Transcript of "A dozen tools to unfollow inactive twitter users"
A Dozen Tools to Unfollow Inactive
People come and people go..
Some people update their Twitter statuses regularly and others not so regularly..
sometimes not at all!
Some people’s last tweet may have been many months ago.. or even years ago.
You would be surprised how many inactive Twitter accounts you are following or that are
There is no point following any inactive Twitter accounts.. so here are a dozen free tools
to help clean out the trash.
Just Unfollow allows you to unfollow Twitter users who do not follow you.
This is where it all ends.
ManageTwitter is a Twitter Account Management tool.
Clean up and manage who you follow
Find out who isn’t following you back
Find out which inactive accounts you follow
Easily search inside your Twitter stream
MyCleenr is a unique way to sort your friends by their last tweets. It allows you to get rid
of all the inactive and useless accounts that you are following!
myTweeple helps you make informed decisions when it comes to following people on
With myTweeple you can,
Check stats such as their follower/friend ratio
Review their latest tweets
Check the date of their last tweet
Ding this person if you know why they’re a spammer and warn other myTweeple users
Take action: follow-back, hide or block new followers
Refollow helps you discover, manage, and protect your Twitter social circle.
With Refollow you can,
Manage your Friends and Followers
Group by Relationships
Sort by Importance
Explore Twitter Social Graph
Discover Relevant Users
Filter Irrelevant Users
Crowd Tagging and Comments
TheUnfollowApp provides personal unfollow recommendations for twitter.
Tweepi is the first and only Twitter Follow Management with stats.
Tweepi provide some tools to allow you to clean up your Twitter account from spammers
and deadbeat users, as well as make sure you follow tweeps who deserve to be followed.
Tweetelity lets you mass unfollow those of your friends who are not following you back.
Alert them and KICK them!
TwerpScan is a Twitter contact management site.
You can list and sort your followers and friends, up to 100 at a time. Follow, unfollow or
block contacts right on the spot — either one by one, or many at once.
It’s never been so easy to weed out spammers, bots and spambots!
Twitoria tries to reduce Twitter’s clutter by revealing friends you are following that
haven’t posted an update in a while.
It can, for example, easily track down those pesky friend spammers that post no content,
or people that have abandoned Twitter for another status updating service. Why follow
them if they no longer tweet?
Twitter Karma fetches your friends and followers from Twitter when you click the
“Whack!” button, then displays them for you, letting you quickly paginate through them.
By default, the list contains all your friends and followers and is sorted by last update,
showing those who most recently updated first. You can sort the list alphabetically either
ascending or descending by Twitter ID.
You can filter the list in several ways: only friends or only followers, all friends or all
followers, and mutual friends.
unTweeps allows you to unfollow Twitter users who don’t tweet enough.
Unfollow stale tweeple, trim down
Whitelist your favs
View your “BLOCKED” list
Sign-in with Twitter OAuth
There are many tools out there that do the same or a similar job.
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