I'm talking here about tweeter. I'm new there, but I found strange that suddenly many people followed me while having no common interest, not even Hubpages as common. They have (almost all) no profile picture. How can this be? They are still joining like if someone is giving my tweeter as his somewhere. What can this be? A spam?
People will follow you on Twitter hoping you will follow them back. Some thrive from having a lot of followers. Plus, if you do add them back, then they hope you will view their Tweets... Most of these, those that you mention that share no same interests, are basically spammers. If you add them, they hope you will click on some of their Tweet links.
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