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  • How to Keep your Followers

    Posted on September 13th, 2009 brenna 2 comments

    Losing followers? Are you tired of logging in to twitter and finding out that you lost followers AGAIN? Don’t you hate staying up late just to watch your follower count go up and then in the morning you’re devastated to see that its gone down again? Or how about asking people to shout your username so that you can get some more followers and when you do you lose followers instead?

    In Twitter, one of the best features is having followers. Followers are kind of like friends. These people read your tweets, think you’re interesting enough and start following you. Although it sounds a little creepy (followers? What is this? Some kind of Satanic group? No offense @Satan, lmao), it’s how Twitter goes. Having followers means there’ll be people to read your tweets, people to talk to and people you may learn things from. You’ll be able to have friends through your followers and you can meet people through your followers. These followers make you somewhat famous and I’m guessing that there are many people who’d like more followers and follow less because it makes them feel important. I’m not going to be a hypocrite, I’d like that as well, but of course, I’m not famous nor am I a celebrity, so like all others, I gotta work for my followers as well.

    So how do you keep your followers? How do you keep them interested and following? How do you keep them from unfollowing you? No, no magic or any type of bots should be used, instead, there are 5 ways to keep them on your leash (sorry). I’m sure there are many more ways to keep followers but these 5 are based on own experience (thanks to all my followers, you rock, guys!)

    1. Follow back.

    First of all, you gotta get it into your head. You’re not a celebrity. You’re a low life- piece of scum – okay, I’m kidding, but you’re not a celebrity. Boo hoo. No matter how much that hurts, you gotta accept it! Maybe in the next lifetime… or maybe not. Maybe in your dreams. Maybe when Santa Claus comes bearing. But whenever it may be – it’s not right now. Or if it was, you wouldn’t be reading this. Anyway, enough of the sarcasm, didn’t mean to ruin your ego or burst your bubble and wake you from your dream. The best way to keep your followers is to follow back. Of course, why would anyone unfollow you if you’re following them back? Unless, they’re pathetic losers who follow and then unfollow until their profile looks like that of a celebrity (sorry, was I mean? Aww). Still, why would you unfollow when someone is following you? Who knows maybe when you unfollow and that person finds out, they’ll unfollow too. You lose a follower, they lose a follower, you’re both losers! Does that make sense? Whatever. This is the best way to keep followers.

    2. Socialize

    Yes, unfortunately, because you’re not a celebrity (hello, can I emphasize it anymore?), you’re not going to get any followers by not tweeting and not socializing. You have to get out there, talk to people, get to know them and learn more about them. Isn’t that why you joined Twitter in the first place? To get to know people? (Oh, don’t tell me it was to sell things! Or to tell everyone to look at your horny profile!). Anyway, you gotta know people, you gotta talk to them and you have to socialize because when people get to know you, they may rethink to unfollow you. Right? Right? Well, I guess that depends how nice you are. Or how bitchy. Or how cool. Or whatever.

    3. Be Interesting

    Socializing doesn’t really mean you’re interesting. You can socialize but you really have to be interesting. Interesting – some point of your tweets must be worth retweeting, whether it be quotes, your random rants, or whatever, it must be interesting. Seriously? Don’t keep tweeting about getting more followers, please, please, do not plead. It gets on everyone’s nerves. Right? Right? Well, it gets on my nerves. So please, do not keep 3 pages of your twitter’s profile about getting more followers. I’m not saying it’s bad to ask people to follow you. Neither am I saying that asking people for shoutouts and begging for help is wrong. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t ask people to follow back and get people to mention your name. Just don’t do it all the time. You will have followers. If you’re interesting enough. Tweet about everything and anything (stop offering horny profiles, social marketing bull and what not! Please, please!) Tweet interesting quotes, movie reviews, blog stuff, retweet quotes and whatsoever. Make your twitter something to look at and be interesting. If you’re interesting enough people will keep following and will rethink unfollowing.

    4. Tweet

    You won’t get followers if you don’t tweet! Duh? First class knowledge. You don’t have to tweet 50 times a day (okay, maybe you do. Just kidding), tweet at least 5 times a day. It’s not that hard. If it was, you wouldn’t even be on twitter. You shouldn’t even have signed up. Some people don’t like twitters that don’t have enough tweets. So if you don’t have tweets, people rethink following you and wouldn’t rethink unfollowing you.

    5. Make sure none of your followers are spammers

    Ahh. Xewhetijg, khgvei, bjveej, whore Shelly Ryan and the people offering whatsoever. Delete them ASAP. So you know the right amount of your followers and you won’t have to wonder why people unfollowed you. Most of the time, they don’t. Most of the time, it’s just Twitter clearance day! My favorite day. The day you know how many followers you really have and how many followers you have that are spam. Check your followers from time to time, especially after Follow Friday.

    So that’s it. That’s how you keep your followers. What? That’s it, that’s all there is, what more do you want? A shoutout? You’re kidding right?
    Just kidding. Follow me, guys.

    Biyachessa

    Go on, what are you waiting for? Follow me!

  • How to Spot a Fake Celebrity Twitter

    Posted on September 12th, 2009 brenna 1 comment

    Twitter is so hot these days that even celebrities have come to be addicted to it. Still, the fact that many people would like to be “famous” and have many followers and even maybe try to get the contact numbers and personal information of celebrities, there are some low-life, pathetic, sad people imposing on celebrities which is illegal and extremely pathetic. Sorry.

    Although the question “Why in the world would any celebrity make two accounts? Or a ‘personal’ account?” is quite the big thing, its still every fake accounts’ best alibi. Geez, what’s the other account for? Business? Selling stuff? Revealing secrets? And what’s the “personal account” for? Talking self?

    Twitter is a form of media. Nothing is personal for celebrities on a social networking website like Twitter. In fact, nothing is personal on the internet.

    How stupid is a “personal account” aside from the one they already use? Oops. Did I just burst your bubble, imposters? Truly, truly, truly not sorry.
    But really, think about it. If you were a celebrity, what in the world would make you create two accounts? Geez, won’t the people you’ll be talking to in one the same people you’ll be talking to in the other? What’s the point? Hello?

    On with the point. Since there are so many accounts claiming to be the personal twitter account, who knows, maybe one of them is real (but I truly doubt it).

    So, with the many imposters in Twitter, how do you know which account is real, which account is telling the truth and which ones are liars and pathetic losers?
    Here are 5 tips that can help you know which accounts are telling the truth and which are not.

    1. Verified

    First of all, look for the “Verified” sign above the profile of the celebrity. This is first and foremost the best way to know if a celebrity account is real. This means that Twitter has already sufficient evidence to assure that the account is held by and operated by the celebrity themselves.

    2. Refer to Verifiable Sources

    @TruthTweet, @TweetFakes, @sizzlemaker, @CertifiedCelebs

    These are just some certifiable twitterers that can help you verify if the twitters for some celebrity accounts are real. Tweet them and ask if the celeb accounts are real or not. @TweetFakes follows only real celebs so if you want to look for celebrities, you can check out their following list. @sizzlemaker specializes in teen drama so if you’re interested in knowing celebrities from shows, you can ask her.

    3. Celebrity Ask

    I know that sounds weird, but this is one of the best ways to find out if a twitter account is real. You can ask celebrities or castmates if their known friends or cast owns twitter. For sure, if the celebrity is on twitter, they wouldn’t want to keep quiet about it (duh, why join twitter?). This is one of the rarely used methods because hello, why would the celebrity reply to you? Okay, maybe sometimes they do, but they can’t reply to every single hundred tweet asking them about their friends’ twitter accounts.

    Another thought is that, if you come across a twitter account saying that they’re the second account (or more commonly the “personal account”) of another verified celeb twitter, before you believe that, all confirmation must come from the verified twitter account itself. I can write on my profile that I’m the second account of @ddlovato and it wouldn’t mean anything. I can tell people that I’m a personal account Demi Lovato and it still wouldn’t mean anything. So if you find an account saying that they’re “Miley Cyrus” with a personal account and their other account is @mileycyrus, don’t be quick to fall for it. If the confirmation doesn’t come from the verified account, then surely, it’s a fake.

    4. Check out the Followers

    Well, because the real celebrity would probably have contact numbers of other real celebrities, then it’s really easy to pick up the phone, call and ask for their real twitter accounts (duh, it’s just a phone call, few muscle use, don’t be lazy!). If they are real, they probably wouldn’t be following fake accounts. Now, I’m not saying that they can’t make mistakes (@TomFelton, you’re following someone fake!), they are people who can make mistakes after all, but if they’re following too many fakes (and unrealistic, stupid names, seriously @officialdemiii,@taybearx13, @_ddlovatoo_, @therealddl1992, @1ddlovato9 – seriously, how many demi lovatos, taylor swifts, selena gomezs, miley cyruss are there?) and even talking to them, then for sure they’re fake too.

    Another thing, when you’re checking out the following list, sure enough seeing a list full of multiple different Demi Lovatos, Miley Cyruss, Annalynne McCords, Jessica Stroups, Chace Crawfords, Selena Gomezs, Blake Livelys, Taylor Lautners, would make some part of your brain should be clicking and telling you it’s a fake. Hello? Duh, common sense. What, they eenie-meenie-miney-moe which to tweet for the day?

    Think about it, if you’re a celebrity, wouldn’t you want your name simple and clean? @IMKristenBell, @mileycyrus, @ddlovato, @selenagomez, @nicholasbraun, @biyachessa (naw, just kidding, lmao)
    Easy to remember, shows you who you are. Simple, easy. Why add so many numbers, letters to your name? Although there are usernames known to be verified with numbers, too many and too much means fake.

    5. Check out the Tweets

    Seriously. Check out the tweets before you follow and believe. Surely, these celebrities know how to spell, know a bit more on grammar and should at least make sense while tweeting. I know, I know not every single celebrity is as smart as Hermoine Granger or me (just kidding again), but sure enough, you should be able to tell if the tweets of one celebrity is full of bull (ehem @mileycyruus__, @ddlovatoxx2, @SelenaGFoSho).

    These are just a few pointers in telling which accounts are fake. At least these are my pointers. But they sure help me out.

    Anyways, if you have doubts, need help, Superwoman’s always there (okay, maybe just me @biyachessa).

    Follow me guys!

    Aw, come on. I mean it. Follow @biyachessa

  • Celebrities Not on Twitter

    Posted on September 12th, 2009 brenna 2 comments

    Here’s a list of celebrities who DO NOT HAVE twitters:


    Zac Efron
    Vanessa Hudgens
    Jessica Stroup
    Robert Pattinson
    Kristen Stewart
    Taylor Lautner
    Chace Crawford
    Daniel Radcliffe
    Rupert Grint
    Jackson Rathbone
    Elizabeth Reaser
    Dakota Fanning
    Nikki Reed
    Bethany Joy Galleoti
    Shailene Woodley
    Darren Kagasoff
    Francia Raisa
    Alyson Stoner
    Penn Badgley
    Blake Lively
    Taylor Momsen
    Shenae Grimes
    Ed Westwick
    Jessica Szohr
    Jensen Ackles
    Jared Padalecki
    Stephen Colleti
    Ben McKenzie
    Chad Michael Murray

    ALL ACCOUNTS YOU SEE BY THESE CELEBRITIES ARE FAKE AND NOT REAL. PLEASE REPORT AS SOON AS YOU CAN TO @CAROLINE AND @SPAM


    Follow me on Twitter: Biyachessa

    Also follow my sources on Twitter:
    TweetFakes
    TruthTweet
    Shari Weiss

    This post is based on a long time research and reliable sources. Please do understand I do make mistakes as well, but I can assure you, most of these celebrities have confirmed that they do not own Twitters through interviews, castmates, productions and etc. Some may have not been confirmed but they have been showing signs that they are not REAL.
    If you do find yourself stumbling on celebs listed here that have verified Twitters please DM me, or @reply me on Twitter so I can add them to the list.
    If you have any request for stars on a specific show, DM me or @reply me on Twitter as well.

  • Other Real and Verified Celebrities and Media on Twitter

    Posted on September 12th, 2009 brenna 2 comments

    Media
    @PerezHilton – Perez Hilton
    @ryanseacrest – Ryan Seacrest
    @chelsealately – Chelsea
    @tyrabanks – Tyra Banks
    @davidspade – David Spade
    @davidblaine – David Blaine
    @MarioLopezExtra – Mario Lopez
    @alexa_chung – Alexa Chung

    Reality Stars
    @nicolerichie – Nicole Richie
    @ParisHilton – Paris Hilton
    @spencerpratt – Spencer Pratt
    @heidimontag – Heidi Montag
    @holly_montag – Holly Montag
    @KimKardashian – Kim Kardashian
    @KourtneyKardash – Kourtney Kardashian
    @KhloeKardashian – Khloe Kardashian
    @LaurenConrad – Lauren Conrad
    @stephaniepratt – Stephanie Pratt
    @OfficialAudrina – Audrina Patridge

    Other Stars
    @sevinnyne6126 – Lindsey Lohan
    @HaylieK – Haylie Duff
    @tomhanks – Tom Hanks
    @WilliamShatner – William Shatner
    @Alyssa_Milano – Alyssa Milano
    @ElizaPatricia – Eliza Dushku
    @channingtatum – Channing Tatum
    @jennaldewan – Jenna Dewan Tatum
    @emmyrossum – Emmy Rossum
    @busyphilipps25 Busy Philipps
    @alilohan – Ali Lohan
    @BrodyJenner – Brody Jenner
    @Denise_Richards – Denise Richards
    @adamsandler – Adam Sandler


    Follow me on Twitter: Biyachessa

    Also follow my sources on Twitter:
    TweetFakes
    TruthTweet
    Shari Weiss

    This post is based on a long time research and reliable sources. Please do understand I do make mistakes as well, but I can assure you, most of these accounts are already verified or if not yet, have been showing signs of real possession by the celebrity themselves.
    If you do find yourself stumbling on verified celebrities or real celebrities on Twitter belonging to these shows, please DM me, or @reply me on Twitter so I can add them to the list.
    If you have any request for stars on a specific show, DM me or @reply me on Twitter as well.