Twitter has made it pretty clear that you’re only allowed to follow so many people (2,000) before they cap you out. In order to increase the amount of people you can follow, you have to have relatively the same amount of people following you back. Pretty ingenious!
There are hundreds of strategies you can use to grow your Twitter followers, and even that many more tools. One strategy that should always be front and center is to produce great quality content that keeps people coming back for more. The second? Returning the love you get from folks with follow backs, favorites, replies, and retweets.
But it can be troublesome and time consuming to keep track of who you should follow back, who’s a spam account, who’s a troll, and who will never follow you. Continue reading