I don't know about all of them but, Louis Tomlinson said he would follow you if you just asked him to in a direct but polite manner. Something like, "Hey, could you follow me on twitter,please?" would probably do the trick. Also, If you get Harry styles to follow you, don't leave a long blank space for him to scroll down to find the next comment, he finds that immensly irritaing, as he said. I guess you could probably get Harry Styles to follow you with something like, "Could you please follow me on Twitter" followed by some gentle manner of reffering to him such as, "darlin'" or "dear" or a simple "~" to end off as a polite request. Don't be overconfident with Niall and brag about yourself, he said he can't stand that. Be humble and modest. He doesn't like show-offs but instead, people who are simply confident. "Niall, would you please follow me on twitter? Thank you!" Cheeky yet humble. Liam is a tricky one, you have to know what you want to ask with him. "It'd be really great if you followed me on twitter, Thanks Liam." Zayn hmmm...keep sending him twitter requests till he accepts it, I guess? Reserch has proven once a name or title of some sort keeps reoccuring, people would be provoked to find out what it is about. I guess that's why people advertise and do commercials a lot, huh? I can't believe I didn't know that til' now. Anyway, hope I was able to help. One final reminder, don't address them by their full names. Some people like it but the majority of people don't, it tends to make them feel awkward and in a celebrities case, it might make them feel like they're only being followed on twitter because they're famous. Good Luck, my fellow directioner! If all that fails, Robert's idea was good too.
I don't know...youtube? I guess.Oh! and some articles on Yahoo. They help a lot too.
· 7 years ago