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"
Hope you found my tip useful.
Don’t hesitate to ask me any questions you have in the comments section below :)
Posted in Clean up your Twitter, Tips and Tricks
Tagged active, date, howto, presets, tips, Tweepi, Tweeps, tweet, Twitter, unfollow, unfollowing
Your influence on Twitter is not measured by the number of people following you, it’s measured by your ability to influence your followers. To increase your influence on Twitter, you should consider catering to niches. You can do that by creating Twitter accounts for each topic that you want to talk about instead of discussing them all through a single account.
This is a good idea for the same reason that it is a good idea to have clearly indicated sections in a newspaper. This way, those who are only interested in reading about the economy don’t have to weed through the sport news item to find their economical news.
So, if your business wants to offer customer service along side the accounts role in PR, consider creating 2 accounts even though they are managed by a single person. To simplify managing multiple accounts you should consider using services such as Hootsuite to help you achieve that task.
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What are the best Twitter practices an active tweep can carry out to make the best out of his/her overall Twitter usage?
Tweepi will help you figure out the answer for this question by sharing with you our list of top 10 Twitter Dos!
1. Show your gratitude: As prayers are important in life, “thank you” mentions are as important on Twitter!
@han_dry giving thanks :)
2. Send out love and smiles: You might think it’s lame, but gathering a group of people who bring a smile to your face, through their tweets, and sending them a smile every once in a while makes a huge difference.
3. Greet Your Fellow Tweeps: – with “good morning” and “good night” messages as often as you can, let people feel that you do care to greet them and not just advertise to them!
4. Be Creative! Why stick to the traditional already available hash tags and follow recommendations? Create your own! Continue reading
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Tagged active, advice, communication, creative, experience, greetings, personal, spam, tips, Tweepi, Tweeps, Twitter
Just like any other social interaction, there are certain rules and criteria which are favorable when using Twitter.
Because Tweepi is not just a tool, but a new way of using Twitter, we will share with you some Twitter etiquette – in the form of tips – which could help you better benefit from your tweeting experience.
1. Retweet other like you want to be retweeted!
It is easy, simple and takes one click yet makes a lot of difference. Always remember that if you want other to retweet you, you should do the same.
2. Thank tweeps in various ways:
Whether someone retweeted you, mentioned you or recommended you, it is nice to thank them in return. Your thank you could be in the form of a short tweet followed by a gratitude hashtag, or it could be a counter retweet, mention or recommendation. Continue reading
Posted in Tips and Tricks
Tagged abuse, advertising, block, DM, FFHelper, follow, gratitude, mentions, reciprocate, recommendation, replies, retweets, thank you, tips, tool, Tweepi, Tweeps, tweets, Twitter, unfollow
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!
Hope you enjoyed this tip…
Stay tuned for more tips to come and don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for us.
Posted in Clean up your Twitter
Tagged cleanup, followers, friends, number, presets, spam, spammers, tips, Tweepi, Tweeps, tweets, Twitter