I have now in quick succession seen two glowing reviews of Twitter follower management tools that enable people to, in bulk, unfollow those who don't follow them back, plus several other features.
The one review was on TechCrunch and the other one on ReadWriteWeb. Now, according to Jesse Stay's experience and if I remember correctly, Dossy's experience, offering "unfollow those who don't follow back" is squarely against the Twitter rules. Is that still the case? If so, perhaps Twitter should reach out to the major tech blogs and educate them on the Twitter rules, so that they don't give publicity to applications that violate the rules. If something is glowingly reviewed in one of those publications, it's not far-fetched to assume that people won't check whether using those apps could get their Twitter accounts suspended. And if it's not against the rules anymore, that will be good to know also. It's a feature that's requested daily from my experience.