All your followers are belong to us.

I just got a new follower. I won’t mention who. It doesn’t matter. It’s likely just a bot anyway. I now have 88 followers.

What on Earth is the business model built on randomly “following” random blogs? Seriously. How does that translate into enough coin to make it worth doing?

It’s pretty obvious to me that the followers are bots. Maybe a few real people because Pakistanis with smartphones are cheaper than bots. Of my 88 followers, I’m guessing about 6 are real people. And the jury is still out on Og.

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1 Response to All your followers are belong to us.

  1. Heresolong says:

    I was able to quit my job and I’m now making $156,345.87 a year by following random blogs. You can too. Follow me at “my blog here” to find out how.



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