My latest ProgrammableWeb.com column is up, and it discusses the difference between follower quality and quantity. It’s time that the race for high follower count change into a desire for more engagement.
Twitter API Programming Tips, Tutorials, Source Code Libraries and Consulting by Adam Green
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