One of my 2014 goals is to remove clutter in life and focus on quality. This doesn’t just include physical items like clothing and other random “stuff” but also digital things like the number of apps on my phone or the blogs I actively follow.
A few weeks ago I realized my Twitter feed was becoming unbearable. Since 2007 I had followed more than 4,000 individuals, startups, established brands, parody accounts, celebrities and media companies. The signal to noise ratio had pretty much hit zero. I couldn’t keep up.
I finally decided to search for a solution that would help me quickly unfollow everyone so I could rebuild my follower list from scratch. The rationale was simple: start over and carefully curate the accounts I follow so my feed would become relevant once again. After all, Twitter is only as good as the people you follow.Read More