Twitter Management Tool: Manage Flitter

One of the biggest hurdles people have when trying to get past the Twitter follow limit is actually knowing how to unfollow the number they need to unfollow so they can follow more people.

If you aren’t familiar with the follow limits you cannot follow more than 5000 people without having near to that number following you back.  There isn’t an exact number as it is different for each account.

The other follow limit is that you can’t follow more than 1000 accounts per day. This is a limit from Twitter but if you don’t have a large account I wouldn’t be following more than 50 to 100 people each day as you don’t want Twitter to suspend your account for following too many people at once.

I use the Manage Flitter app to:

  • Clean up and manage who I follow – to make sure I am following people that are active, have profile images and speak English.
  • Find out who isn't following me back.
  • Find out which inactive accounts I follow.

In this video I teach you how to use Manage Flitter to help you get past the Twitter limit. It is one of the main Twitter tools I use to manage Twitter followers.

What other tools are you using to manage your social media? I would love to hear about them.

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Stacey Myers

Coaching entrepreneurial women who have decided that mediocrity is no longer an option. From ordinary to extraordinary.

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  1. I have used Manage Flitter for years now!

    It recommends that i “unfollow” some big names because they do not follow me back, however, I still enjoy following them and seeing what they write.

  2. Great idea! And I was just thinking the other day that I might want to unfollow some people. For example, I was very interested in Paleo a couple of years ago and followed several accounts. Now people follow me because of their interest in it, and I realized it must be because of my following some of those accounts.

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