If you’re a freebies hunter, do you know that you can stand a chance to win many prizes on twitter through twitter likes? There are many companies that advertise their products, especially new ones, on their twitter accounts. And they often give these products for free for those who are quick to grab them.
Campaigns where the company asks their followers to retweet or like a tweet in order to win something is very common and popular, especially among freebie and/or bargain hunter. Whether you have to retweet a tweet or get as many twitter likes as possible on that retweet, there are many things you can get through these twitter functions.
However, in your pursuit of trying to win something, be wary of your action because to your other followers, it might seem like you’re spamming their timeline. It’s a good idea to advise them beforehand that you’re going to be posting a lot of the same thing because you’re trying to win something. This way, your followers would understand and may even help you to win that prize!
There are few similarities between Instagram and twitter, but beneath their differences are secrets that work amazingly well in both social networks and could get you popular in weeks. As you probably know, instagram is the place to share all your glam photos. However, if used accordingly, a beautiful picture alongside your twitter post can get you 5 times more twitter likes than plain text would. It is a tried and proved way, but you just have to be careful not to clash your texts and pictures.
If you have many followers on instagram, you probably already know that quality trumps quantity any time. Bring that wisdom to twitter, and your posts will soon start to attract thousands of twitter likes and retweets. However, using up to ten hash tags may bring your more likes on instagram, but that may never work with twitter. In fact, the fewer the hash tags you use alongside your posts, the more likely you will attract many likes and engagement with your followers.
In a world where your popularity is pretty much gauged on how many followers you have on your social media profile, it’s hard not to be tempted to get free followers or likes whenever you could.
While there are some good things when it comes to getting free followers, most of the time it does more harm than good because getting followers this way would usually mean you’re getting followers from dummy account created solely for this purposes. There are no real people behind these accounts and it doesn’t add any value to your “popularity.”
If a person doesn’t know you, they might wonder why you’re so “popular” so they might follow you for a while. Unless you have something real to offer, then these new followers will found out that your account is boring and not worth following. If you’re just getting likes to make yourself feel and look good, then sooner or later, other people who follow your account will see it and leave. This would make you look bad if they tell others about what you did.