Display a Twitter user's percentage of Fake Followers
Fake it… 'til we made it.
There's often more to someone's follower count than you might realise - with Fake Followers, you can easily tell who's been buying fake twitter followers. Did you know over 40% of Justin Bieber's 40 million followers are inactive users or bots?
The Fake Followers Chrome extension displays a percentage of fake followers, inline on Twitter account pages. We use Twitteraudit.com for the analysis: big props to them.
If an account hasn't been audited yet, you'll see a sad face :(. To fix, visit Twitteraudit.com and run an audit manually. Once you've done this however, the percentage will be displayed every time you load that profile (and for the rest of us!). If for some reason the loading screen doesn't appear, please reload the page.
If you're interested in contributing, check out our public repo at https://github.com/willgdjones/Fake-Followers
By Will Jones and Will Hines, with help from Nicola Greco.