Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms around. The microblogging / social media platform is a platform that allows you to send tweets as well as Audio tweets for free. Founded in March 2006 and boasting of over 350 million users, the platform has over 200 million daily active users around the world. According to wikipedia.org, it is ranked as the 17th most popular social media platform in the world.
Just like most social media platform, twitter also allows users to follow and unfollow each other. You can unfollow an account without the user knowing about it. If you own a twitter account and you want to know who unfollow your account or who just unfollowed you, then this post is for you.
How To Tell If Someone Unfollowed You on Twitter
This is a pretty simple step, and I will be showing you in a bit. When you notice a decrease in the number of your followers, it means someone has unfollow you. To know the exact person, you can go your profile, click on your following list, and then carefully search for users you follow and are not following you bank.
From the list, if the person or user is following you, you should see a “follow you” close to the profile name. When you don’t see the “follow you” written close to the profile, it means the users have stop following you, or was never following your account in the first place. See below for example.
The process above is easy for users with a small number of followers. If you have hundreds or thousands of followers, this manual method is going to be a tedious and waste a lot of time. There are better options if you have a large number of followers. This can be done by the use of third party apps. See below for more.
- Crowdfire tracks fans, recent followers, recent unfollowers and even Twitter users who are inactive. You can link one Twitter account and make 50 changes at no charge.
- Fllwrs keeps tabs on your recent friends and foes on Twitter, and let’s you know once per day who followed and unfollowed you.
- ManageFlitter has a free account perfect for personal Twitter users. Manage Flitter shows you your recent unfollowers, lets you unfollow them within the web app, and it can also help grow your list of followers by pointing out people who might be interested in what you have to say.
- NotFollow is a simple web-based tool that does one thing: tell you who’s not following you back on Twitter. Once you find those people, you can unfollow them as well, if that’s your end goal.
- StatusBrew has a free plan that helps you follow/unfollow a set number of users each day, in addition to keeping track of your @Mentions, among other things.
- UnfollowerStats is a free service that will cycle through an unlimited number of followers and alert you to daily changes.
- WhoUnfollowedMe is ad-supported and free for up to 75,000 followers/following. It quickly clues you in on recent and past unfollowers, and helps you drop those people from your list of contacts as well.
- ZebraBoss will check accounts with 1,000 or fewer followers for free. ZebraBoss has no dashboard, but instead sends daily email reports with your followers/following stats.
The list tools above can help you follow and unfollow users on twitter with ease. It is also a great tool to manage your account and it can help you grow your account.