How to Buy 50K Fake Twitter Followers

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Feb. 25 (Bloomberg) –- Silverback Social CEO Chris Dessi discusses the lessons he’s learned from buying fake twitter followers. He speaks to Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Followers.

Let's tell people what it is you did and why would anybody want to buy followers?

For people who do not know about twitter, what is the deal?

It was a mistake.

I twitter followers was a mistake.

You can buy the numbers you do not buy the engagement.

You do not buy the equity that comes along with that.

There was a moment in time where i was launching silverback social.

I was working with a client that had a book out and she wanted to investigate purchasing new followers and i was tempted.

I was backed against a wall and i said there is something to this.

Maybe the persona of more followers will help me get more speaking engagements and get more clients and i caved and i did it.

What does it cost customer a lot less than you think.

How much do you think it would cost?

A couple hundred dollars.

$350. they go away just as quickly.

They are fake.

You did not buy 50,000 genuine followers.

Of course not.

Everyone should understand that.

When you say you are buying followers it is just about that number that shows up next to your face on twitter.

It is all fluff.

There is no real engagement.

If you take a closer look you can decipher who has purchased followers and who has not.

You will see foreign accounts for us-based individuals and a lot of those of -- accounts with the eggheads on twitter.

There is no engagement whatsoever.

No replies, just the blown up bombastic followers.

I have to learn more about all this.

Chris dessi.

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