• (noun): A group of followers or enthusiasts.
    Synonyms: following

Some articles on followers, follower:

Shah Syed Muhammad Nurbakhsh Qahistani - Nurbakhsh's Mystical Path
... Even in Mohammad's lifetime, most of his followers were not content with merely obeying the precepts but followed a certain path in order to enter into a ... The followers of this movement grew in numbers with spread of Islam ... of the affairs created a great confusion amongst the followers of Sufism in particular and the Muslims in general ...
Meivazhi Salai
... meaning the true path, is a monotheistic religion which seeks to bring its followers spiritual enlightenment and escape from death through the teachings of its ... Its followers believe Andavargal to be an incarnation of God, and to have lived for 120 years ... The faith seeks to free its followers from Yama, the god of death, and bestow on them blissful eternal life ...
Millennium '73 - Attendance
... Chartered planes brought followers from several dozen countries with designated seating sections for attendees from France, Sweden, India, Spain, and even, as a joke, Mars ... Bal Bhagwan Ji reportedly told a follower who asked about the low attendance that there were actually 150,000 beings there ... Male followers wore suits and ties, and women wore long dresses ...
Social Media Marketing - Tactics - Twitter
... can be explained in short messages that followers are more likely to read ... These messages appear on followers’ home pages ... This link provides followers the opportunity to spend more time interacting with the product online ...
Shadrack Ireland
... His followers were centered around Harvard township, Massachusetts ... He taught what is known as Perfectionism, meaning that he and certain of his followers had achieved perfection in their lifetime ... He ordered his followers not to bury him but to await his resurrection ...

Famous quotes containing the word followers:

    A great man’s followers are accustomed to blinding themselves so they can sing his praises better.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    The high sentiments always win in the end, the leaders who offer blood, toil, tears and sweat always get more out of their followers than those who offer safety and a good time. When it comes to the pinch, human beings are heroic.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    When cowardice is made respectable, its followers are without number both from among the weak and the strong; it easily becomes a fashion.
    Eric Hoffer (1902–1983)