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How to get more Twitter followers
Melinda Varley | March 28, 2012
If you’ve ever set up a Twitter profile for your brand and then excitedly followed hundreds of people willing them to follow you back only to be disappointed, Fame is for you.
We’re not suggesting you go out and get your self a hit record and then cover yourself in a dress of red meat – we’re talking about the new Twitter game Fame.
Fame is a Twitter game designed to get you more Twitter followers, and much like Fame itself, it works on luck.
How it works is, you sign up Fame via its website and then everyday a lucky winner is selected and everyone who has signed up so far will automatically follow the winner.
The next day a new winner is selected and the old winner is automatically unfollowed. These means the Fame only lasts for a day. But hey, its more than a mere 15 minutes and brands, frankly, can do a lot in a day.
The logic is that if people like what you have to say while they are forced into following you, they will follow on their own. Think of it as a ‘try before you buy’ type scenario for consumers…or Tweeters.
Yesterday the winner had 1300 followers. Yes it may be risky, but the site has aspirations of gaining enough followers for the winners as Lady Gaga, who has upwards of 21 million Twitter followers.
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