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Monitor Twitter Accounts For New and Lost Followers

Twitter Followers Monitor is a tiny tool designed to monitor several Twitter accounts for its new followers as well as un-followers at once. You can monitor any account even if it is not yours and you don't have its credentials. Twitter Followers Monitor can be useful for individuals or companies that are responsible for a number of Twitter accounts and need to keep an eye on their follower engagement.

Moreover, It is very handy for keeping an eye on your competitors' Twitter accounts, and see how they follower base evolves.

Twitter Followers Monitor includes:
  •  Get updates about new and lost followers to any Twitter accounts, right from your desktop
  • Get detailed information about followers
  • Keep a record of accomplishment of the follower’s history on the monitored accounts.
 Twitter Followers Monitor (required .NET framework 4 client profile) can be downloaded at source here.

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