Twitter Fans – an awesome WordPress plugin for every blogger who’s a twitter fan

TwitterFans is an excellent WordPress plugin that mimics the Facebook Fans widget available for blogs.

All you need to do is install the twitter fans plugin and it would be made available as a widget in your admin area. Then, just drag and drop it to the sidebar and voila! you have the twitter fan box ready!

The twitter fans widget allows customization up to a certain extent such as specifying the number of twitter fans to show, the color of the twitter fans widget etc. But, to make the widget work, all you need to fill is the twitter username, nothing else!


  • WordPress Plugin that mimics the functionality of Facebook fan widget for Twitter
  • Twitter fans WordPress Plugin
  • Just install the Plugin, drag and drop to your sidebar and you’re done

Twitter Fans Says

Twitter Fans lets you display your twitter followers in the sidebar as a widget just like Facebook’s fan widget in appearance. That’s what’s why we call it “Twitter Fans Widget”.

There are other plugins that let you display your twitter followers but they ask for your twitter password. While this plugin will just take username. Also it lets you change border, background, and color of the widget.



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  17. David

    I tried this plugin and while it did work it didn’t seem to play right with other widgets in my sidebar. For some odd reason the widget would merge with the widget directly below it and I couldn’t get it working correctly. Unfortunately I had to uninstall it. It looks good on everyone else blogs that I’ve seen it on though. Just didn’t work on my site. Bummer!

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