Among the most influential twitter personalities like @C_NyakundiH and @xtiandela, you may have come across another popular account of a Photographer, or rather a Mombasanese, @trapafasa, the founder of #TrapaDrive.
Without celebrity of any sort, like that of a daystar journalist joyriding on free media platforms, building your fan base on any social network has never been easier unless you want to rip off your pockets for just a few followers.
This is a genuine concern, not because @trapafasa and I have same-month-birthdays. Trapafasa joined twitter in May, 2009, but I learned about his existence in 2016 when I saw a trending hashtag #TrapaDrive, and decided to know more about the guy behind it. I later learned that the main objective was to bring together all users interested in building and growing their twitter accounts through mutual followback.
Personally, @trapafasa has helped me a lot in growing one of my twitter accounts from 2k to 19k within 3 weeks, and that not being the only reason for writing this post, #TrapaDrive is one of the most popular hashtags that will grow your account within a very short time. I also applied all the tricks in one of his posts that explains how he grew his twitter account from 10k to over 250k without spending a dime, and it really worked.
However, a major challenge that faces some rapidly growing accounts is impersonation. Why on earth would somebody decide to impersonate another twitter account just to confuse and ‘steal’ followers?
Back to the subject of this post, I really feel @trapafasa should get verified by twitter asap.
Remember: @trapafasa is a username with plain alphabets – no underscores, dots or any special characters.
Have anything to add, share or comment on why trapafasa should get verified? Well, am waiting for your views in the comments section below, and being interactive is my happiness.