Follower [noun]

Definition of Follower:

person who believes or has great interest

Opposite/Antonyms of Follower:

Sentence/Example of Follower:

As you build your audience on websites like Facebook and Instagram, be sure to engage with followers consistently.

She’s racked up tens of millions of followers worldwide and more than 3 billion total views on YouTube.

Even if you have a large follower base on social media, organic reach on social platforms is in a steady decline.

The FBI has named QAnon a domestic terrorism threat, and it has gained more attention as its followers have run for Congress and attempted to co-opt legitimate anti-sex trafficking marches for their own political purposes.

If an influencer’s audience aligns with your target demographic you can pay them to promote your brand to their followers.

Page owners can now see the people who follow them and sort their follower lists by current company, industry and location.

Using that strategy, it could ultimately catch the attention of young influencers on TikTok, who could then promote the products to their millions of followers.

It is as if he wants to be attacked believing it will generate heightened support from his cult of followers.

SMART goals ensure that your marketers look beyond vanity metrics such as the number of likes or followers.

You can even run a social media contest focusing on positive reviews as the main challenge for your followers.