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Use Hashtags To Grow Twitter FollowersPosted 30th of August 2018 by Keri Jaehnig
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I am the Founder and CEO of Idea Girl Media, an international Social Media Marketing Agency that works with business brands & public figures. We design customized marketing campaigns, online asset strategies and do social media speaking & training. In 2021 I was named a Top 100 Marketing & Advertising Leader - a global honor. My work earned back-to-back top social media marketing campaign awards for state tourism and I am humbled to be a Small Business Influencer. I've also received commendation for Outstanding Attainment in Social Media from the Senate of the State of Ohio. You may have seen my professional insight featured at Social Media Today, Forbes, Business Insider and other top marketing blogs. Non-fat lattes, travel & quick wit make me smile, and I am always enthused to meet new people! Want to know how I got the nickname, Idea Girl?
By Joseph Bells on
2:10 AM The only reason my Twitter profile looks amazing is WizUgo. It started increasing my follower’s list in a few days. The results were steady and legit. The most important part is this tool is totally safe i.e., your Twitter account won’t get banned from it.
By Keri Jaehnig on
2:24 PM Joseph,
It is very easy to put together a terrific Twitter profile without using tools – free or paid.
Many times, the platforms claiming to help increase Twitter followers do so in controversial ways putting Twitter profiles at risk on the Twitter platform. I would not want my readers to be mislead. In turn, I recommend always researching ANY tool for reputation, abiding by terms of service, and delivering what is promised.
Further, just because a profile is not banned from Twitter now does not mean it won’t be in the future. Instagram just made changes to penalize accounts using tools for engagement and Twitter followers that it felt gamed the rules. Twitter could opt to do that at any moment.
I’ve not heard of WizUgo. That’s not to say it isn’t a good tool. However, I would hope future readers would consider the whole comment here as an example of being conscientious about their online presence.
Thank you for your comment,