It’s official, Lifehack community. Wall Street loves Twitter. Twitter Shares soared to as high as almost 73%; way above their initial offer. And this is just their first day on the stock market. Looking at it from an intellectual viewpoint, especially with this new development, we can’t take Twitter lightly. Consequently, we must know how to maximize our Twitter accounts and how to run it efficiently. One essential factor we must be aware of all the time is — the more followers you have, the more powerful you are on this hot and strongly established social media platform.
From all the facts gathered above, it’s always good to know the reasons why Tweeps un-follow you. It’s one way to find out how to maintain your existing followers, too. Intensify your focus now ’cause you can pick up insightful tips to avoid being unfollowed. Also, you will find out the most common reasons why Tweeps are turned off leading to them to unfollow you. By the way, this post I introduced is written by Urooj Kazi. Voracious reader. Social media eager beaver. Content Wiz at JustUnfollow – a friend management app for Twitter and Instagram. Have you joined our over 4 million users yet? Let’s pass the ball to Urooj now as she enlightens us regarding this subject.
Why do people unfollow you on Twitter? What drives people to hit the unfollow button? Why do some people show up on your unfollowers list on JustUnfollow? We decided to find out and who better to ask than the unfollowers themselves!
Earlier this month we asked our Twitter followers why they unfollow other users to solve the one question most Twitter users have – why did people unfollow me? Every individual twitter user has his/her own pet peeve and we’ve chosen the top most common ones for you to steer clear of.
Surprisingly, not many people cited unfollows as the reason for them unfollowing back. Goes to show that if your twitter account and tweets are interesting enough, you can actually get away with unfollowing people.
We took the results from our #JUQOW campaign for this question: “What is the ‘one’ reason why you unfollow people most often?” and made a concise presentation. Have a look (email subscribers, you might have to view this slideshow on the blog):
Essentially, you don’t need to worry about unfollowing people and clearing your twitter list. All you do need to worry about is the kind of twitter account you are building. Share interesting stuff, don’t bore, don’t annoy and don’t be rude and you’ll be good to go. Some may argue that these restrictions don’t leave a lot of space to move, but there are hundred thousands of successful Twitter accounts that lay that excuse redundant.