How Many Twitter Followers Should I Buy?

How Many Twitter Followers Should I Buy?

Nov 20, 2014 Posted by :   Jerry Kolman No Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — Many people who are interested in buying Twitter followers often find asking themselves, how many Twitter followers should I purchase? The answer is, it depends. Let me explain.

Everyone’s marketing goal on Twitter is different. Whether you have a local restaurant, business or company, your goal will vary. If you have a big named company, then you will need as much as you can. If you are looking to market a local restaurant, you will only need local or national advertising which will be less followers.

For entertainers or video creators, its best to get as much Twitter followers as possible. You will need to get as much as possible to ensure maximum exposure of your content. The followers will also need to be high-quality and need to give back some very good results. Musicians and actors are the hardest to gain a natural following without a boost, but its still possible and with a good marketing plan, you can do it.

For local businesses or brands that don’t need a global push, 5,000 to 50,000 followers is good for a jumpstart. With this you will need to push your marketing plan to the max to get the full results you need to convert the exposure to revenue.

On the other hand, for big named brands or companies, you will need as much as possible. 50,000-250,000 followers is a good starting point. Of course, it all depends on the goals of the business owner and what you have in mind. The maximum exposure should always be what you should seek — when initiating your marketing plan.

Entertainers have a different goal, their goals are to gain the most fans as possible. Musicians are taught to be dominate over their competition and to gain the most following. Getting as much followers as possible is crucial but should be done responsibly. High quality REAL followers is important not just for musicians, but also for ANYONE who’s interested in purchasing Twitter followers.

Jerry Kolman administrator

Rantic Executive

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