Post by Savannah Marie of seocompanygo.com.
It’s never a good idea to buy your friends, and social media is no exception to this rule.
Nevertheless, it’s a common practice for businesses, brands and even celebrities to pay for Facebook likes, YouTube views, and Twitter followers in order to boost their prominence in the social media sphere.
If your followers come from Fiverr, put your hand up (as she slowly raises her hand in shame).
Although buying social proof is certainly an easy way to build buzz, there are more meaningful ways to bolster your brand without emptying your wallet.
Furthermore, the benefits of acquiring follows from your target audience far outweigh the benefits of thoughtless follows.
Below are six tips to growing your Twitter following sans Fiverr.