If used right,unfollowing you on twitter can bring lots of traffic to your blogs, period.
Most bloggers tend to use social media platforms to bring traffic to their blogs, and few of them do it all wrong when it comes to driving traffic from twitter.
If you want to get more traffic from twitter, try to find out who is unfollowing you first. You can better understand why you are not getting enough traffic from twitter once you are done with it.
But how to know who is unfollowing you on twitter?
Luckily, there are several tools to help you get this done.
Tools to help you find out who is unfollowing you on twitter
Here are few FREE tools that will help you find out the people who are unfollowing your on twitter.
All the above tools allow you to discover people who don’t follow you or who do follow you and unfollow them.
Why Everyone Is Unfollowing You On Twitter?
You’re not tweeting anything useful
This is the primary reason for most people to unfollowing you on twitter.
There are several cases in this scenario.
- You just don’t know how to use twitter to get traffic
- You find it uneasy to twitter
- You don’t get any response on twitter
- You don’t spend enough time on twitter
- You share whatever comes to your mind
Try to avoid the above cases to build great reputation for yourself on twitter. Observe any successful person who got tons of followers on twitter, either they are extremely good at what they do or they share the BEST stuff to their followers to excel in their fields.
That’s why you need to focus on giving your best to make every tweet count.
You’re tweeting MORE often
Indirectly you’re spamming your followers twitter feeds.
Who likes to get lots of tweets from a single person?
Well, I personally hate when someone (whom I follow on twitter) tweets excessively. I saw few people who tweets more than 30 times a day. Yea, you heard it right, it’s 30.
If you want to get more followers on twitter, don’t tweet too often. Instead tweet only when you find extremely great contents. And tweet them occasionally or schedule your tweets using TweetDeck (it’s one of my favorite tools to organize social media stuff).
You’re self-promoting – unfollowing you on twitter
You care ONLY about your links, blog posts or videos.
Seriously, who cares when you solely promote your stuff?
Even though you’re good at your field, don’t self-promote. Instead, spend time to tweet others stuff. This way you will be able to gain your followers credibility on twitter.
If someone’s promoting your contents on a regular basis, instead of saying just a thanks, find out more about them and share their BEST stuff to encourage them to promote your contents more often on twitter.
This is the smart strategy to get more people to tweet about your stuff in less time.
You don’t care about your followers
When you share and tweet other bloggers content, they will be more likely in turn to follow you and help you out.
Win/win approach always works in blogging. Whether you are interested in promoting others stuff or not, you MUST care about your twitter followers if you don’t want them to unfollow you.
Yes, I know, few people simply unfollow on twitter just because you are not following them back. In this case, I would suggest you NOT to care about them. Because they are worthless.
All you need is those people who can share your stuff and who can help you spread your ideas all over the blogosphere, not random people.
Try to interact with other bloggers in your niche on twitter and do it often. Try to promote their posts, videos or audios to help them spread their work with your twitter followers.
You will certainly notice great results once you start helping others.
In a nutshell: Twitter is all about a win/win approach. No one likes to follow you if you are self-promotional, inconsistent, and spammer (Who tweets excessively per day). Always share the best stuff and schedule your tweets in advance to stop others unfollowing you on twitter.