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How to spot and remove Twitter (X) followers who don't engage!

. 5 min read

Do you have many silent followers who don't engage with your content! Find and remove all of them with Circleboom! ⬇️

Aren't you tired of tweeting but getting no response at all? It's no different than speaking in a crowded room, but everyone just ignores you.

Having a lot of inactive followers who don't engage with your tweets is pretty much the same. Maybe, you regularly tweet and post even attractive tweets, but you don't get the engagement or popularity you deserve.

Apart from your own account, I'm sure you've already encountered accounts with the same issue. I've seen, for instance, loads of Twitter (X) users with thousands of followers who get 20-30 likes on average for their tweets.

There are two main reasons why this is the case. The followers are either

In either case, the Twitter accounts with low engagement rates due to inactive/fake followers give a negative impression on the outside. This is both annoying and harmful, especially if you're using Twitter as a showcase of your online identity.

Plus, if you also happen to utilize the platform for marketing purposes (like influencer and affiliate marketing), brands check your follower count and engagement rates. They then decide if you're a suitable person to promote their products.

So, it's highly crucial to spot and list inactive followers who don't engage with your tweets and lower your engagement rates.

Nevertheless, checking every single follower of yours and detecting if they're active on Twitter is just a hell of a pain! Plus, if you have loads of followers who don't engage with your posts, it takes forever to spot them.

Instead, Circleboom Twitter analyzes your followers and automatically spots and lists your inactive followers. This allows you to quickly identify your inactive followers who decrease your engagement rates.

Circleboom Twitter

Circleboom enables users, brands, and SMBs to grow and strengthen their Twitter accounts.


In this article, I'll show you how to use Circleboom Twitter to manage your inactive followers who don't engage and boost your Twitter performance.

Let's get going!

How do you detect and remove inactive Twitter followers in seconds with Circleboom Twitter?

Circleboom Twitter allows you to list and clean up your followers and friends. Because Circleboom can detect and remove silent and inactive and overactive Twitter accounts, you can easily find and list your inactive accounts on Twitter quickly and safely.

Here are the simple steps you need to take to do so:

Step #1: Authenticate your Twitter account by logging into the Circleboom dashboard. Or create your own account if you don't have one yet.

It will take just a few seconds.

Circleboom Twitter

Step #2: Click on the menu on the left of your dashboard, select "Followers," and tag "All My Followers." Finally, you'll see a list of your followers.

Circleboom Twitter will list all your followers to filter them and list inactive ones.

Circleboom Twitter Dashboard

Step #3: If you want to find only inactive accounts, you should click on the " Inactive Accounts" at the left menu.

Yet, keep in mind that Circleboom Twitter also allows you to list fake and overactive, egghead, and verified accounts. Plus, you can sort your followers by keyword to narrow down your results.

Inactive Twitter followers

Step #4: After the followers are listed, you can select some or all of them.

Then, you only need to click on the red "Remove Selected Followers" button and remove them!

Remove Selected Followers
Note: Circleboom lists all inactive Twitter accounts by analyzing them. Meanwhile, every search result that we view on the grid clearly shows the result profile image, name, and place, as well as a comprehensive profile link to help our users verify it based on their profile. 

How to Manage Inactive Twitter Accounts with the iOS App of Circleboom Twitter

Circleboom Twitter's iOS app lets you find, and list inactive followers on mobile iOS devices.

Here are the steps for doing so:

Step #1: Log into Circleboom's iOS app on your device.

Log into Circleboom app

Step #2: Use the Search menu to list all your followers.

List all Twitter followers

Here you can use "Filter Options" to list only inactive Twitter followers.

Filter inactive Twitter followers

Step #3: Lastly, select some or all of them and list inactive Twitter accounts.

List inactive Twitter followers

All in All

Low reactions from followers are upsetting and annoying. It feels like you speak before an audience, and they focus on something else.

Posting tweets with many inactive followers who don't engage with them is pretty much the same thing.

This becomes a serious issue apart from being an annoying nuance in your life if you use Twitter for marketing purposes or if you use the platform for showcasing yourself.

For all these reasons, it is essential to detect and list inactive followers who don't engage with your tweets and lower your engagement rates.

Yet, constantly checking all followers if they're active or not is just exhausting! Plus, if you have loads of followers, it takes forever to detect & list them.

Instead of spending long hours checking your Twitter accounts, Circleboom Twitter offers a remarkable feature that allows you to investigate your followers and spot your inactive followers (in seconds).

Circleboom Twitter helps instantly detect inactive followers after listing them for you. This saves you from loads of followers that decrease your engagement rates and optimizes your Twitter profile.

What's more, identifying inactive accounts that don't engage will give you a better follow/following ratio and an accurate estimation of your Twitter connections.

Lastly, I'd like to remark that Circleboom is a high-esteemed and popular social media management tool on the market. Today, it's trusted and used by various companies like Netflix and Roche.

Kevin O. Frank

Co-founder and Product Owner @circleboom #DataAnalysis #onlinejournalism #DigitalDiplomacy #CrisesCommunication #newmedia

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