Find Out Your First Follower, First Tweet and Other Twitter Firsts
By on January 11th, 2010

You are an avid Twitter user who has done thousands of tweets and now you are getting all nostalgic about how you started on Twitter. You want to know your first tweet and you want to know who was your first follower. Here are a couple of tools that will help you:

1. Find Your First Tweet Using TwitterStorm:

TwitterStorm is a simple Twitter app to find out the first tweet of any user. All you need to do is enter the Twitter username of the person you want to look up. If you want to go back in time and see your first tweet, just enter your Twitter handle.

2. Find Out Who Followed You On Twitter First Using FirstFollower:

As the name suggests, FirstFollower tells you who was the first person to follow a Twitter account. All you need to do is enter the Twitter username and information about your first follower would be displayed. You can also tweet information about your first follower with a single click.

3. Find Out When You Joined Twitter:

If you are getting even more nostalgic and want to know when did you exactly join Twitter, there is a tool for that too. WhenDidYouJoinTwitter tells you the joining date of any Twitter user.

4. Who Was The First Person You Followed On Twitter:

You know who was the person to follow you, but do you know who was the first person you followed? You can find that out using this neat tool. However, the tool only fetches information from the people you still follow so if you have unfollowed the first person you followed, it will jump to the second person.

Please note that these tools do not work for users who have made their Twitter profile private.

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Author: Tehseen Baweja
Tehseen likes to write about Internet tools that make life easier. Check out his blog at Ijaar.com for more good stuff or follow him on Twitter @tehseenbaweja

Tehseen Baweja has written and can be contacted at tehseen@techie-buzz.com.

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