What do you think would trigger someone to Un-Follow you?

Hi, just wondering your thoughts on this. If you're the type of blogger who would follow back all your followers and would comment back nicely to them whenever you get the time, what do you think would trigger someone to un-follow you? Thanks. :D

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it happened to me recently.

i had randomly followed whoever was following me on twitter.
then i went back
and really went through list of people i was follwoing
i removed people who never commented on my blog and i frankly did not know who they were.
it led to a crazy reaction
i lost like 6 or 7 followers on tiwtter
and also
5 subscribers from my blog

i guess..it was not a brilliant move from my side...

pretty dumb actually..lol..:)

but atleast now i know who reads my blogs and who am i following on tiwtter..

also as a rule i suscribe to everyone who ever comments on my blog

i have folders on my reader
'new commenters'
'old commenters'
'with comment luv plugin'

i go and comment to people but if they stop visiting my blog
after 7 to 8 visitsto their blog , i put them in old commenter folder
i still check on them randomly
sometimes they come back..sometimes not

i never ignore people on 'new commenter' list..and whenever i am free in the week..i drop by

'coment luv pulg in' folder i just created last week..
i plan to comment there to get some backlinks..

shraddha
I think its sometimes managing time. If I follow a blog and it's not a good fit for me, I will unsubscribe without guilt. I usually do a "clean-up" like every three months or so. This goes for blogs, newsgroups, yahoogroups anything like that!
I think it's sometimes more of a housekeeping thing. It could also be they don't remember why they were following you.
thanks, ladies, for the insights :)
Thanks for views, I was wondering the same thing
The only reason I would un-follow someone is if they stopped posting for a long time or their content has changed to something that wasn't in my interest.

Aloha
Kailani
http://islandlife808.com
Honestly, I would un- follow someone if their content didn't interest me. Sometimes I follow someone to get to know them and their blog so that I don't forget that I liked them in the first place. I visit so many blogs, at times I forget to go back and visit. So, I follow the ones I really like. If after a while I realize I'm just not connecting. I usually drop them. It's not that I don't like the person, just that I'm not that into what they're writing about or they're not active.

Kasey@All Things Mamma
I lose a follower every now and then. I have no idea why! :) I think it's mostly people stop following me because I don't follow them back?

I normally follow back people who follow me, but I want people to read and follow my blog because they WANT to and because they LIKE it not JUST so I will follow them back. So, if people unfollow me that is their choice and I'm fine with it. :) THey are missing out on all my great giveaways and the great community of moms we have here!

I would love to increase my readership as well. I am finding it a bit difficult. I do like coming on to the site and reading other blogs.  I have found some great blogs. I normally keep track of the blogs that I join and try to comment on them at least once every other week until I just never hear from them.  I love having tons of blogs to read and respond too.

Cynthia

www.richlymiddleclass.com

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