Well, I am about to share with you, which is really interesting and yet super effective when it comes to managing your networks on Facebook and Twitter. How many times we wonder about the number of friends we have on Facebook but do you know how many of your friends have actually taken you off the friends list? Which are your followers decided to stop following you on Twitter?
So let’s start with Facebook. Simple step – go to Unfriend finder and install the app on your facebook account. This app tracks who has unfriended you. The app records after the first time you log in. So make sure you come back and keep an eye on your “Unfriendings”
Let’s talk about Twitter account – there are 2 ways you can find out this information.
The simplest way is to go to http://who.unfollowed.me/ and check who unfollowed you, who is not following you back and more. You do not have to create any account here. This site gives you following information:
Who Unfollowed Me : Check who unfollowed you on twitter at the click of a button. We’ll compare your current follower list with the last time you checked and display up to 100 unfollowers. We can’t display data of suspended users, or anyone that has unfollowed you from before you were using who.unfollowed.me.
Who’s not following me back : See up to 100 people who you are following, but aren’t following you back. Click on their image to go to their twitter.com profile to unfollow.
Who I’m not following back : See up to 100 people who are following you, but you aren’t following back. Click on their image to go to their twitter.com profile to follow.
Unfollower history : We’ll show you the last 7 days of unfollowers, based on the checks you have done.
Go to https://www.twentyfeet.com/ and create and account or login with FB or Twitter credentials
This site provides incredible information about your accounts (FB and Twiter) and also provides an activity stream too which gives detailed information about the changes. Here is a snapshot from my stream:
Here is a small video which highlights how this tool, especially activity stream works:
The activity stream of TwentyFeet is the core of the application’s value. It uses scientifically grounded methods to calculate such results, an example of which you can see here:
“Your followers for my twitter account changed noteworthily. Expected was: -3 to +8.” The value 9 is above the expected range. That’s why it is marked with a green arrow. Values that are particularly outstanding are marked with a golden crown for extremely good or a black flash for extremely bad.
So now you are all set to be a more informed influencer. Happy Social!