Would you like one million Twitter followers? Here’s how you could win them
Would you like to be Twitter rich? You would probably rather be rich, but if you can’t get $1m how about a million followers?
Two creatives from the Richmond Virginia-based ad agency, the Martin Agency, have come up with a way to make that happen for one lucky person and there doesn’t appear to be any catch.
When the account reaches one million followers Twiterrich will donate those followers to one random lucky user.
Twitterich says it will not use the @1MillionRicher Twitter account for any advertising, link spamming, or personal messaging with any followers, except for notifying the potential award recipient once they are selected.
Of course if you follow @1MillionRicher, you will potentially end up following a different Twitter handle once the award winner has been confirmed and the Twitter accounts have been merged.
Of course, there is the possibility on not winning…that many will unfollow the account as the blurb indicates: “It is possible that the number of followers given to the award recipient may be less than one million if @1MillionRicher followers stop following after the one million follower goal has been reached”.
Also the winner must be reasonably fine and upstanding as Twitterich “reserves the right to disqualify award recipient in its sole discretion if such recipient’s Twitter account is deemed offensive or polarizing to a significant number of followers”.
It could be a huge responsibility to have such a large audience. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.