Twitter’s open structure, both for users and for programmers, is what I appreciate most about it. Around 1.5 million apps are now part of its ecosystem, and one new tool is added to it every second. Finding the right Resources within this plethora of apps might be challenging.
1. Buffer, for More Effective Tweeting
I’ve often wondered, when reading an article, if it would be a good idea to Twitter about it at this very moment. That was probably late at night or extremely early in the morning. I will make sure that all of my Tweets are posted at the best times of day by scheduling them in advance with Buffer. Using the browser add-ons, you may quickly add Tweets to your Buffer without leaving the article.
2. Twylah: Extend the Shelf Life of Your Tweets
In reality, a Tweet has a relatively short shelf life. Twylah is an excellent choice if you want to keep it alive for as long as possible. All of the tweets in your stream will be displayed on a slick Twitter Brand Page without you having to lift a finger. You may inform your followers about the topics you frequently Tweet about without them having to scour your Twitter feed for clues.
3. Third, MarketMeSuite: Your Dependable Social Networking Control Panel
The formerly subscription-only MarketMeSuite is now available to everyone for free. It’s definitely something you should try out because it has so many useful features. Campaigns may be set up in response to user interactions, RSS can be used, and users’ Klout scores can be compared. Also, the App’s support for multiple users makes it possible to work together with others.
4. Tweriod: The Fourm’s Finest Time to Tweet
Have you ever wondered when the optimal time of day is to send out a Tweet? Don’t bother looking any farther than Tweriod, since the app provides a fantastic analysis of when you will be able to reach the most followers. The app considers when your followers typically tweeted the most, as well as how well your tweets have done at different times.
5. Twilert – Twitter Google Alerts
If you need to keep tabs on a specific brand or search word on Twitter, you should give this app a try. Like Google Alerts, Twilert allows you to enter a phrase and then receive updates whenever something relevant to that term is tweeted. If you can’t spend a lot of time on Twitter every day but still want to stay informed, this is a great alternative.
6. Blog Your Tweets with TweetWally
TweetWally is a great way to breathe new life into your Tweets, and it’s quite similar to an App called Storify, which Jeff reviewed a few weeks ago. Use your own stream, conduct a search, or adhere to a hashtag to identify relevant Tweets, then compile them into lovely collections. If you need to keep up with a major event, conference, or the like, this feature can be invaluable.
7. ParrotFish: Twitter Analytics Done Well
The time-saving productivity tool ParrotFish, developed at the Embed.ly labs, is a great example. It gives you a detailed preview of any links you find in Tweets. This allows you to learn more about the post without actually visiting it. To avoid wasting time on irrelevant links, this is a fantastic tool for keeping one’s attention on the topic at hand.
8. Follow the appropriate people on Twitter
While expanding your Twitter following, it’s crucial that you connect with individuals who can help you make an impact in your industry. TweetLevel is an excellent tool for finding other people on Twitter based on a variety of criteria. After you’ve found someone you’re interested in, you can easily start following and chatting with them within the app.
Here are the eight programmes that have been the most useful to me in making Twitter function for me. Even while they help me get things done more quickly and effectively, I still have to put in some effort.