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Posts Tagged ‘musicians on Twitter’

Top 10 Musicians With The Most Fake Twitter Followers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Seeing as there are an estimated 20 million fake Twitter accounts, it’s no surprise that many celebrities’ follower counts are padded with false profiles and bots.

That said, some A-listers have more fake followers than others. The infographic below created by ConcertTour.org reveals the top 10 musicians with the most fake followers, as well as more stats about faux followings on Twitter.

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The Coolest Use Of Vine To Date: An Evolving Music Video Called Vinetune

If you’re a musician on Twitter or just a fan of awesome things, you HAVE to see this.

It’s a music video that’s continuously changing, pulling in specifically hashtagged Vines – and the result is pretty fantastic.

Oh, and if you’re a musician seeking publicity, they may highlight your song next month (if you ask nicely).

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Grammys Launches A Twitter Chat Series With Female Music Stars

The 55th Annual Grammy Awards are just over six weeks away, and to drum up some anticipation, The Recording Academy has launched a Twitter chat series with major female music stars.

They’re calling it The Artist Interview Series, and using the hashtag #TheWorldIsListening.

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Musicians Make Connections On Twitter

Twitter is a great place to witness celebrity meltdowns firsthand, but it’s also a great place for them to make connections. And for musicians, this is helping more of them leap right past that “awkward introduction” phase straight to “let’s collaborate!”
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