451.  The Twitter rule kicks in after you hit 2000 followers or following count if there's a 10% or 200-point difference.  

In my search to find a way to identify the unfollowers, I discovered a free app Crowdfireapp.com. It  gave me the option to unfollow them one person at a time.

I found 3000 Non-Followers who unfollowed or never followed back. I had  been carrying them in my following count for several months.

Got this email:) "I disagree with your unfollow strategy. I don't unfollow because I'm a collector of people and I will unite with them when the time is right. I have 2000 following and 615 followers."
  

My response:) "Well, with all due respect, you are at the Twitter limit (2000) and unable to follow anyone.    When you join Twitter, you can follow a maximum of 2000 users before you hit the wall. Once you hit 2000 followers, you can't follow any more than 10% of that count. The reverse is also true. If your following count hits 2000, your account will be suspended until you get your following count below the limit. Or wait until your followers catch  up to 2200.(It could take a while)."

Warning:  Twitter Rules on Spamming: If you follow and unfollow large amounts of users in a short period of time, (aggressive following or unfollowing could be considered spam). Repeatedly following and unfollowing people, whether to build followers or to garner more attention for your profile also falls within the definition of "spamming."

Now Twitter rules don't specify what is considered to be a large number of people. So you should gradually follow and unfollow and  keeping the ratio as close as possible to the 1:1 follow to follower count; not exceeding the 10% of followers Twitter limit.   

So as we close this chapter, I hope you  will not take for granted what I've tried   so diligently for you to see. You must unfollow Non-Followers and stop making them famous!

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