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8 Useful Twitter Tools

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    What do you know about Twitter?
    Do you use Twitter?
    How many Twitter-related applications do you use?

Here are 2 applications you can use to manage your tweetstream:

  • tweetdeck –> TweetDeck allows you to monitor, manage and engage in your social world by bringing together your Twitter and Facebook feeds in a powerful and flexible column-based dashboard.
  • hootsuite –> similar to tweetdeck application. You can manage your blog/linkedin/facebook/twitter accounts from one place; schedule posts/tweets, create report, etc.

Here are applications which can help you to locate topics/trends/people/communities:

  • hashtags.org –> you can find here the most popular hashtags on Twitter – what’s most popular.
  • Twitscoop –> a real-time visualisation tool which enables users to “Mine the thought stream” provided by Twitter. Hot trends/words which are buzzing right now on twitter/search feature/
  • Listorious –> “Listorious has the best Twitter people search on the web so you can find anyone by topic, region or profession — powered by data from the tens of thousands of list curators. Once you find the right person, you can interview them by asking questions over Listorious”
  • twellow –> Twitter yellow pages
  • TweetMeme –> “it’s a service which aggregates all the popular links on Twitter to determine which links are popular. TweetMeme categories these links into Categories, Subcategories and Channels, making it easy to filter out the noise to find what you’re interested in.”
  • twopular –> search popular trends on Twitter

More useful links which helps you to measure your on-line activities.

    Do you know other applications worth to share?

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  1. August 29, 2011 at 3:57 pm | #1

    Thanks Klaudia!

    I use Hootsuite mostly to organize my daily “listening” “tweeting” “monitoring” But I love to run Twitter direct in the browser too. I use Hootsuite in my iPhone too!

    /Mattias

    • August 29, 2011 at 6:49 pm | #2

      Hi Mattias,

      Somehow I got used to Hootsuite and so far I like it the most. Sometimes I like to check direct Twitter lists.

  2. laurindashaver
    August 30, 2011 at 6:46 am | #3

    I am a victim of using what I get used to.

    I downloaded Tweetie before twitter bought it and have been using it ever since. I just love the simplicity of a little dot appearing by my mentions to know someone has mentioned me. Yes, it is too simple (with no lists), but someone that works for me.

  3. August 30, 2011 at 8:34 am | #4

    Hi Laurinda,

    As long as it works for you – perfect. I like to test different apps but at the end of the day I’m stuck with HootSuite ;)

  4. Jose Jimenez
    September 1, 2011 at 6:45 am | #5

    Hi and thanks for the list. I know Tweetdeck pretty well and I’ve just started to use Hootsuite so it’s interesting to compare the two at this early stage. I don’t know all of these so I will take a look at some.

    I’ve actually put together a list of Twitter tools which include some interesting ones like Buffer, Crowbooster and Socialbro. Buffer is a pretty handy tool for scheduling tweets while Crowdbooster/SocialBro provide analytics such as the best time to tweet, sources which are most popular, who to engage with, etc. For more info please take a look at my site: http://thedigitalpost.co.uk/resources/twitter-tools/

    • September 1, 2011 at 9:54 am | #6

      Hi Jose,
      Big thank you for sharing information regarding those apps with us. I focused on Crowdbooster as a analyzing tweets and activity tool.

  5. Jose Jimenez
    September 2, 2011 at 2:18 am | #7

    Pleasure. I’ve just had a look around your site and you have an excellent resources page. There are some really useful tools there some of which I’m not familiar with. :-)

    • September 2, 2011 at 6:25 am | #8

      I’m glad my resource page data could help :)
      I’m trying to update it every few weeks….so more too come.
      K.

  1. September 1, 2011 at 12:32 am | #1

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