Why Slow and Steady Wins the Race in Social Media

A lot of the times, new business pop up and their owners are so excited about this new venture that they think they need to see quick growth on social media. This mindset may lead them to make some rash decisions such as buying followers or spending too much on ads. And it may look impressive to investors to have gained over 1,000 followers in under a month, but savvy investors know there's more to it than that. And the day-to-day consumer probably won't even pay attention.

Let's get this out of the way right at the front: Do not buy followers. No one knows for sure, but it's estimated that about 15% of social media accounts are bots. That's 15% of about 3 billion. So, if you had every bot on Twitter following you, it would bring your follower count up to about 450 million. Sounds impressive, right? It does right up until you realize that bots aren't buying your products or telling any real people about you. You could make the case that the high number of foll…

Induction

The Setting:

The Blood Elves have thus far used the Horde as a means to an end. In their quest to follow their leader, Kael'Thas, to the Outlands, and betrayed by the humans of the Alliance, they have allied themselves with their closest neighbors, the Forsaken, to traverse the perilous way to the Dark Portal.

But now Kael'Thas Sunstrider has betrayed them by allying with the Burning Legion. Their paladins' source of light has been stolen and the Sunwell rebuilt to bring to Azeroth none other than Kil'Jaeden, ruler of the Burning Legion. Seeking retribution, the Sin'Dorai turn to the Horde to be officially recognized once and for all as part of the congregated nations.

Representative Mae'Than of the Sin'Dorai approaches the counsel lead by Cairn Bloodhoof and makes his case for why the Blood Elves should be officially accepted into the Horde.







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This was to show off my voice-acting talent and my story-telling talent. The Blood Elves may already be official Hordies, but this is how the counsel went in my mind.

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