I agree with Chance earlier. Basically this is just a simple activity forming part of the social culture; nothing much. I also dont like to contribute this at all for several reasons. One of them is that I dont use Twitter, and not even fond by the slightest (even if I do have an account that I rarely use). The other reason which is a bit controversial, I only see social media useful getting audience ... but giving "likes" is completely meaningless. If someone follows your work, that is all that matters because your expanding your possible download rate from there. Second matter would be providing commentary and feedback, which contributes a lot for the person working. But "likes"... are the rock bottom importance in social media and its useless. Another fact... If 100 followers is poor to you, then you have a terribly ambitious mind. For me, a hundred is fine. Of course more means better spotlight and support in the near future. But seriously. I never really gotten more than 100 in life and Ive gotten good reputation to stand on. There is no shame of getting 100 followers. And to finalize my brutal honesty, Its not cool to tag large list of people regardless of knowing they would appreciate this thread or not. That is some class spam you did there. When I want people to see my thread, I just let them be. You dont see me tagging 100 people to one of my odd off-topic threads. Anyway, not sure to say good luck. I really despise these stuff even if it has an advantage.