The Most Obnoxious Tweeters – infographic
If you’ve ever been the victim of an unfollow on Twitter, you may just fit the profile of an obnoxious tweeter.
The following infographic, created by Israel-based company Conduit, details 11 of the tech industry’s most annoying Twitter users. Some examples of feed-cloggers include “The Eventaholic,” who tweets about every pseudo-interesting person he meets at every single gathering he attends, and “The Social Media Butterfly,” who constantly provides updates in a bid to gain more followers.
The Most Obnoxious Tweeters
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