Published today in Social by Mike Juba

Whether you are just really getting started with your social media marketing, or you want to expand your followers (as you always should be), one technique that can help is to steal the followers from your competition.
If you are new to the world of social media marketing, then you need to get a better understanding of social media, how it works, and some tips to benefit yourself and your business.
There is no hacking or jacking going on here, and they will still follow your competitors, but at least now in all likelihood they will follow you too if you have something resourceful and beneficial to offer them.
Followerwonk makes Twitter jacking easier.
Using Followerwonk from Moz to compare users and the followers they have. If you don’t have a Moz subscription (you’re probably new to SEO) then sign up for a free 30 day trial and use their Followerwonk tool (among all the amazing other tools). After 30 days, you’ll probably realize that you need this subscription for your business.
In this example, we will use three big names in the SEO industry, Danny Sullivan, Wil Reynolds, and Rand Fishkin. Make sure to change the dropdown to ‘compare their followers’…

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