Hello IH! 😍
I'm a web developer & I like building side-projects and sharing the learnings on Twitter/other social media/communities like IH.
I also try to "build in public" to get some traction for my own Twitter and my side-projects' also.
Follow-for-follow type of things didn't sit well for me for a long time, but it changed once I became an "indie hacker" (and once I had something to sell lol).
Following back a new follower can be valuable because you get to see what people that follow you talk about, retweet or comment --> and you can use these to tailor your content to better suit them.
It also makes it easier to engage with your own audience almost effortlessly.
I know a lot of people hate follow-for-follow type of posts and I wanted to share my side of things on why I personally do it! I'm curious what you think of this, please share your opinion below in the comments. 😀
(If you're interested in my journey & stats of my current project like views, subscribers, etc, then please consider following me on Twitter)