Twitter is a social network that lets you make friends and follow their updates. If somebody is updating their status too frequently, their updates can hijack your news feed hiding updates from others. On the other hand, if somebody has stopped using Twitter, he / she is taking a spot in your friends and followers list for no reason. For these and a number of other reasons, you might want to clean up your Twitter friends list and unfollow some people.
If you try to do this manually you will have to make observations on who is tweeting too frequently or not tweeting at all. Needless to say this manual operation will be very time consuming if you have many Facebook friends. A much better cleaning option is ManageFlitter.
ManageFlitter is a free web service that can be integrated into your Twitter account to clean up your Twitter friends list.
Before you start using ManageFlitter you will have to authorize its Twitter access.
After it has been authorized, ManageFlitter analyzes all your Twitter data to provide detailed statistics later.
With the information catalogued, ManageFlitter can show the tweeting frequency of your Twitter contacts.
The simple diagrams quickly display who is using Twitter how frequently. Additionally you can see people who are not following you back and people without profile pictures (these are possible spam accounts).
Overall, ManageFlitter provides a valuable service for Twitter users with many people in their friends list. You can check out ManageFlitter @ manageflitter.com