Are you wondering how to get rid of all those Twitter accounts that don’t follow you back? It’s quite simple if you use the right Twitter unfollow tool.
If using Twitter unfollow tools ring a bell to you with the shutdown of Twitter apps like ManageFlitter and Crowdfire this year, then I know you have been spending time finding your ideal Twitter tool too.
A month ago, Twitter cut off API access to some of the Twitter follow/unfollow apps in a step to curb automation and spam on the platform. Many Twitter users who were relying on the third-party apps to manage their Twitter unfollowers suddenly felt lost.
The good thing is that not all Twitter management tools are gone. There are Twitter unfollow apps like Circleboom that strictly follow Twitter rules and policies so none of their customers suffer.
Circleboom is a complete Twitter management tool that can help you with:
- Following Twitter accounts in your niche by finding accounts by keywords and hashtags. You can type in the keywords prominent in your niche to find like-minded accounts.
- Unfollowing Twitter accounts not following back, fake, and inactive Twitter accounts.
- Scheduling all your tweets with their tweet scheduler. Their RSS automation allows you to connect RSS feeds of multiple websites to your Twitter account.
- Analyzing your Twitter account with Circleboom gives you complete insight on your tweet performance.
Given all the features of Circleboom, let’s look in detail as to how it can help you unfollowing non-followers:
Circleboom Unfollow Feature to get rid of Non-Followers:
- Go to Circleboom.com. Authorize with your Twitter credentials to access Circleboom. To log in, click one of the blue buttons or login button on the homepage.
- Once you enter the details, Circleboom will sync your account details and you will be logged in to your Circleboom dashboard.
- Click on the menu on the left-hand side of Circleboom’s Dashboard. Click the “Unfollow” tab on it to access the drop-down options. Click on “Not Following Back.”
- You can now see all the Twitter accounts that you follow but they don’t follow you back. Next to every Twitter account you can see a red button that says “Unfollow.” Clicking on the red button will make you unfollow that Twitter account.
- If there are a few Twitter accounts that you never wish to unfollow, you can add them to Circleboom’s white list and they will not show up in any unfollow accounts’ list.
- You can also track all your unfollowers on the list by using The Grid Powers search among your unfollowers.
Here’s a video tutorial on using Circleboom’s unfollow feature:
Can you Mass Unfollow with Circleboom?
Mass unfollow makes unfollowing on Twitter a one-click process. Despite the ease associated with the process, it’s not permitted by Circleboom as it violates Twitter policies.
Twitter clearly states against bulk unfollow using any third-party apps and Circleboom app refrains from any bulk automation on their dashboard.
Here’s what Twitter has to say about aggressive unfollowing on the platform:
“If you decide to follow someone and then change your mind later, you can just visit the person’s profile page and unfollow them. Aggressive follow churn is when an account repeatedly follows and then unfollows a large number of accounts. This may be done to get lots of people to notice them, to circumvent a Twitter limit, or to change their follower-to-following ratio. These behaviors negatively impact the Twitter experience for other people, are common spam tactics, and may lead to account suspension.”
Circleboom completely abides by Twitter policies and the app only allows you to unfollow accounts by unfollowing each account at a time.
To make sure you don’t accidently unfollow a huge number of accounts, Circleboom adds every account that you unfollow to a queue. On the basis of your account limits as determined by Twitter, Circleboom sends your unfollow request to the platform. This process makes sure that your account is safe from suspension.
All good things in life are free and so is the basic plan of Circleboom. Circleboom’s free plan allows you up to 325 unfollow. To unfollow more than 325 accounts, you can upgrade to their paid plan.
You can take up their annual plans to save some money if you plan to use the Twitter tool all-year-round.
Here’s the pricing structure of Circleboom and the features provided:
Are you Ready to clean your Twitter account from Non-Followers?
I hope with the processes above, I have clearly explained how you can use Circleboom to your benefit. It acts as a complete Twitter tool and you can use to manage your Twitter account and not just for unfollowing.
If you have any questions regarding Circleboom, you can share them in the comments below.