Sunday, May 27, 2012

Twitter House Cleaning - cool tools do the heavy lifting

I have about 1200 or so Tweeps and in the past I have tried to keep tabs when I get followed who the account is and if I really want them as part of my network.  

I've always felt that as long as they weren't sporting a picture of a bikini and repeated the same post over and over and over ( they call that SPAM?  right ? ) I would allow the follow.


But what I have noticed over the years is that I've let quite a few questionable accounts slip by and in some cases those that I have followed just seem to take up space.  I like an active network, one that is willing to engage, retweet and join in the conversation.

Twit Cleaner is a tool that does some deep cleaning and looks at a slew of account details which I never considered.  I finally feel that I can get my TwitterUniverse to a more zen like place and feel.  

Highly recommend the tool, looking forward to doing some house cleaning.

Be careful out there, and keep those lawn blades sharp!

Michael Sola finds solutions and can translate tech into english. He's a blogger, invited presenter and speaker, he knows how to listen - he also rarely has to show ID to walk into a pub.

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