Apr 21 Posted 4 years ago
Are you really following 700 people, or is that just how many accounts to which you're subscribed? How many of them are active, and how many of those are you really keeping up with as they scroll past?
Also, there can be "active" users who follow many people but have no followers themselves. (I wouldn't call them tweeters, though, if they never said anything) And there are certainly active tweeters who don't follow anyone themselves; many corporate role accounts and some celebrities (or their handlers).
Apr 5 Posted 4 years ago
What about lists? I find that a lot of people follow lists instead of people, because of the automatic subjectfiltering
Apr 1 Posted 4 years ago
Some people follow none and aren't followed either.
But still they use Twitter. They recall a few names from their memory, use hashtags or the search function.
I do this too. I do read sometimes people their tweets while I'm not following them.
However, Twitter is certainly having many death accounts.
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