We’ve established the difference between a real follower and a fake follower. The real follower actually tweets and can engage in a conversation with you. The fake follower is just a statistic to give people the false impression that you’re popular.
Now it’s time to establish the difference between a real follower and a top-notch follower. The real followers are the ones who actually tweet and can engage in a conversation with you. Since there are plenty of real followers, plenty of your followers are going to have different interests. A blogger on Twitter isn’t going to get the attention of a follower who is only interested in fashion.
This is where the top-notch followers come into play. The top-notch followers are the cream of the crop. If you tweet about blogging, these followers are bloggers, they enjoy reading blog posts, and they have their own blog that they update regularly. The top-notch followers have a lot in common with you. They’re the top-notch followers because they are more likely to click on your links and share your content.
The best way to get the top-notch Twitter followers is with Twellow. Twellow breaks down Twitter users into plenty of different categories and subcategories. Twellow has its own category for blogging, plenty of subcategories for sports, plenty of subcategories for marketing, and so on. If you talk about sports, follow the people who talk about sports who are most likely to follow you back. Once the person follows you back, you got a top-notch follower.
Having followers is good, but it’s more important to have followers who know who you are.