My thoughts are ever since I implemented my systems with sources that follow this strategy the least of my client accounts gets 80+ followers a day. If you’re looking for a consistent 100+ followers a day across any of your accounts, follow this method. Pick 15 sources and you’re golden.
This might work if you’re in a broad themed niche, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that the person’s followers have the same interests as yours.
For example, I can like cars and follow a bunch of car accounts, but don’t post photos of cars because I don’t have access to them, and I’m not a reposting account. But, let’s say even if I did post some car photos, it doesn’t mean the followers of my followers like cars necessarily. Maybe it does, maybe it doesn’t… but for generic things like babes or memes, I’m sure it would work out better than very specific things.
Hi @xxdaberserkerrx i want to give the method a try, can you please tell me how to quickly see which of my followers are influencers (defined by follower ammount) without having to click through each follower? What kind of tool do you use? Or just use a homemade scraper?