I got kicked from
the repost chain! Frfr
Written by Quentin 'Q The Beat Boy' Adams
In my early use of SCPlanner, I was super excited. Like, OMG I can get all the reposts I want.
Time goes by. I'm getting thousands of plays and things are going well. I’m starting to get people to join my repost chain. I am also joining chains. I get our main network up to almost 130k (K=Thousand) in a few months, plays are flying by. Suddenly, I notice I’m down about 30k followers. So, I investigate only to see it’s the largest account in the network and it has been unlinked. I reach out to the guy and he proceeds to tell me he was getting too many daily reposts to his account and nothing I said would get him to change his mind. In fact, he really acted like he didn't want to talk to me even though I was willing to do everything in my power to get him back into the network and make up for this mistake...
At the end of the day, the reality is I lost that account simply because I was being greedy. I didn't think of it that way at the time, I was too happy getting more plays than I ever imagined I could. I was blinded to the long term effects it was having to the accounts I was working with, thus the people who own them. There was really no reason for it. Now, of course, people should be more willing to work things out, but to be honest, they are not obligated to do so. I have to take it with a grain of salt and keep movin. I triggered the response, I have to live with it...
The response to this, however is pretty simple. Get more accounts in your network and spread out your reposts across them, stop using the site like a mad man lbvs, stop accepting or making offers on poor songs, stop reposting the same songs all the damn time lbvs…. Also, limit the amount of reposts per day in such a way that you're not flooding timelines. And that’s the gist of it really. If you instead spread things out in a subtle but consistent way, you will benefit much more from it in the long run. Losing followers, saturating your audience, all of the things that follow “too much reposting”, trust me, it’s not worth the clean up work & costs that comes with it as a result.
So to sum it up, take it from experience. Even though you may love the effects you are seeing right now from all of the reposting, is it really worth the long term damage & effects like losing followers, making people ignore your reposts in the future because they see your name too much, losing sub accounts because the owner is tired of you overusing it? Naw, its not to me. SO CHILL OUT LBVS! Much Love!