Questions About Buying Followers
Good providers won’t scam you by unfollowing you later, and they’ll have high-quality accounts that Twitter doesn’t identify as fake. Our recommended providers all offer retention guarantees, which means they replace any followers you lose. If you decide to go with a provider that’s not on our list, check that they have the same guarantee.
The second method, which we advise against, is following first. You give control of your account to a company, and then they follow users that fit your niche. You could do this yourself, but it’s obviously far less time-consuming to outsource it. Regardless, it has some drawbacks that make it a poor choice. It’s much slower, it requires you to hand over control of your account and it doesn’t improve your follower-to-following ratio at all.
If you opt for the follow-first method, then there is the risk of the company going rogue with your account. Twitter could also ban your account because you gave out your password.
Questions About Buying Retweets and Likes
A bad provider that retweets your tweet thousands of times in a matter of seconds will certainly create some red flags. Twitter may simply get rid of any retweets and likes that it deems to be spam, or it could even send you packing. The lesson here is don’t use bad providers.
Questions About Automatic Retweets and Likes
The way the retweets and likes look is the same, and they’ll come from the same type of accounts. If you choose a quality provider, you’ll get real or real-looking retweets and likes. If you choose a bad provider, you’ll get obviously fake retweets and likes, whether they’re automatic or not.
There are a couple things that make it blatantly obvious you’ve artificially inflated your numbers, though. Thousands of low-quality followers with eggs as profile pictures will stick out like a sore thumb, hence why you should stick to good providers.
You also don’t want to have huge numbers in one area, but low numbers elsewhere. For example, if you have 20,000 followers and never get any retweets, people can tell you bought those followers. That’s why we advise buying a mix of everything.
For retweets and likes, you can typically get 100 for $10 or less. If you want auto retweets and likes, there are plans available for under $40 per month.