Unfollow. To Follow or Not to Follow; that is the Question. By Neal Wiser (@nealwiser) Unless you are a Twitter user who immediately follows everyone who follows you, we have all experienced losing Followers because, for whatever reason, we did not follow them in return.
To be sure, deciding when to follow or not follow is not only a personal decision, but one which is driving a growing debate in the Blogosphere. How this debate plays out may have a profound impact on how people use Twitter and how the service will grow in the future. Although it’s still early in Twitter’s Evolution, the Follow Question is one that has no easy answer.
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