the ability or willingness to follow a leader.
a group of followers or supporters; following.
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How to use followership in a sentence
followership of these official accounts has decreased by one percent since September 2021, though Boyd said that followership across TSM’s social accounts increased by four percent during the 2021 calendar year.TSM’s social media following has seen a 30 million decline in the last six months | Alexander Lee | February 3, 2022 | Digiday
In China, this trifecta of mobile payments, local-language content, and independent creators with huge followerships has created a multibillion-dollar industry.The web must change its business model if it wants to become truly global and multilingual | matthewheimer | December 21, 2020 | Fortune