When using Tweepi to unfollow those who did not follow you back, you can choose amongst multiple presets such as Klout Score, Number of Tweets, Number of Followers and/or Time of Last Tweet.
However, since you can’t wait forever until a tweep decides to follow you back, you can always depend on the “Date Followed” to make a decision about unfollowing tweeps.
Tweepi Presets to Use for Unfollowing Tweeps
Personally, I give tweeps up to 2 days to follow me back, a longer time period would mean:
- They are not interested in following me back.
- They do not know (and might never know) that I am following them.
- They are inactive.
Example of my Unfollowing Technique Using "Date Followed"
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Posted in Clean up your Twitter, Tips and Tricks
Tagged active, date, howto, presets, tips, Tweepi, Tweeps, tweet, Twitter, unfollow, unfollowing
Spam, spamming and spammers represent a huge controversial topic these days and Tweepi might just be the tool you are looking for to identify and cleanup spammers!
Since there are numerous ways to use Tweepi for identifying and cleaning up those annoying – good-for-nothing – spammers, we will dedicated this section to help you learn about each and every one of them!
Today, we will see how you can easily identify spammers using the number of followers vs. number of tweets presets.
Identifying Spammers Through Followers Vs. Tweets
Compare the number of followers vs. the number of tweets. If the account has several thousand followers and less than a dozen tweets, there must be something fishy. These type of tweeps usually start following a few hundred accounts, wait a few days to see who follows back, then flush anyone who did not follow, and start over with a few hundred more!
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Posted in Clean up your Twitter
Tagged cleanup, followers, friends, number, presets, spam, spammers, tips, Tweepi, Tweeps, tweets, Twitter
Welcome to the second post dedicated to helping you choose whom to follow based on your friend’s followers’ list.
The difference between @user’s followers and @user’s friends is simple: The former shows you a list of the user’s followers whereas the latter shows you who the user is following.
@user’s friends is mostly used when you find a person who is just so knowledgeable that you say to yourself “Whomever he’s follow has got to be just as smart. I need to follow them too!”. That’s what the Follow by friends is for.
After clicking on “Start following”, you will be taken to a list of followers whom @lovepeaceunity is also following back.
And as usual, based on your preferences, you start choosing whom to follow using the presets.
That’s all for now…
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Welcome to another tip dedicated to choosing followers to follow via Tweepi.
Today’s tip will be devoted to how to choose users whom you should follow when picking from your friend’s followers’ list.
I chose @bkmacdaddy because he is active and his followers like him and interact with him on a daily basis. When you decide to follow your friend’s followers, make sure you do the same!
Choosing from Your Friend's Followers
Now, using Tweepi presets, you can choose which followers to follow based on your preferences:
- If you want someone active, check his/her last tweet and the number of followers.
- If you want someone to retweet you, look for those with high influence.
- If you’re looking for valuable tweets, you should choose linkless ramblers…
And so on…
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Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions or tips you would like us to discuss!