More than 15,000 times it will have 100,001 to a million followers.
A social media research institute based in the UK and India have discovered the secret to having a lot of followers on Twitter.
After analyzing 36 million Twitter accounts that produce more than 28 billion tweets in three years, social media research company Beevolve concluded that the number of followers is directly proportional to the amount of one’s tweets.
In Beevolve research found that one Twitter account to write 1 to 1000 tweets will only have an average of 51 to 100 followers. The account tweeted more than 10,000 times it will have 1001 to 5,000 followers.
They estimate if someone tweeted more than 15,000 times so it will have 100,001 to a million followers.
In its report entitled “An Exhaustive Study of Twitter Users Around the World” Beevolve studying demographics of Twitter users, number of followers, gender, favorite keywords, and tools used to access Twitter.
Their results include a mention of the average Twitter user using the English language, but most women twittering in Twitter, and the average social media users aged 15 to 25 years.