Are you a Twitter addict? Do you check twitter newsfeed a few times a day? Maybe you enjoy reading news while drinking your morning coffee or taking a break. Do you enjoy reading your friend’s twits, or maybe you follow some celebrities on Twitter? On the other hand, you might be using Twitter to promote your business and products. As you already know there are a number of ways to track inactive accounts and also people who have unfollowed your account, and here are some of them.Source: TechCrunch.com
If you want to track people who have unfollowed you on Twitter, there are a number of Twitter unfollow apps you can install and use. It can’t always be easy to track unfollowers, especially if you have thousands or maybe even millions of followers, hence you should use some of the apps that will track them for you. Some of these apps are free, while you have to pay for others i.e. most of them. Usually, free apps have a limit of up to 25 or 100 follows or unfollows daily. If you are dealing with a larger number of followers or unfollowers, you can raise the limit by upgrading your account i.e. paying for the app. These apps provide you with a list of people who have unfollowed you and you can sort them further into more lists and categories you choose. Now the question arises – why should you track people who unfollow you on Twitter? Well, first of all, Twitter has a restriction. You cannot follow more than 2000 people who are following you. This means that the unfollowers are stopping you from connecting with other people and this is very important if you are using Twitter to promote your business. By unfollowing accounts which are not related to your business, you have the chance to connect with potential clients as well as partners. Moreover, you should unfollow people who twit every 5 minutes. Let’s be honest, no one is that funny nor interesting. This way you will unclutter your newsfeed and you’ll be able to focus on important twit you can benefit from.
Another thing you do while managing your Twitter account is to unfollow inactive Twitter accounts. Reasons for doing this are the same as mentioned above. You don’t want your account and newsfeed to be overcrowded because you might miss some important twits or announcements. So, how do you track inactive accounts? Well, you can do it on your own, but this can be complicated and it can take a lot of your time, especially if you have thousands of followers. You would have to check each account, one by one. Even when you have found an account that seems inactive, you can never be sure if the account is inactive, or that person simply hasn’t posted anything in a long time. To accurately track inactive accounts, you should use some apps. By using the apps, you will be able to see when the account was last active i.e. when that person last logged in. Apps will also make lists of fake or spam accounts. Another useful thing about these apps is that you can unfollow all accounts you choose, by simply marking them on a list.
As you can see, there are easy ways to track the people who have unfollowed you as well as inactive or fake accounts. Research the apps available and choose the one that is most appealing to you.