Why Twitter Users are searching for the answer to “Who Unfollowed Me and Why?”
Most of the Twitter users want to strengthen their audience. And the best way is increasing their followers with the right followers.
Having more followers on Twitter is essential to reach to a broader audience. People try different methods to gain followers and that is normal. However, some people want their “Twitter Friend” count to be fewer. Why is that?
The most important reason is, to be fame. Let’s accept that, people want to be fame, want to be followed and, the crowds follow famous people everywhere (on Twitter) to see how they live, what they share or learn how to be one like them. People have the idea of “if you have a higher follower/friend ratio, more popular you are.” It is the (Twitter) nature of being popular. Whereas famous people do not want to follow other users.
Having a high Twitter follower/friend ratio is a reflection of this basic human instinct which encourages you to be a famous person.
If people try to understand, they can see that it is only their ego.
The main reason for social media is to reach more people. The way to do it is to have more followers. It is normal to want
your follower count to be as much as possible to deliver your message. However, having lots of friends does not affect your purpose. Only the quality and the number
of your followers will determine how many audiences you’ll reach. That’s why you should also follow your followers.
There are two main reasons to find out “Who unfollowed me and why?”;
- People feel important when they are seen as popular. It is not a must to accomplish your goals. The real thing is to focus on having “quality” followers related to your main purpose. To find the right audience, focus on “Circleboom Smart Search” filters.
- Twitter has an upper limit to follow someone for most of its userbase. When people hit this limits, the first thing they do is to unfollow some of the followers who are not following them back. So they can follow new people. After they unfollow enough people, they start to unfollow fake and inactive accounts. When you think there are too many accounts suspended or closed by Twitter, it is reasonable to hunt for them and unfollow them. You should check out Circleboom’s “Who to unfollow” filters.
As Circleboom, we provide you with many filters and options to help you unfollow the correct profiles. So you can decide who to unfollow first.
Here is a hidden gem we’d like to talk about, a Circleboom filter that we haven’t mentioned before. Use “Don’t show the profiles I’ve just followed within last 1- 60 day(s)” filter when you’re on any “Unfollow Page.” The reason for that, some of the people you follow may not be much active. Sometimes they do not see the notification that you followed them. On the unfollow page you can set the number of days, and filter out these people to prevent an unfollow action by mistake.
To reach a broader audience and find the right people to follow or unfollow, you can always use Circleboom for free.
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