How to track unfollowers on Twitter and best apps for unfollowing Twitter accounts.
- January 29, 2019
- Posted by: ankit sitoke
- Category: Uncategorized
Fake and inactive accounts on Twitter can limit your ability to connect with other users. Twitter limits the amount of accounts you can follow, clipping it at the number of followers your account has plus 2000. For this reason, it is important to unfollow accounts that don’t post regularly, post inappropriate content or a spambot (otherwise known as eggs due to the original egg profile picture Twitter generates). Following inappropriate and provocative accounts can also look bad on you, your account and the business it represents.
Here are some of the best programs and apps for monitoring your Twitter followers and unfollows, allowing you to easily unfollow the undesired accounts.
ManageFlitter is a popular Twitter tool for unfollowing those who not follow your account. This speedy device will let you select multiple Twitter accounts and with simply one click you can unfollow them.
This web-based application is used by over 4 million Twitter account owners and will allow you to curate and grow your social media platform. You can clean up your account, including those you follow, by filtering keywords, followers, account age, location and much more.
Manage Filter will also suggest content, find users who are tweeting about a relevant subject and can automatically follow back those who follow you. Although free, a paid upgrade will allow you access to analytics, RAM and business features.
Circleboom is a management tool that assists in helping you find the right profiles to be followed and the right ones to unfollow. Circleboom provides a handful of filters to help you unfollow those who do not follow your account, fake accounts, spammers or inactive accounts. The pro about using Circleboom compared to its rivals is that the programme is much faster and much more effective.
One of the features that makes Circleboom stand out is RSS Tweets which allows users to connect website and blog RSS feeds to your Twitter Account. Circleboom is a great choice if you want to do your unfollowing on the go as its mobile compatible. Some of the other features include being able the schedule Tweets and use analytics.
Circleboom is free if you just need all the basic features but its additional feature packages are very low cost, especially compared to others in the market.
SocialOomph offers far more than simply unfollowing users, as it offers other features like scheduling Tweets, tracking hashtags or managing multiple Twitter accounts at the same time. SocialOomph allows users to manage up to five different accounts, pure your old Tweets and shorten your URLS.
The professional upgrade will allow users to manage their Facebook, Pinterest, RSS feeds, Tumblr and Linkedin accounts. The upgraded package will also allow users to access Tweets via email, append author tags and filter timelines. There is a huge and varied amount of social media management options, across all channels, that will help you run a clean and professional social media account.
Tweepi Geeky Flush
This tool simply flushes out the Twitter followers who do not follow you back. It’s not the most complex or fastest tool but it’s simple to use and very effective.
The basic but user-friendly platform will quickly and easily find the right users for you to unfollow. The web-based tool will eliminate those undesirable accounts like egg profiles and spammers. It will also help you find the right accounts to follow by finding users by interest, company name, location, or any other criteria.
Tweepi offers a free plan with limited features with two different upgrade plans that will monitor hashtags, target geolocations and protect against your account against suspensions, amongst many other criteria.
CrowdFire was formally known as JustUnfollow but it’s still one of the best free Twitter unfollowing tools out there. It is a user-friendly way to sort out the non-followers and followers on a variety of factors including the date of following (so you can boot out the old follows who never followed back), the location of the account and how active they are.
Crowdfire allows users to unfollow 25 people a day for no fee, you do have the ability to upgrade for an increase of the daily limit. Crowdfire also offers fully-functional iOS and Android app making it the best choice for those who want to manage their accounts on their smartphones.
Who Unfollowed Me
Beside show you who unfollowed your Twitter account, this online tool allows users to know who has blocked your account and will show you a list of accounts that have not followed your back. This platform, additionally, allows people to see who has unfollowed you and how many new followers you have gained in a certain period. Who Unfollowed Me is the perfect tool for Twitter account optimization.
This is a great platform to see who your mutual are and make your social connections stronger by staying engaged with these mutual. Generally, this platform is a great way to get an overview of the interaction and follows your account garners and allows you to understand what content engages the most followers.
StatusBrew is a powerful social media management tool that allows you to manage various different social media accounts from one place. StatusBrew’s mission is to make responding to comments and mentions quick and easy, allowing you to maintain the best possible social media page. One of StatusBrew’s most useful features is the ability to remove all inactive followers from your account in just a few simple clicks.
StatusBrew will give you the data it takes to understand your customers and what content will engage them and what makes them want to unfollow your Twitter account. StatusBrew will also work with lesser known platforms like Shopify, Zapier and Slack.
The downside to StatusBrew is that there is no free version of this tools and all their plans start at $25 per month.
Friend or Follow
Sometimes scrolling through your follow list is overwhelming, time-consuming and causes glitches. Friend or Follow offers an easy solution that allows you to look, in one glance, at who is following you and who has reciprocated following your account back.
Simply enter your Twitter username into their website and a list of thumbnails of those who you follow but do not follow you will be presented. Hovering over the thumbnail, which is the account’s user picture, will reveal the bio, location and name of the account. There is also a useful option that allows you to automatically remove verified accounts from the list.
From this list, you can sort it by username, follower stats and location. Friend of Follow can also provide you with a list of those who follow you that you don’t follow back and of mutual connections.
Robofollow is an amazing tool to find unfollowers but with lots of unique features that will allow you to understand your followers and demographics better. This free tool is very user friendly and although simple will offer users plenty of exciting and interesting attributes.
Robofollower can copy over the followers of all your favourite accounts, within Twitter’s follow limitation. This allows you to try and engage with people who are interested in accounts with similar content, whether it be influencers, fan accounts or rival businesses. You can also easily unfollow those who do not follow you and whitelist their accounts so you know to never follow them again.
Robofollow will analyse your Twitter account and find the top followers for you, accessing them by the content they post, the hashtags they use and the accounts they follow.
Tweet Sponge is a free app available on the App Store for iOS devices, it will give you updates on all the activity happening on your Twitter account. It will inform you of unfollowers, new followers, those accounts who do not follow back and those who mutually follow. The platform allows users to follow and unfollow through the app itself. This is a free and simple app, although it suffers from having multiple pop ads.
There is a number of reasons a Twitter account will be unfollowed from spambots to fake troll accounts, but it’s important to keep on top of those who unfollow. If you are noticing a heavy amount of unfollows it could be because you are posting boring content that is losing the interest of followers or it could be because you are following the wrong demographic of account. It is near impossible to remember who is unfollowing your account and who hasn’t followed you back, so use an app or program to save time and money.