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Twitter Unfollow Tool to Find Who’s Not Following Back

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There’s no definite way on Twitter to find account who’s not following back your Twitter account. You can look at your followers and followings but not at those accounts who don’t follow back.

Some Twitter users follow many Twitter accounts to get follow backs when they are new to Twitter. But, when they don’t get enough follow backs, they want to unfollow the Twitter accounts who didn’t follow them back.

More often than not, if you’re on Twitter to grow your Twitter followers and promote your business, you want to maintain a healthy follower-following ratio. Getting rid of accounts who do not follow back requires you to use a Twitter unfollow tool.

Twitter unfollow tools help you get rid of fake Twitter followers or accounts who don’t follow back. These tools make it easy for you to spot your unfollowers and unfollow them. Simply put, using a Twitter unfollow tool can help you manage your Twitter followings efficiently.

Circleboom is a Twitter tool that offers a lot of Twitter functionalities like finding Twitter accounts who don’t follow back, scheduling tweets, and more.

Let me explain you in detail as to how you can use Circleboom and clean up your Twitter profiles from accounts who don’t follow back.

  • Use Circleboom “unfollow” feature to find those Twitter accounts who are not following back:

Log in to the Circleboom dashboard and go the “unfollow” tab on the left menu. Select “not following back” and you will get a list of all the Twitter accounts who you follow but they don’t.

twitter unfollow tool

Unfollow them from the Circleboom dashboard and clean your Twitter profile from accounts you’re not interested in.

who unfollowed me on Twitter

  • Whitelist Twitter Accounts you Don’t wish to Unfollow:

There are several Twitter accounts of celebrities, politicians, and brands that you follow to stay updated but they will most likely not follow you back.

To make sure that you keep all your interesting profiles in your list and don’t unfollow them, you can whitelist their account from the Circleboom dashboard.

While you’re selecting accounts to unfollow from the “not following back” list, there’s a green icon that helps you whitelist accounts. So, instead of unfollow, click on the green icon and those accounts will be whitelisted.

You can later visit the “whitelist” section under “unfollow” section to check your list of whitelisted accounts.

twitter unfollow tool

  • Be Mindful of Twitter Policies while Unfollowing Accounts:

Twitter has strict policies on how often you can unfollow accounts and how many accounts can be unfollowed at once. Twitter doesn’t permit bulk following and unfollowing and doing so can result in an immediate account suspension.

While there are no clear numbers on how many accounts can be unfollowed at a time, it’s best to not practice this aggressively. This is what Twitter has to say about following-unfollowing accounts:

“We monitor all accounts for aggressive following and follow churn (repeatedly following and unfollowing large numbers of other accounts). You can read more about these, but if you don’t follow or unfollow hundreds of accounts in a single day, and you aren’t using automated methods of following accounts, you should be fine.”

So, that’s a few simple steps on how Circleboom can help you with unfollowing Twitter accounts who don’t follow back. Check out other Twitter features of Circleboom before you signup for the free plan.

Update: We rolled out two brand new modules named “Search” and “Circle.” We display “the visit” button for the profiles that let you visit their profile and proceed with your follow/unfollow request on Twitter. Our tool is fully compliant with Twitter Policies and Rules now. Your account is safer against the suspension, and you can use it conveniently. We hope this version won’t be a problem in the future, and we believe it would be safer for your account.

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2 Comments

  1. Craig

    March 1, 2019 at 9:10 pm

    In Circleboom, there is a yellow comment box that says, “Talking too much” that appears on a few accounts I want to Unfollow—because they did not follow me back.

    What does that phrase mean?

    • Atakan Eser

      March 3, 2019 at 4:21 pm

      Some accounts may create too much noise, you may consider unfollowing them to keep your Twitter-feed clean. CircleBoom classifies your friends & followers as inactive Twitter accounts, talkative accounts, fakes, and spammers. So you can only focus on the right ones to unfollow.

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