Crowdfire (earlier known as JustUnfollow) lets you unfollow users who have unfollowed you or are not following you back and follow users who are following you. Most importantly, Crowdfire helps you reach out to the right people, and grow on social network.
No. This isn't a bulk unfollow tool (that's spammy!). Once logged in to Crowdfire, you can choose the users to unfollow.
Yes, you can see all the non-followers. Free users have a limit on the number of follows/unfollows per day. There are paid plans to remove all such limits. Currently, free users can follow/unfollow up to 50 users per day without needing to pay any money.
Fans are the users who follow you but are not followed back by you. You can view all such users by clicking on the 'Show Fans' button.
Sometimes, you may not want to unfollow some non-followers like celebrities, close friends etc. In such cases, you can add them to Whitelist. When you whitelist a user, we will not show him/her as a suggestion to unfollow even if (s)he unfollows you.
When you do not wish to follow a user, you can add them to Blacklist. When you blacklist a user, we will not show him/her as a suggestion to follow even if (s)he is following you.
Friend Check lets you check your relationship with any Twitter user. You can check the relationship between any two users as well.
Copy Followers is one of our awesomest and greatest feature ever! You can follow any Twitter/Instagram users followers. Just enter the Twitter/Instagram username and we will fetch the followers of that user and display them to you.
Though this seems simple, behind the scenes a lot of things happen. We will pull the followers of the Twitter account you enter and apply a set of rules so that we show you only the best users among them.
In short, we try to show you the users who are more active. These users are most likely to look into your profile and probably follow you back if they find you interesting and genuine.
To add multiple Twitter accounts, you will need an upgraded Crowdfire account. Have a look at the pricing plans page to decide which plan you'll need to purchase based on the number of Twitter accounts you wish to add. To add your account:
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > On the left side of the screen, right where you can see your current account, click on the down arrow > Click on Add Account > Choose the social network Twitter or Instagram > You'll be asked to authorize Crowdfire to track that account. That's it!
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on your plan right on top (it will be a button with your plan's name) > In the page that opens next, unsubscribe from your current plan by clicking on Unsubscribe below that plan > Once the unsubscription is complete, return to the pricing plans page > Click on Upgrade below the account you want to upgrade to and make the appropriate payment.
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on Automate (the last option in the left menu) > Check the box next to Auto DM > Add the text you'd like to DM to your new followers > Click Save.
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on Automate (the last option in the left menu) > Check the box next to Tweet my unfollower and follower stats > Select Daily or Weekly from the drop down menu > Click Save.
Only available to our paid subscribers, this feature makes sure you do not end up following the same user multiple times. Following the same users multiple times can annoy them and they may even block you and mark you as a spammer. We make sure that this never happens.
Upgrading to one of our monthly plans will activate the hide previously followed users option in Copy Followers. This will ensure you never follow the same person twice.
Upgrading to any of our premium plans will remove these limits.
Receiving daily/weekly stats tweets from Crowdfire means that when you had signed up, you had authorized us to tweet your stats. They keep you informed and they get us exposure. But, if they really irritate you and you'd rather not have them, here's what you should do:
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on Automate, the last option on the left menu bar > uncheck on the box next to Tweet my unfollower and follower stats > Click Save.
You really want to? Can't we talk it over? If you are having issues with the app, please share them with us and we will sort it out for you. But if you really really want to remove your account:
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on More at the top (located extreme right) > Select Settings > Click on Remove account.
We will be sad to see you go. :(
Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on your plan button at the top of the screen > On the plan page, click on the Unsubscribe button below your chosen plan. Please share your reason for unsubscribing asÂÂ it will help us improve.)
Sometimes you know a few users have unfollowed you, but you can't see who they are on Crowdfire these are generally users suspended by Twitter. Their profile data is no longer available and hence we cannot display it to you. You can ignore these unfollows.
If you made a payment and are still limited to following 25 users: Log on to crowdfireapp.com > Click on More, located on the top bar, extreme right > Settings > Select Make Premium against the account you want to remove limits from.
Currently Instagram has a limit of 60 total follows and unfollows per hour and if you hit that limit you would need to wait for 1 hour before following/unfollowing more users. Everyone, including upgraded JU users, have to follow this limit as it has been set by Instagram, not us.
No. Instagram has a limit of 60 follows/unfollows per hour and everyone has to follow this limit. If you upgrade, we increase your blacklist and whitelist limit for the Instagram account, but the follow/unfollow limits stay the same.
Once you have followed 2000 users on Twitter, you can only follow 10% more than the number of your followers. If you have reached that limit or are very close to reaching it, you will not be able to follow many users at once. In that case, please unfollow the inactive following and the non followers.
Go to http://ideas.crowdfireapp.com/forums/174793-general and create it or upvote if someone else has already thought about it. The more votes an idea gets, the faster we build it.
If you don't find the answer to your question here, please send us an email at hello[at]crowdfireapp[dot]com.
I would love it if you could Tweet about Crowdfire to your Twitter followers.
@NischalShetty built this application to help users manage their unfollowers and fans.