What's the fun in using Twitter if you don't follow any one?
I have noticed on Twitter various users who have thousands of Followers, and who Tweet regularly, but they're not following anyone themself, or are maybe just following a couple of other uses. What's the enjoyment from this? Why wouldn't you want to follow others to view their Tweets?
These are usually celebrities. They are followed due to their high-quality tweets. They only reply to tweets sent to them if they are good enough and build a fan page this way.
by Audrevea 8 years ago
What's #ff? And how do the other # categories work?I feel like a kindie kid who's only allowed to use the big, fat, clunky 2B pencil b/c their dexterity isn't good enough to hld a pen yet, thrown into a first year uni tute.
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Is there anyone out there successfully using Twitter to make money?
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