I have about 1 month since I strated using twitter actively and the result
I went from 89 follower to 2394 followers and growing
the account id is: omarabid
I thought about writing my strategy to increase followers in short time, so I want your ideas.
- Is it worth saying for other people
- Is what I have done in 30 days really an achievement or anyone can do it simply
- What are the best keywords or title I should choose
Thanks for your ideas and time giving
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