A new Liverpool FC site is out in the open especially for Twitter users, utilising the #lfcfollowback hash tag and is available at www.lfcfollowback.com
The hashtag was created to enable Liverpool FC supporters on Twitter to locate each other and mutually follow each others accounts. You can view an article on the history of #lfcfollowback here for further information. In summary it rose out of a suggestion by Twitter user @spence01 on how to locate Liverpool fans on Twitter, a solution was provided by @dannyb87 who created the hashtag #lfcfollowback and the idea was then pushed to the masses by @justinheron & @kop_that before the snowball effect took over within hours of its release and it became what it is today with the input of @empireofthekop and @paul_tomkins very early on.
The www.lfcfollowback.com site searches for #lfcfollowback tweets on the Twitter public timeline and is designed to remember people who have tweeted #lfcfollowback within their message. So by signing into the site using your Twitter credentials you will easily be able to see if there are any Liverpool fans you have missed and would like to follow.
The site includes a pre-set tweet that can be sent out via your account to confirm that you have connected with the www.lfcfollowback.com site and to raise awareness to other Liverpool fans. The www.lfcfollowback.com site was created by Liverpool FC News.