As a Twitter user, I find it's rather hard to determine just who to follow and who needs to be trimmed off the list. I recently subscribed to Tweetspinner because I was just inept unable enough to know how to do all that pruning and still make Twitter happy. And you know, it's all about making Twitter happy, right?
Just for the record, I'm not an affiliate for Tweetspinner, so this is just an informational post for Twitter users who might be as challenged as I am with time and ability. I moved up from the free plan to the one that charges $14/mo. I pay it through my credit card using PayPal just for additional buying security. The differences in the free vs. paid subscription (for me) are:
My ratio of followed to followers was skewed just a bit, so I'm going to try Tweetspinner for a while and see if I can get them more in line. In my next post, I'm going to pose a question that I've been wondering about that concerns Page Rank, Twitter followers, True Rank, etc.
Tweetspinner is based in Portland, Oregon.