You unfollowed me on Twitter. Sorry to see you go. What’s the problem?
Yes, I was using the application who.unfollowed.me and you must have been one of the people who came up. There are a lot of people who will follow you for a short time, and then unfollow you, simply so they have a lot more people to broadcast their message to. But these people don’t really want to read YOUR tweets, they just want to make sure that you see THEIRS.
I could be wrong, but I thought Twitter was supposed to be a social network. And I use it for a couple of reasons. 1) For news; plus…. I follow some of the bigger sites that constantly publish info for the crowd fifty and over. 2) To connect to individuals and groups who are like-minded.
I can’t begin to count the number of tweets I miss from like-minded people, because my newsfeed was choked with advertisements from people who wanted to get their message out to me, but had no intention of interacting or mixing with me.
I didn’t mean for you to take it personally, and I’m sorry, I don’t recall who you are or what organization you belonged to. But if you’re not going to be social, maybe you should avoid social media.
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