If you want to get verified on any of the above platforms, it helps to collaborate with people who are already verified on those platforms.
Also, being mentioned on the official website of an already verified user helps.
So thats where I come in...
When you collab with me I write about you in my blog so you get mentioned on the site. On top of that, using the tag a collaborator feature on Instagram helps you get verified because it's an official endorsement coming from an already verified user plus It's a way they can promote the feature itself. Furthermore, I believe it helps if I create original content and let you upload it. Then if you tag me as a collaborator and I let it stay on my page forever it is the ultimate endorsement that you should put on your application for verification.
And finally, my other services introduce you to a community of verified users that will engage with your content and there's nothing wrong with incentivised engageemnt if it's coming from verified users because it makes you look more trustworthy and popular and it gives the right impression thus allowing you to sell more product. It's good to have celebrities commenting all over your post especially if you are selling product.
So this is how I can help you get REAL followers that turn into customers AND teach you how to get verified at the same time. Send a message to schedule a meeting or ask me any questions you have using the form at the bottom. Thank you.
Author: Preston Huddman (Owner)
It's common knowledge that social media verification badges are highly coveted by many individuals and businesses. The blue checkmark symbolizes credibility, authenticity, and social proof. However, buying verification is not only unethical, it's also a risky practice.
There are a lot of scammers out there who prey on people's desire for verification. They offer to verify accounts for a fee, promising quick and easy results. But the truth is, these scammers are only after your money and will not deliver what they promise.
Moreover, buying verification goes against social media policies and guidelines. Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have strict verification processes in place to ensure that only genuine public figures, celebrities, and brands get verified. Trying to bypass these processes by buying verification puts your account at risk of being suspended or even permanently banned.
In conclusion, buying verification is not only unethical, but it's also a risky practice that's likely to end in disappointment and financial loss. It's important to remember that social media verification is earned, not bought. Focus on building your online presence, creating quality content, engaging with your audience, and following social media guidelines. With time and effort, you may just earn that coveted blue checkmark.
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(Born Nov 3, 1985) Preston Hudman is an Instagram star now using Telegram and says getting verified is the only thing he's good at. On Telegram he removed his own badge in order to change the name of his channel but now they refuse to give it back to him. Preston tells his true-life story on Telegram and says it's the best kept secret in America. Could that be why?