Being popular is the name of the game on Twitter. Users pay attention to popular accounts, and they’re more likely to follow them, too. You show that you’re popular with followers, likes, and retweets.
Followers are one half of the battle – we sell those, too. Likes and retweets are the other half – they go hand in hand to make your Twitter account not only look active, but make it look like it’s a bustling hub of interaction and activity.
Why you MUST have likes on your tweets The quality of a Twitter account is determined not by how many followers it has, but rather the amount of interaction that it gets on each and every tweet. You can have a million followers, but if none of them are interacting with what you post, then you still look unpopular. It’s not a good look.
We understand that not every tweet can be a homerun, but if you care about your image, then you have to make each one appear as if it’s a homerun. You can do this with our Twitter likes and retweets.