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On Twitter, is there an easy way to unfollow users not also following me – or at least get a list of such users I'm following where there isn't reciprocation?

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One great option is

In addition to showing you people that don't follow you back, it also has an easy way to follow or unfollow people directly from its interface. The downside is that it requires you to log in, whereas does not.

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On the bright side, thanks to logging in, you also get to follow and unfollow people right from the Tweepsect interface. :) – shazow Jul 30 '13 at 21:01 is best for managing friends and followers

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WhoUnfollowedMe, one of those unfollower-trackers, also shows a list of people you follow that aren't following you back.

(EDIT: It also offers unfolliwing directly from their interface)

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A very simple website that allows you to do this is Twitter Karma. You can see who are following you and you're not following, who are you following and isn't following, and some other options...

It allows Bulk follow, Bulk block, and used to provide a Bulk unfollow feature too, but it is no longer available because it is against Twitter's Automation Rules and Best Practices.

It currently allows you to manual follow/unfollow users by one click.

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I use twidium It has four important features I need – mass following, list following, unfollowing and the project planner.

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another easy tool for unfollow twitter users EasyUnFollow

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – Dez Oct 22 '12 at 4:01

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