in #socialmedia3 years ago

We know, we know, it can be increasingly challenging to build out your brand’s social engagement organically, but neither a competitive market nor a lack of awareness are good enough reasons to boost your brand the “easy” way.
Using bots to boost following is directly violating social networks’ terms of usage, meaning you’re jeopardising your account being shut down when found out.
But even more so, buying followers is relatively easy to spot and won’t do you any favours while building a long-term relationship with your community. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Ever noticed those accounts sporting 20k followers and only getting 150 likes per post on average? Checked their followers and found plenty of accounts claiming to be 15 year olds from obscure third-world nations? Yeah. Ding ding. 🔥
Do yourself a favour and go about growing your following organically 🌱 It’s a slow process, but a tremendously rewarding one in the long run. Follow us for tips on how to make this an efficient and productive effort, we’re right here with you 💪🏻💪🏽💪🏿


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