Twitter Growth (to the max)

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Did know that 82% of Twitter users have less than 350 people following them?

That’s nothing.

Unless you’re super-engaged with your community there, it won’t benefit you (from a marketing perspective) in any way.

Back in 2015 I started a growth plan on Twitter, I had 30 followers when I started it, and the first time I blogged about what I was doing I had 600 followers.

It’s now been just over three years in the plan, and the result is…

15.4k thousand followers and I follow 986 in return.

That’s a very good ratio, which is something Twitter likes.

So in result… I think we can say it worked 🙂

Want to know what I did?

Here’s the blog post in 2015 outlining it all.



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