When someone follows you on Twitter, you will receive a notification email about the follower. However, that’s not the case if someone unfollows you. Normally, most people don’t care who is following or not following them on Twitter, but if you’re a social media maniac then you probably do. To track who unfollowed you on Twitter lately is going to require some third party tools since Twitter doesn’t offer the feature, and here we have a list of 3 guaranteed to help you keep track of the Twitter quitters.
JustUnfollow is a handy online utility that helps users find out if any of their followers has unfollowed them on Twitter. All you have to do is visit JustUnfollow’s website and authorize it with you Twitter account. After authorization, it will show you a list of everyone who was previously a follower, and no longer is. Another good thing about the service is that it helps discover how many current followers are no longer active on Twitter. It even shows the featured (i.e. “interesting”) users which are supposedly worth following in the webapp’s sidebar.
2. Who Unfollowed Me
Just like JustUnfollow, Who Unfollowed Me helps users find out detailed information about the followers who stopped following. It tracks who is following you, who unfollowed you, people you should follow, and much more. You can even check the list of people who have unfollowed you in the past 7 days. To get started visit Who Unfollowed Me homepage and login with your Twitter account. It will redirect you to Who Unfollowed Me homepage from where you can track you followers and check people who you are not following from your followers. If this is your first time using this service, it will not show you results instantly. It will take some time for the service to track your followers.
Nobody likes a quitter, and even worse is a Qwitter! If you are not satisfied with the performance of the services mentioned above, you can give Qwitter a try. Its yet another tool that allow users to find out if anyone has unfollowed you on Twitter. The service offers multiple plans: Free, and Paid starting from $2 per month. With Paid Qwitter, you can add multiple accounts and it updates daily with the list of followers. But if you use one account, the paid plan is totally unnecessary. To grab it just head over to Qwitter homepage and login with your Twitter account. You have to specify your email address, and once input the service will email you weekly lists of people who unfollowed you.
There you have it folks, some free yet useful tools to help you track your Twitter followers. If there is any other tool worth mentioning, please call it out in the comments below and perhaps we can add it to the list!