Newsweek recently put Donald Trump’s Twitter account through a Twitter Audit and discovered that nearly half of his followers appear to be fake. This got us curious: who among the local Twittersphere is likely paying for inflated follower counts? So we decided to use the Twitter Audit service ourselves, shelling out the money for a Pro account in the hopes of finding something juicy. For the most part, however, we were disappointed. It seems that local Twitter personalities, celebrities and politicians have largely stayed out of artificially pumping up their Twitter stats.
Mostly. Because we did end up finding something. Here, sans commentary, are the results of our searches:
Alan Peter Cayetano
Richard J. “Dick” Gordon
Bong Bong Marcos