Apr 182011
 
When someone becomes your follower on Twitter, how do you respond to the follow?   Do you return the follow by accepting each one individually when they come through to your email?  If you do, you are going to be excited over this website. Your Tweeter Karma can help you with this daunting task. And, the best part is it is FREE to use with the option of donating if you wish.

You will need to allow the application to sign in to your Twitter account and then you click on “Whack!” It will take a little time for the application to pull up all your followers and who you follow.  From there, you can make the choice of seeing ‘only followers’.  From there, all you need to do is click on ‘follow’ to follow that follower back.

Hope you find this site useful, I do.

  6 Responses to “Your Tweeter Karma”

Comments (6)
  1. Hello,
    Following you from the hop! Please stop by and say hi…You blog is adorable! Thanks and have a great day!
    Maureen- Areyouamom.com

  2. Some bloggers say they use applications to follow people back and they must not work because they haven't ever followed back. I've actually stopped using a couple people's twitter linkies because they don't return follows when they say they do.

  3. Howdy! Thanks for following my blog, out returning the favor! Happy blogging!

  4. Thanks for this info, I'll check it out!

  5. @lovinangels…the application I reference follows back, but you have to manually click on follow. It's very simple as all your followers can be shown on one page. Where I have lost some faith…is the blog hops. One weekend I joined over 100 blogs, left a comment saying I had with a link back to my site, and I didn't even hit 30 return follows. I was pretty discouraged at that point. I have sense entered more hops but have found I don't get the return follows for the amount of blogs I follow. It amazes me how everyone wants to have followers but don't want to show the love in return. Sometimes, I feel it's just rude:-(

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