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July 2, 2009


You can be bought; everyone has a price, whether they realize it or not. Chances are, if you tweet, you’re following at least one corporate entity or some other outlet that is trying to sell you something. There are, however, apparently a few companies that don’t think they’re getting as much business out of the micro-blogging site as they should be. This is where uSocial comes in. They’re willing, for a fee of about $100 and up, to find your twitter feed more followers, by searching Twitter in ways that you don’t know how to (or can’t be bothered to), and following people that would be interest in your goods and/or services. If Twitter wasn’t already the laziest way to generate business, then it sure is now. Thanks for letting me know, BBC.

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