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Top Ten Twitter Tools

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If you do a little online search, you will find that there are many Twitter tools offering different useful features, and with such a variety it’s hard to know which ones to trust with your account. Probably the most important Twitter tool is HootSuite. The only reason it didn’t make it on this list is because it so well known. Here are the alternatives, Ten Ultra Useful Twitter Tools that won’t ask for your password, and come highly recommended by the social media and industry experts.

  1. Buffer

    Buffer is a great way to efficiently handle sharing on social media. It lets you schedule the posts you want to post on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin, so if you fill up your Buffer in the morning, it will automatically post them for you throughout the day. Simply keep that Buffer topped up to have a consistent social media presence all day round, all week long.

    For more details, read this informative post and see the video clip.

  2. TwitterFeed

    TwitterFeed is a free service that allows you to feed your content (blog posts or any other content that supports RSS feeds) to Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. This way you can bring your content to a wider audience and track the performance through real-time stats.

  3. TweetAdder

    There are many Twitter tools that can really help take the burden of building and managing your own account. TweetAdder is the ultimate Twitter tool, designed for professionals who want to build a larger social network on Twitter. Its biggest advantage is that it lets you maintain multiple Twitter accounts mostly on auto-pilot, and helps you build your networks around targeted searches. TweetAdder is easy to use, there are step by step tutorials and their online support is quick to respond.

  4. BrandTweet Statistics

    Formerly known as TwitterFriends, BrandTweet offers the most extensive Twitter stats available today. It will visually show you how your twitter account is used, who replied to you, who retweeted you, how you interact with others. BrandTweet will also let you calculate stats for another Twitter user and compare them to your own.


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  5. Tweepi

    Tweepi is a relatively new service for Twitter account management. What makes it attractive is its clean interface, which gives you a clear overview of your Twitter social graph, with stats. With Tweepi you can easily see who you follow, who follows you, and when the following is mutual.

    Another cool feature of Tweepi is that it lets you build your follower base by discovering other interesting people in your network.

  6. Qwitter

    Qwitter is another useful Twitter tool, which will deliver weekly email alerts to your inbox, letting you know who unfollowed you on Twitter.

  7. Commun.it

    Unlike Qwitter, Commun.it is an app that lets you monitor your followers, and helps you find and develop relationships with leads, supporters, and influencers in your Twitter community. If you want to grow your Twitter network, this is the place!

  8. Paper.li

    Paper.li lets you collect tweets and then post them manually or automatically in a newspaper-style format. This digital newspaper is built from all the articles, blog posts, videos and photos shared on Twitter or Facebook and it can be automatically shared daily on your Twitter account.

    Paper.li is a great way to select the top tweets from your followers, people on a specific Twitter list, or even anyone who mentions a particular #hashtag. It will boost traffic to sites mentioned by top users, so those you mention will certainly appreciate it.

  9. Twilk

    Twilk lets you put your followers and those you follow on your Twitter background. Cool, huh?

    Twilk

  10. TweetBeep

    TweetBeep is a service for Twitter similar to Google alerts. It keeps track of conversations that mention you, your products, your company, or any keyword you specify, with hourly updates.

    Another great feature of TweetBeep is that it can keep track of who is tweeting your website or blog, even if they use a shortened URL (like bit.ly or tinyurl.com). Great for online reputation management, catching all your @replies and @mentions, finding job/networking opportunities, keeping up on your favorite hobby, and more!

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Comments

  1. The main things I use are Hootsuite and Tweetchat (for twitter parties).

  2. Hi,

    There are some useful tools here, namely the Buffer one.
    I also like the Twilk one and was going to use it, but the free version will post ads on the background, so I gave up; dunno if the ads are about the service or third parties though.

    Best regards,

    José

  3. Great. I comes to know about some of these tools 1st time. I definitely gona try these tools. thank

  4. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely loved every
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