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  • n. One who is followed (has his/her posts monitored by another user).


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follow +‎ -ee


  • "Do you clean them with colgate sic or polish?" wondered Holmes, via his pseudonym @ste_101, and something struck a chord: within minutes, the 19-year-old Nottingham university student had become Kanye's one and only "followee".

    The Guardian World News

  • Conan O'Brien's lone Twitter followee: 'It's totally nuts'

    The Green Bay Press-Gazette Latest Headlines

  • The flaw is somewhat mitigated by the fact that Buzz is an opt-in service - both the follower and the followee have to agree to create a "public profile with [their] name and photo" before activating Buzz - but nowhere in the documentation provided on Google's site does it explain that this will also publicise your connections to others. Feed

  • But really, when your follower: followee ratio starts to get high, how are you supposed to listen to all those messages?

    social media marketing agency ??? Vanksen|Culture-buzz

  • Maybe I'm an old fogey, but without some kind of term-based filter or way to separate threads by the followee - it's a real pain.

    WebProNews Feed

  • Once that happens, the followee will then receive some compensation from Covestor based on the follower's performance.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Especially if your follower / followee ratio is approaching spam-like proportions.

    Thornley Fallis

  • By now, many of you are familiar with the at symbol "@" which provides instructions to Twitter to direct your response to a particular follower / followee on your Twitter interface.

    News10Now - TOP STORIES

  • Next to each name it will tell you your follower / followee status, so you can quickly see where the relationships are lopsided -- where you follow people who don't reciprocate, and vice versa.

  • … aargh b in my previous post should read low followee , high follower

    Attention + Influence do not equal Authority « BuzzMachine


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