The idea for many Twitter users is to have a follow for a follow. You follow another account, but only if they follow you back as well.
With large accounts, it gets complicated to manage your Twitter followers and Unfollowers. Remember you follow that one account the other day, and they promised to follow you back? Now if only there wes a way to figure out easily if that account is still following you. Or to found out if one of the first accounts you ever followed, is still following you?
Twitter does not provide an easy way to manage your followers.
Well, this is the main use case for ManageFlitter. And this is what it is really good at.
How ManageFlitter works
ManageFlitter allows you to use advanced search features and selection features to perform the actions for the above strategy. For people to follow, you can search Twitter for accounts matching combinations of keywords in their bio, amount of followers, … You can also look at the Followers for a specific account or the people following it.
For unfollowing people you can analyse your Twitter tribe and find spammers, inactives, people not following back, accounts tweeting in a different language, etcetera.
What you do now is select the actions you want to perform and then “process” them manually. When you are following people, you select the accounts, queue them and then receive a list of follows to do. Whenever you click on a Follow button, the account disappears, and the next account moves into the place where it was.
This allows you (with a bit of practice) to do at least 100 accounts per minute. The same system applies for unfollows and other actions.
These are the common functions between the paid and the free accounts.
The free version allows you to unfollow up to 2000 accounts per day. More than enough for most!
Really handy functions to make sure your tweet counts!
Powerful tools to find the right people to follow as well!
If this sounds like you could train a monkey to do a large part of social media marketing (the clicking) – well, that’s true. What is also true, is that this strategy works really great. And a monkey still won’t tweet for you.
ManageFlitter has a well thought out design and manages to squeeze as much fun into the process as possible and produce an easy to use tool. This is an achievement, as most advanced Twitter marketing tools I know and depend on… well, most of them suck. They are hard to use, and the reason I use them is because there are no competitors. ManageFlitter is different. It is well thought out.
Even when it sometimes slows down a bit (not often) it displays humorous messages. There is an “entertainment mode” that let’s you watch videos while clicking. They manage to make you smile from time to time. With the dry and repetitive tasks that you perform with it, that is also an achievement.
Other useful features
ManageFlitter can do more. You can analyse your account and activity. You can send “Power Posts” – scheduled Tweets at times when most of your followers are online.
Quickly unfollow your unfaithful non-followers, no mercy! 🙂
You can easily handle multiple accounts.
And do you understand what it takes to go viral? Are you tweeting at the right time? Want to know how your tweets have engaged with your followers? Look no further!
I use many of these features – other tools offer them as well, but they don’t offer them with the same user friendly UI.
ManageFlitter can do more. You can analyse your account and activity.
Pricing – free version or paid?
The free version might get you started for a small account. The free version gives you many of the pro functionality. Try it out and see how you go, you can always upgrade later if you like, but to be honest, for some of my accounts I can easily do with the free version.
But once your accounts grow, you might need one of their paid offerings. Whatever you like.
If you are serious about growing your Twitter accounts, this tool pays for itself rapidly. Pricing for the paid accounts starts at 12$/month, but there are higher business accounts available.
ManageFlitter really is highly recommended, by myself and many of my colleagues and friends.