How many times have you seen your Facebook friend’s list or Twitter’s following numbers suddenly go down but you don’t know who defriended you? You realized that some photo, caption or post pushed them to unfollow you.
There are all kinds of reasons you may want to learn who has unfollowed your social media account. Are you worried about your personal brand and want to know if it’s your behavior that’s causing people to turn tail and run? Perhaps it’s your high school friends that have chosen to move forward away from you.
Whatever the reason you want to know, it’s not that hard to find out who left your circle of friends and followers.
Who Left Your Twitter Account?
IF you want to know who unfollowed you on Twitter, the “Who Unfollowed Me” basic service can easily be used to learn the information. All you need to do is visit the website, connect your Twitter account to it and wait. You’ll learn who is following you. When you log back in, you can run the old followers’ list against the new one and you’ll know who left.
This service is useful to track people who follow you in the hopes that you’ll follow them back. The “Who Unfollowed Me” program also has a premium service that keeps track of the unfollowers, not just telling you who unfollowed you lately.
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Who Left Your Facebook Account?
This is a bit more difficult because Facebook often involves real friend. You shouldn’t view the situation as being unfriended but more like unfollowed. Deleted adds a Chrome extension that lets you know when a friend has left you.
The program shows you if they deleted you or if they deactivated their account. The election season brought on a plethora of notifications that friends un-friended friends; but, in reality, they actually deactivated their account. Knowing the truth could leave you with some emotional fallout so be mindful of that.
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