Twitter Unfollow Tips for 2020
New year, but same old problems? Well, Twitter unfollow is a constant issue for many Twitter users ever since they join Twitter. When you lose followers despite doing everything right, it can be frustrating.
Another issue follows when you want to unfollow Twitter accounts who unfollowed you or don’t follow back. This can be troublesome as there’s no way to know on Twitter who unfollowed you unless you have memorized it. Also, once you have followed an account, you cannot know how genuine or real those accounts are unless you perform a Twitter audit.
The problems are countless, but thankfully we have some amazing Twitter unfollow tips to solve all your issues. The tips below will help you sail through Twitter even when it gets windy and followers/unfollowers make it hard for you to go forward.
Twitter Unfollow Tip #1: Unfollow Non-English Accounts:
Have you mistakenly followed a lot of Twitter accounts that are not English-speaking and you just don’t get their tweets? With Circleboom’s unfollow non-English accounts feature, you can spot and unfollow all non-English accounts in a few minutes.
To unfollow non-English accounts, go to your Circleboom dashboard, select “The Circle” -> “Non-English Accounts.” Circleboom will list all the Twitter accounts who you follow and are non-English. You can Visit their accounts by clicking on the red button and unfollow them.
Twitter Unfollow Tip #2: Unfollow Fake/Spam/Inactive Twitter Accounts:
It’s easy on Twitter to confuse fake accounts with real accounts as they are made to look like real accounts. Many Twitter users end up following bot accounts or spam accounts when following on Twitter. Inactive Twitter accounts are also not follow-worthy as these accounts have not used Twitter over a long time or they are not regular Twitter users.
To quickly get rid of these accounts, you can use Circleboom’s unfollow fake/spam accounts feature. Go to Circleboom -> The Circle -> Fake/Spam. If you follow any fake accounts, Circleboom will list them here. If you don’t, a message will be shown saying that all your accounts are fake/spam free.
Twitter Unfollow Tip #3: Unfollow Noisy/Overactive Accounts:
The kind of Twitter accounts everyone wants to get rid of! Yes, noisy Twitter accounts are those accounts that send more than 20 tweets per day hence, filling your entire Twitter feed.
Circleboom allows you to easily get rid of overactive accounts as their algorithm shortlists highly active accounts for you. To get rid of spammers, go to your Circleboom dashboard, select Circle -> Overactives to get a list of overactive accounts you follow.
Twitter Unfollow Tip #4: Use Filters and Search to Shortlist Followers:
Would you like to unfollow specific accounts based on location? Or unfollow them as you don’t want to be associated with particular keywords? Circleboom can help you filter or search for specific data amongst all your followers using the search bar.
The search bar would use the search term and scan all your followers to give a filtered result. For example, when you search for “United Kingdom,” all the accounts you follow from the United Kingdom will be listed.
Circleboom’s search icon is the fastest way to find accounts on your list. If you only want to search for verified accounts, you can also do that by selecting “Show only verified” while looking at all your followers’ list.
To be easily able to unfollow Twitter accounts without wasting time and energy is a blessing. And, with the tips above, I’m sure you will be able to make the most of your time.
If you have doubts following any of the methods above, please let me know in the comments below.
Originally published at https://blog.circleboom.com on February 14, 2020.