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How to get more Twitter followers Organically growing your followers on Twitter has become a bit more difficult over the years, but it’s still the easiest social media platform to market yourself or your brand. Why has it more difficult? Well, because during the early days of Twitter you could follow an unlimited amount of people and a certain percentage of those would follow you back (This strategy is called churning or churn). These days, Twitter now limits you to 400 follows per day and will temporarily stop you well before you hit the 400 daily cap.
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