Sunday, December 18, 2011

9 Top Twitter Utilities to use in 2012

I use Tweepi.com EVERY day... and 1 of the cool resources it has is the blog written by the team at thoughtpick  Here is the latest set of neat tricks you must use for 2012!

Are you still looking for the best Twitter services and utilities that are able to enhance your tweeting experience and bring more value to it? Look no more for today we will be sharing with you 
the top 10 Twitter utilities available on the web:
  1. bit.ly: The best URL shortner around used by various Twitter applications directly or to leverage their bookmarklets.
  2. Ping.fm: A highly valuable service that allows you to publish your updates to many social networks simultaneously.
  3. Visibli: Optimizing engagement means sharing great content– even if it isn’t your own. The Engagement Bar shows your brand above each linked page to keep you top-of-mind. Also has analytics.
  4. Tweepi: A great Twitter management tools with stats which allows you to follow, flush, reciprocate and clean up your Twitter account based on users’ activity, engagement, retweets and so on.
  5. Twitter Split: An interesting tool you can install to allow you to track links in tweets you post.
  6. TrueTwit: A Twitter validation tool that helps automate some key services.
  7. Twit Longer: A simple tool which allows you to send longer Tweets.
  8. Twitter Keys: Blog post with a variety of little icons and images you can add into your tweets to make them more fun and expressive.
  9. Follow Friday Helper:  Let’s you easily build thank you & other messages to people who mention, RT, etc. you.

4 comments:

  1. What about Buffer App? I love it :)

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  2. Thanks for the suggestions!

    Please don't use TrueTwit! It is a very annoying tool that makes your followers ask to confirm their follow. If I follow people with interesting bio's, I never go through the hassle in going to their TrueTwit. You either want me as a follower, or you don't want any followers. I'm good with that, but it doesn't give a Happy Welcome message to your followers. And I rather follow people who welcome me with open arms.

    I also agree with Brankica, Bufferapp was the app that brought the most value to me in 2011.

    And my other picks would be StumbleUpon and Google Reader, to find great content.

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  3. Ooops I don't like TrueTwit either!! I don't know what I was doing adding it... my defence is that the article is from the thoughtpick team who have created the wonderful Tweepi.com.

    I am a fan of bufferapp BUT there are plenty of other ways to schedule tweets

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