Twitter Supremacy isn't a goal that all social medias strive toward, it's actually a complex program that helps you pretend to have friends. For $49.99, you can have six-month access to a powerful tool that lets you manage thousands of social media "bots."
Bots are social media profiles that masquerade as real humans. They'll usually have normal names and profiles, but they can be bent to anyone's will. Twitter Supremacy lets you control Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more robotic social media accounts.
Nick Bilton, a technology columnist for the New York Times, signed up for the service and was quite surprised with what he claimed to be a pyramid scheme.
At first, I couldn't figure out what he meant. The site has a flat subscription fee to robot social media accounts.