Another learning moment regarding Twitter thanks to Sue Waters… Twitter Karma is a superb tool for managing your Twitter contacts. It is web-based and lets you filter your contacts, so you can see very quickly who is following you but you are not following. You can click a contact to visit their Twitter page in a new browser window, and select checkboxes to bulk follow.
It also lets you see who you are following but is not following you. Here’s my current partial list!
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Twitter Karma is great. Now if Twitter could alphabetically arrange followers that would save a great deal of searching as you go trying to find the little itty bitty icon of a follower for a direct message.
Wesley, thanks for the great write-up on Twitter Karma!
AllanahK, Twitter Karma can show you your contacts in alphabetically sorted order. Just click the “sort by” drop-down and select ascending or descending, your choice.