Some social media accounts get all the action, don’t they? We’re familiar with statistics about how half of the world’s wealth is held by a very rich one percent of the population. I think it’s quite similar in the social media sphere; I’d hazard a guess that one percent of Twitter users get more than half of all the engagement on the network.
Take this chap for example. Ed Sheeran has no less than 9.1 million followers. He’s nowhere near the most popular account (he comes 89th in the top 100 most popular accounts). So what does our Ed do to get engagement? It has to be something interesting, right? Well, no. Not exactly. Take this for example: