- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unfollow.
“It interferes with your relationship with your friends and your audience," said Robert Scoble, a technology blogger with more than 100,000 followers on Twitter, who says he "unfollows" people on Twitter who send him ads.”
“Twunfollow sends you notices via e-mail any time anyone unfollows you on ...”
“Twunfollow sends you notices via e-mail any time anyone unfollows you on Twitter.”
“Katy Perry unfollows Russell Brand on Twitter RUSSELL Brand may have been the one to file for divorce but Katy Perry is the first to dissociate from her estranged husband on Twitter.”
“It seems the company got agitated after seeing over 6 million unfollows facilitated by ManageTwitter.”
“I just learned the service has received a notice from Twitter telling them that their ability to allow bulk unfollows is against the company's guidelines.”
“The Follow/UnFollower first follows you, then waits for you to follow back, then when you're not looking, unfollows you.”
“It unfollows everyone, deletes your posts, and closes your account.”
“Of course, if you're interested in doing penance, there are tools for tracking who unfollows you, and what tweet was the final straw.”
“However, I don't have a panic attack if someone unfollows me.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘unfollows’.
Words that people on Twitter don't think are words.
I wrote a little script that runs every day. It searches the Twitter API for tweets containing the words, "is not a word". Each (non...
hopefully the 12th edition will be better
this is all the new stuff I found
Looking for tweets for unfollows.