I kēlā me kēia lā ke nānā nei wau i kaʻu mau mea ma hope Twitter. ʻO ka manaʻo o kēlā me kēia lālā e ukali iaʻu. Ua kūkulu kino wau i kaʻu mea e ukali nei, ma ka loaʻa ʻana o ke aloha me hoʻokahi mea ukali i ka manawa like.
Not anymore. Now it's ridiculous… hāliu auto-follow tides ke hoʻokō ʻia nei i kēlā me kēia minuke. Hiki iaʻu ke hele ma Twitter i kēia lā a loaʻa i hoʻokahi mau haneli scammers e hoʻāla iā ʻoe ma luna o 10,000 mau ukali i loko o kekahi mau lā. Pono ke koʻikoʻi ʻo Twitter ma lalo o ke kaupaona koʻikoʻi o kēia mau helu.
I don't know what compels someone to cheat the numbers to get empty eyeballs. What kind of ego do you need to have to go down that road? I'm not sure but it really irritates me. My 5,000 followers used to mean something. Now I'm well over 6,000… but many of the new followers are auto-follow phonies.
These auto-follow systems must be operating external to Twitter, so it should be easy to identify and block them. Twitter should do it right now – not only to rid itself of phony inflated following counts, but to ease the strain that all these followers must be doing to impact Twitter's performance for the rest of us who appreciate their service.
E ʻoluʻolu Twitter ... hana i kekahi mea e pili ana i ia! Ke hōʻino nei lākou i kāu noi.