Looking For New Friends To Follow On Twitter? Well, Use Twubble To Help You

February 9, 2009 by Xavier Lur
http://techxav.com/2009/02/09/looking-for-new-friends-to-follow-on-twitter-well-use-twubble-to-help-you/

Want to expand your your Twitter bubble by following more Twitterers? Well, besides using Twitter search or glancing through pages and pages of others’ lists, you can try Twubble instead. Basically, this Web app searches all your friends’ graph and presents to you a list of Twitterers you can follow according to the number of times your friends have followed.

It’s simple to use and don’t provides any complicated features. Just like some other Twitter apps, you’re required to enter your Twitter credentials in order to use it. Twubble makes following easier as you need to access them in their original Twitter page and follow them from there. This app comes with an useful feature that enables users to follow users quickly by just clicking on a button.

I’ve tried out this tool and I’m not amazed that Kevin Rose, Guy Kawasaki and Michael Arrington tops my list. Since I’ve too many friends (12,000+) and the limitations in the Twitter API, I could not get the full list of people to follow. Twubble is created by Bob Lee and you can follow him on Twitter @crazybob

Enjoy

SkiCat56

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Snow Sports Industry veteran – Husband – Father – Network IT Ninja & Former Powncer. Old enough to know better but young enough to start a new career.
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