Kevin Rose Launches WeFollow, A Twitter User Directory

Digg and Revision3 co-founder Kevin Rose has launched a new service that complements Twitter.  The new service is called and it has a list of users that are related to certain tags.  But users have to choose the tags themselves.

In my opinion, the concept of is very similar to Guy Kawasaki’s  While is an “online magazine rack” with RSS feeds of websites selected by Guy Kawasaki, is a list of Twitter users selected that are added by themselves.

To get your own user name added to WeFollow, simply visit the website and select the tags that you would like to be associated with.  Once you choose three tags that you want to be associated with, send a tweet to WeFollow as follows:

@wefollow #yourtag #yourtag #yourtag

Some of the tags include tech, celebrity, news, music, socialmedia, etc.
Kevin Rose

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at

Kevin Rose Launches WeFollow, A Twitter User Directory Comments

  1. Rich Ord says:

    I think it should be mentioned that WeFollow did not invent the concept of a Twitter directory.

    The FIRST Twitter Directory was and it is extremely popular. Twellow is an automated directory with over 2 million listings and has many features that WeFollow does not have such as geo categorization.

    Twellow has been around for over a year and is part of the Network.

    Rich Ord
    CEO, iEntry Network

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