Are Lady Gaga and Rihanna Hoaxing Twitter with Fake Followers?
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Are Lady Gaga and Rihanna Hoaxing Twitter with Fake Followers? Lady Gaga is the Queen of Twitter with over 25 million followers.

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Published 12 December 2013
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Are Lady Gaga and Rihanna Hoaxing Twitter with Fake Followers?
Lady Gaga is the Queen of Twitter with over 25 million followers. Rihanna ranks at number 4 with over 20 million fans according to Twitaholic. But look closely at their followers and you will see thousands upon thousands of Twitter “Eggs.”
What are Twitter Eggs?
Twitter Eggs are the default avatar picture provided by Twitter to all new users. If a twitter egg has no profile, no followers, and no tweets, it could be a spam bot. According to Technorati.com, many people will not follow an egg because they think that it is spam or a bot and many are not interested in talking to eggs for the same reason.
In March of 2011, Twitter said that they had an average of 460,000 new accounts created daily. That is nearly half a million new potential “followers” everyday. Who are they following and at what price?
Twitter has been called the online equivalent of HBO – important more because of who uses it and the media’s infatuation with it, rather than the actual size and impact of its audience.
“Today the most popular Twitter accounts on the Internet are propped up in part by manufactured Twitter followers,” says Mohr Publicity CEO Sandra Mohr, ” and we are in the business of delivering real looking Twitter followers so that our clients can compete fairly in this digital world.”
Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency catering to the digital universe. They specialize in promoting businesses, musical artists, and products with social media and promotions on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, online press, blogs, videos, tweets and tagging. They are adding a few hundred thousand tweet followers per day to client accounts.
“Building a strong brand doesn’t happen overnight, but it can happen fast,” says Mohr, “It takes laser-focused effort and the right connections to get you to the top.