A few days ago I met with Anna and we talked about this
Those who tell you that the likees do not matter are people who will good (psychic), although I disagree at all. Both the likes and the number of followers we have on all social networks matter a hell of a lot. It matters because we are a species dependent on the need for appreciation, and this appreciation is now measured in the number of likees and friends. It’s a “reality” that we have to learn to manage, not to ignore.
As for the number of “followers” that we have, I’m only going to be on Instagram. At the moment there are over 570 thousand Instagram accounts in my country, of which over 270 thousand are active, according to my source. Instagram is continuously growing in terms of the number of users, and the platform has diversified its target in recent years and has not remained focused on the photo area only and easily applied photo filters.
However, it’s quite difficult to get noticed and collect as many followers as possible. We don’t have any patience, especially since we just made an Instagram account and we see how many millions of followers have people we’ve never heard of in our lives (yes, I don’t mean Eminem or I know what other celebrities from outside). So many take a shortcut and buy their followers to quickly escape the shame of having only a few trackers. The truth is that it’s slightly stressful and frustrating when you really have talent, you take some crazy pictures, and you barely managed to squeeze up any 3000 followers while the bank colleague has about 30 grand just because she’s taking some selfies. 🙂
A few years ago I installed such an app. I first met someone who had over 10 thousand followers, and I had about a 1000, and it was obvious that I was jealous of envy. The app asked me to create a list of hashtags (depending on the preference or type of content that I post), and then to automatically give 300 to the pictures that had those hashtags in the description. Basically, it simplifies my work of wasting hours every day doing this manually. Why 300? Because the limit was at 300 ugly per hour (now it’s 350) and it was about the only way that Instagram limit spamming.
It was clear to me that a lot of people were doing this, which means there was no way to grow up overnight with tens and hundreds of thousands of followers just from handbooks and manual reviews. And slowly, I slowly reached about 5000 followers in 2014, although I did not understand why the number of ugly was stored at an average of 50. I later realized that the app didn’t just bring me real, but also infernal, many fake, spam accounts. Spams that spammy me and my real followers.
Although this was a business that generates millions of euros for all platforms, at the end of 2014 the Great Schism of Instagramului took place. I mean the winter cleanliness came and most of the spam accounts were removed. Everyone was waiting to see what was going on with their accounts, I had friends who were already telling me how they were affected, and I was happy that my 5000 were unchanged. No, they weren’t, I was just in the line of cleanliness. One morning I woke up with 1800 followers from 5000. And that thing shocked me very much, especially because I was in a campaign and I declared that I had 5000, and now I’m 1800.
From that moment on, I made the decision to limit myself to posting fixed content that makes me happy and growing to leave it strictly organic and also I searched for
Another method would be that you can pay a thematic page (which has millions of followers) to give you a repost, and so you can increase your number of followers. At the first Experience
In conclusion, solutions exist, are everywhere, and I even saw a clip in a Russian supermarket with a jukebox where you could buy followers for Instagram, Twitter or Youtube.
However, I want to tell you that even a few thousand followers on Instagram I have come to have paid campaigns and walk through many places. That’s because it also matters socializing from offline and the projects you get to propose to the various partners. The numbers definitely count, but it’s not all about them.