Created by the online magazine New Media Rockstars, the 'Everyone on Twitter is a Robot' infographic examines how unexpected Twitter accounts have garnered thousands of follows. And, according to the publication's billion dollar companies, prominent public figures to presidential candidates can all be caught on the Internet black market.
New Media Rockstars state on its site to have discovered “that the market for buying and selling Twitter followers is much larger than any of us thought. Security vendor Barracuda Networks recently published a study detailing the alarming amount of falsified Twitter accounts on the micro-blogging site.”
If you have ever wondered why those lacking personality have more Twitter followers than you, the answer can be found in the Everyone On Twitter is A Robot infographic.
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By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: Aug 12, 2012 • References: newmediarockstars