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TweetStats is extremely easy to use, simply enter a Twitter username and click Graph my Tweets! This service provides cool data about any Twitter user in a matter of minutes. TweetStats provides different graphs showing monthly, daily, and hourly tweeting frequencies. It also graphs information about what user retweets you the most.
Twitonomy is a web-based tool that offers both free and premium versions. No special account is needed; you connect to Twitonomy with your Twitter account and the heavy lifting begins. The premium features are designed for true power users with extras like search analytics, custom date ranges and downloading data into Excel or PDF. But the free version doesn’t seem watered down at all to me. In…
Twitterfeed, used by sengineland, amyporterfield, and cindyking, allows you to add RSS feeds (yours and others) to be shared automatically through your Twitter, Facebook, and other social media accounts each time there is a new update to them. You can customize the tweets to show the title of the new post, the link (shortened by your preferred URL shortener), and even add a RT username or via username…
Bit.ly is just a URL shortening service right? Wrong! Used by marismith, techcrunch, and problogger, a free Bit.ly account will give you access to a dashboard where you can shorten and share links to multiple Twitter accounts. You can also see the stats for any Bit.ly links you share through your dashboard and plug your Bit.ly API key into Tweetdeck, Twitterfeed, or Seesmic to get stats for links…
Triberr is an invite only community used by lewishowes, seanmalarkey, and nealschaffer that allows you to join tribes of like-minded bloggers in order to expand your reach on Twitter. Simply plug your RSS feed in and members of your tribe will tweet each new post. As a member, you can set yourself up to do automatic tweeting of other member s posts or manual tweeting when you have reviewed and approved…
CoTweet, used by nealschaffer, chrispirillo, and emarketer, is considered a Twitter marketing tool for companies who want to engage, track, and analyze conversations about their brand. The free version allows you to manage your Twitter accounts, collaborate with multiple users, track clicks and limited analytics, schedule tweets, keep conversation history for 30 days, and more.
Visibili is a free service used by brett, davepeck, and denisewakeman that lets you create a custom sharing bar that goes with any links you share through their service. This custom share bar can have your name and social sharing icons as well as links to your website and even a Tweet button which recommends your Twitter accounts and Facebook Like button that connects to your fan page.
HootSuite is one of my personal favorites as far as Twitter management is concerned, and is also quite popular amongst the social media elite including chrisbrogan, tweetsmarter, and tamar. It is a freemium tool, meaning that you can use the free plan if you have fewer than five social profiles to manage. But the Pro version for unlimited social profiles including enhanced analytics isn t too steep…
Buffer is deemed the smarter way to tweet, and is used by tweetsmarter, jaybaer, and askaaronlee. It allows you to simply schedule your tweets to be spread throughout the day so you don t go through a reading spree and inundate your followers with 20 tweets within an hour. You can also get great analytics on your tweets which will help determine what your audience loves, or doesn t, out of the content…
Paper.li is a unique application that allows you to collect tweets and curate them manually or automatically in a newspaper-style format which can be automatically shared daily on your Twitter account. Used by scottmonty, guykawasaki, and leeodden, this app is a great way to collect the top tweets from your followers, people on a specific Twitter list, or even anyone who mentions a particular #hashtag.
SocialOomph is another freemium service used by mike_stelzner, smallbiztrends, and jeffbullas that allows you to schedule tweets, track keywords, extend your Twitter profile, and much more with an unlimited amount of accounts for free.
TweetDeck is a desktop Twitter management tool used by jasonfalls, problogger, and marshallk. It has features similar features to HootSuite in terms of creating columns to organize your Twitter activity as well as the ability to send longer messages using their Deck.ly service which creates a shortened URL that directs followers to the rest of your tweet beyond 140 characters. I love the interface…