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Have You Seen The New Crowdfireapp Content Curation Tool?

Published on 5/18/2019
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After being inactive for a long time in Twitter, I decided this morning to start getting active again with the platform. I remember the reason why I like the platform, as you can have a laser-targeted audience that are just right for your business.

You can follow people who share the same interest with you, and hope they will follow you back. Unless the person is not aware of the culture in Twitter that when followed you must follow back. But generally, Twitter users follow back their recent followers.

Back in 2017, I was getting great results knowing who followed me and who unfollowed. Back then, I was using an online tool called Crowd Fire App. So, this morning, I made a "stop over" in Crowd Fire App's website to learn how it's doing now.

A lot of things have changed. It's no longer a "Know who unfollow you" too but rather a content curation tool. It was quite disappointing but then I learned that in Twitter alone, you can figure out who is not following you. So, what's the point of using a tool to know who recently unfollowed you?

Just follow people who are in the same niche as yours, then give some time like for a one week. If after that week the person has not yet followed you back, then that's the time to hit the unfollow button.

Now, going back to Crowd Fire App, the new use of the site is on content curation. I explored the back office and yet I didn't find the tool for knowing who are your recent unfollowers, so probably this web-based app has evolved now.

Instead of using it to learn who unfollowed you, you can now use it for publishing content. They will bring to you content that are related to your niche, so you won't have the "writer's block" when it comes to publishing new content in your Twitter profile.

How do you like the new purpose of this app?

If you would like to see how it changed for the better, I'd like to share to you the link to Crowd Fire App below:

https://www.crowdfireapp.com/

If you have questions with regard to this tool, or would like to leave a comment, please do so below.

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Gomer Magtibay

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