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10 Effective Ways To Increase Followers On Twitter

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November 4th, 2013 PEOPLE, TWITTER none Comments

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If you ask Jon Gosselin, the downside of reality TV far outweighs its perks.

In an episode of Oprah Winfrey’s Where Are They Now show that aired Sunday,

Nov. 3, on OWN, Kate Gosselin’s ex-husband blamed Jon and Kate Plus 8 for

ruining his reputation and having a negative effect on his eight kids.

The Gosselin family’s reality show, which premiered on TLC in 2007,

“just became stressful on me and stressful on the kids,” said Jon.

He also saw his 13-year-old twins Cara and Mady as well as 9-year-old sextuplets,

Aaden, Alexis, Collin, Hannah, Joel and Leah “not growing up normally,

like I grew up, and having community.” “Yes, they got to travel the world, and yes,

they got these fabulous things, and yes, they have trust funds, and they’re taken care

of educationally. Great,” he said. “But developmentally, they have problems with

their peers, and they have problems with talking to other people, and they have

problems with wants and needs and manners and morals and what’s right and

what’s wrong. I think more so than someone who grows up off TV.”

The 36-year-old, who now works as a waiter in Beckersville, Pa., admitted it

“wasn’t easy to quit [reality TV] because there’s a revenue stream I’m never going

to have again.” NEWS: Kate feels sadness and pity for Jon Now, though, he’s

“happy” and “free” to “do what I want.” And while he doesn’t “really have a

relationship with Kate”these days aside from “custodial stuff,” he wanted to make it

clear he was not unfaithful to her during their 10-year marriage.

“The most common misperception that I cheated on my wife,

that I left my family that I’m a party boy,” he said. “But my family knows the truth.”

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You’re going to hear her roar, all right. Katy Perry dethroned Justin Bieber

as the most popular person on Twitter over the weekend.

The “Roar” singer amassed 46.48 million followers, edging out her pop peer,

who has 46.47 million followers. Bieber took the top spot nine months ago,

ending Lady Gaga’s two-year reign. Perry is also beating the 19-year-old

“Boyfriend” singer on Facebook, boasting 59.26 million friends to Bieber’s

57.28 million. Just weeks ago,

Perry shared her social media strategy. “I have horrible typos. I use ‘there’ or ‘your’

wrong grammatically,” she told USA Today on Oct. 21. “But I feel like I’ve learned

how to tame that social media dragon.” NEWS: Justin Bieber storms off stage after

being pelted with a water bottle “When you decide to have a glass of wine, put the

phone down,” she advised. “Don’t drink and tweet.” Perry argued that famous

peopleshouldn’t use social media to debunk rumors on the regular.

“I see a lot of celebrities send out messages like that online, and I think,

‘Sweetheart, nobody knows about this so-called issue because we don’t have

you on Google Alert. You’re just throwing another log on the fire.’

I do it only in extreme cases if someone is jeopardizing my character,”

she said. VIDEO: Katy Perry talks Prism The “Walking on Air”

singer added that she ignores her online haters. “I don’t know they exist

because I don’t give them attention,” she said. “If you tried to please everyone,

you’d have no sense of self. You’d lose yourself in the process of being

a people-pleaser and there’d be nothing unique left.”