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Tool for tracking time between follow and unfollow in Twitter?

By bowjest ·
I've been asked to manage the twitter accounts for a couple of local charities.

They all already have 100+ followers, but things have stagnated. I would like to find a way to follow accounts and then come back again after a week or so and - if we have not been followed back - unfollow these accounts.

I'm hoping there is a tool or something that will allow me to do this without having to make a manual list of follows and then consult this again in a week or so to unfollow. The charities have quite a few accounts they want to follow that they know will never follow them back, so I don't want to unfollow everyone who isn't following back, just the new accounts I'm starting to follow going forward.

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RE: Tool for tracking time between follow and unfollow in Twitter?

Hello, There are tools available for the tracking unfollow in twitter but I don't know about if there is any tool which can tell the time of follow and unfollow. So, if you get it please also share here.


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by bowjest In reply to RE: Tool for tracking tim ...

Thanks for your input.

If I find such a tool, I will definitely share it.


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