Twitter announced that they would remove locked accounts from follower counts on July 11th, 2018. Most of these accounts are fake, spam or inactive followers.
Twitter Statement: "Most people will see a change of four followers or fewer; others with larger follower counts may experience a more significant drop, We are removing locked accounts from follower counts."
To us, this was excellent news for the Twitter community because Twitter users regularly want to clean up their accounts. Although it is a good start, finding the locked accounts is not enough to clean up your Twitter account. Apart from locked ones, there are lots of suspended accounts, bots and inactive accounts which are mostly death account.
Circleboom, a Twitter account management tool, enables you to list and clean up your account from top to bottom. You can see fake accounts, inactive accounts which do not Tweet more than 30 days.
Circleboom list all inactive accounts on Grid to visit the accounts. In the meantime, every search results we displayed on the grid clearly displays the result’s profile picture, name, and location as well as a detailed profile link on it to help our users to check them based on their profile. Sometimes some of your listing accounts might be your friends, they are inactive users but also not locked, bot nor unreachable. Therefore always avoid from the bulk process, individually take a look to account profile.
With Circleboom, find & reach to the right audience by using smart tools. You can get in-depth analysis to find fake, spam, and talkative accounts which you've somehow followed effects your account's value.