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Facebook "Unfriends" Who Deleted Me App

Published on 7/19/2015
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Those who follow my posts know that I tend to keep my finger on the social media pulse and have my list of apps, tools, and gadgets that I intend to try out. Who Deleted Me was one of those apps, and quite frankly, this was one that I was “dying” to try out.


It’s frustrating to see your friend, fan, and follower counts decrease, to watch your analytics like a hawk but never really know who it is that’s clicking the “hide,” “hide all,” “unlike,” “unfollow” and “unfriend” buttons.



Social media marketers like myself have had a longtime habit of using the tried and true method of excel spreadsheets to track friends and followers, but that’s horribly time consuming and not 100% accurate, especially if you’re gaining and losing followers before you run your next spreadsheet.



I, like most, have explored Open Graph and Facebook’s API to try to answer what I think should be an easy question. I was stoked to see that someone had finally come up with an answer in the form of this app.



Now, after reading that it’s been removed from all platforms due to a request from… ahem… Facebook, the wind in my fluttering sails is gone. I guess it’s back to my spreadsheets.



I say kudos to the developer Anthony Kuske. It just plain sucks that this has happened, but I won’t be surprised to see Facebook come out with its own similar offering in the near future. Although, I do wonder what it might cost.



The fact is that this handy tool wouldn’t have gotten so very popular if it weren’t something that the majority of Facebook users and marketers want.



What do you think about Facebook hitting the "unlike" button on Who Deleted Me?




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