Let's face it, even if we do recognize the importance of staying on top of your social media, it's something we tend to shrug off because of time issues, ect...But the following Twitter tools can help you get tweet, tweet, tweeting away all while making it easier and most importantly, less time-consuming.
Twylah, my personal favorite, is an innovative tool that creates a site out of your tweets and showcases all your content on its very own unique web page. Using Twylah gives your tweets much more exposure and a longer life than Twitter allows for. By using your tweets, Twylah makes a stunning looking page based off your tweets that shows who you are as a company or individual. It organizes your tweets based of category and allows users to see what you are all about and automatically promotes you to new tweeters.
Best of all, Twylah, indexes all your tweets through Google, so it aids in exposure and helps your overall SEO.
Sometimes Twitter can seem a bit cluttered and certainly unorganized. Thankfully, Twimbow came in to save the day. Twimbow allows you to color-code tweets, re-tweets, replies, friends, groups, hashtags, and more. The color-coding system makes it easier to see what's going on with just a quick look and allows you to narrow down and focus on one specific thing. Twimbow also posts up blogs ranging from Twitter tips to customizing your own Twimbow skin.
Buffer is a powerful app that is fun and saves you tons of time. Buffer can be installed on everything from your browser to your android. All you have to do to use Buffer is simply click the Buffer button on any webpage or content you want tweeted and Buffer will do all the work for you by automatically posting the content to your Twitter at the designated time. Buffer also gives you a detailed analysis of how many clicks and re-tweets you got from each post using Buffer.
HashTracking allows you to get information reports on how many tweets were posted using a specified hashtag and the total number of re-tweets of that specified hashtag. This can be extremely useful because it lets you know the popularity of a hashtag and its following. It also helps spot key tweeters and topics.
TwitSprout allows you to track how well your Twitter is doing by giving you reports on your follower growth, total amount of re-tweets, and mentions of your beloved Twitter's life span. It also allows you to see how your performance stacks up against your competitors, letting you know what to work on to get the edge of your competitors.
WhoTweetedMe is a website that will show you fellow Tweeters who have the same interest of topics as you do, so if you follow them, then they are more likely to follow you due to shared interests. All you have to do is go to the WhoTweetedMe and enter in the url of the webpage you what info on and WhoTweetedMe will give you all the information you need. WhoTweetedMe evaluates how many retweets a certain link got and when it was re-tweeted. It then shows you the potential reach and count of each person re-posting.
This great tool allows you to sort out those who, well let's just say, are an annoyance. It is generally those who spam or just clutter up your page. With ManageFlitter you can easily keep up with which followers you want to keep following or unfollow as well as find new followers. Plus, there is an easy integration of Google+ to your Twitter account.
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