Where to start with Miner One advertising and promotion? Nearly all advertising and promotion was performed on Social Media as part of the ranking criteria from ICO promotion sites is the engagement the ICO has with investors so high numbers of followers on social media is a must. But how do you build these numbers quickly? It’s really simple, you buy them.
The group was created on the 15th of December 2017 by Andrius Mironovskis using the pseudonym Andrew Miron (Mr. Golder).
For a group with so many subscribers there was remarkably little discussion and looking at the subscriber list the majority were deleted accounts or never heard from with a group of between 200-400 being the likely number of real subscribers.
The YouTube views don’t correlate to the number of subscribers, three videos released within days and two have 455 and 438 views and one has 210,000. Two other videos have 5,700,000 and 1,000,000 views yet two others have 1,700 and 398,000. There is nothing to support that any of these videos went viral.
Miner One on Facebook have nearly 24,000 likes and 24,000 following. The lack of comments and generally a handful of likes on most posts is boosted by one of the first posts from Miner One getting over 18,000 likes.
This is the first post on the Miner One Facebook page, 15 likes including one from Andrius Mironovskis co-founder of Miner One.
This is the fourth post from Miner One and it managed to obtain over 18,000 likes! Again nothing has been found to indicate it had gone viral.
Nearly all the likes are from Indonesian sounding names, some of them are also following Miner One.
Miner One had 972 followers on Instagram but remarkably few likes.
Looking at the followers at least 90% are from Indonesia.
Twitter followers of 1,027 seems low compared to other social media platforms Miner One use.
Twitter followers appear to be around 75% paid for and 25% organic.