5 Reasons Why Your Twitter Avatar Matters!

When using Tweepi, or any other following tools, your avatar can play a very important role in whether tweeps decide to follow you or not.

@beiruta - My Twitter Avatar

@beiruta - My Twitter Avatar

Here are 5 reasons why:

1. Recognition: It has been proven that human beings are wired in a manner which allows them to recognize and remember faces. Therefore, if you use a picture of your face in your avatar, you have a higher percentage of being remembered by your followers.

2. Expression: What your expression says in your avatar can actually be a factor in determining who follows you and why! Let’s say your smiling, a sincere smile is considered engaging and attracts people to you but a goofy smile might give off an unprofessional impression. Continue reading »

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Our Latest Addition to Tweepi: “My #Tweepi Dashboard”

Tweepi has a new delight for you: “My Tweepi Dashboard”.

Whether you don’t know whom to follow on Twitter or you need to track down the unfollowers or those followers you forgot to follow back, we have created a customized page – just for you! “My Tweepi Dashboard” enables you to follow up your account and help you clean it up and arrange it faster and more easily!

My Tweepi Dashboard

My Tweepi Dashboard

Hope you find this new feature useful!

Looking forward to any further suggestions you may have regarding Tweepi and its options and features :)

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Keeping Twitter Relevant: The Art of Unfollowing [Reblog]

As you all now by now, Tweepi is a Twitter tool created to help you follow and unfollow tweeps easily and effectively.

Unfollowing via Tweepi

Unfollowing via Tweepi

Recently, we came across an interesting post by Soren Gordhamer in which answers a very important question when using tools such as Tweepi “When do we decide to unfollow or no longer receive another user’s updates?”

Here is what Soren has to say as a response to this infamous question:

1. Update Overload – Hold Back on the Posts, Please!

I want to know what people are doing and thinking, but I do not want to hear every little thing. If someone discovers fifteen news items a day, I would rather they put some time and thought into choosing the best three to post, instead of submitting all fifteen.

Short updates (or tweets) on social networks like Twitter allow us to do something quite phenomenal: we can now quickly and easily transfer small amounts of data from our mind into someone else’s. Large numbers of tweets often reveals that someone gives little consideration to this privilege, and as a result easily overwhelms others with information.

I generally find that if a person regularly posts more than five times a day, it is more information than I am interested in consuming, and I tend to inflow. Continue reading »

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How to Clean Up Spammers Using Tweepi’s Presets (1)

Spam, spamming and spammers represent a huge controversial topic these days and Tweepi might just be the tool you are looking for to identify and cleanup spammers!

Since there are numerous ways to use Tweepi for identifying and cleaning up those annoying – good-for-nothing – spammers, we will dedicated this section to help you learn about each and every one of them!

Today, we will see how you can easily identify spammers using the number of followers vs. number of friends presets.

Identifying Spammers Through Followers Vs. Friends

The number of followers preset allows you to see the number of tweeps the user is following. When that number is very high compared to the number of tweeps following back, usually it means that this tweep is most likely a spammer!

Hope you enjoyed this tip…

Stay tuned for more tips to come and don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for us.

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