TrueTwit Validation Service Review
We’ve been bombarded in our social messages lately about a service call TrueTwit validation. This service basically requires a confirmation for your new users that will separate real vs. automated (non-real) followers. While on the surface this may sounds like a good thing, it really is potentially toxic. Check out this blog article: http://blog.lwolf.com/resources/social-media/top-5-twitter-mistakes-you-may-not-know-youre-making-65909/
Basically by forcing a new follower to have to jump through a hoop of validation, you can (and probably will) lose the follower. It can be construed as a pain or even an insult. So for most new followers, they don’t want the headache and will simply unfollow you rather than going through the hoops of validation. Think of it like this… if you wouldn’t want to do it, most of your viewing audience wouldn’t want to do it either.
In the end, this looks good on the surface but doesn’t take into account how real people react to real world situations. Put your money in other places and skip this one for now.