Twitter for Business Lesson 4 – 5 Top Twitter Tools for Beginners

As you probably aware there are plenty of web applicaitons to choose from to analyse and visualise your business or personal activity with Twitter. In this lesson, I will provide a rundown of five most important Twitter applications to help you keep track of your customers, friends and followers – decide among them who actually adding value to your usage of one of the world’s most popular social networking tools.

Twitter Search is an official Twitter Search Engine in realtime. It provides us opportunities to find new customers and twitter friends. See what the world is doing right now!

Friend or Follow – use it to find out Who’s not following you back on Twitter? Who are you not following back? Who are your mutual friends?

If you are looking for more statistics in graph forms, try Chirpstats. Chirpstats is a Twitter followers analytics package built to help you track and learn more about your follower-base, graph your follower history over time and inform you if any users stop following you.

TweetDeck is our personal real-time browser – connecting you with our contacts across Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Google Buzz and more. It allows us to manage multiple Twitter accounts,  schedule message, quickly scan or post updates across all social networking sites. It’s the best way to stay in touch with what’s happening now!

TwitBlocker – Are you being overwhelmed by twitter friends who can’t stop talking, but they’re like… still your friends? Install this greasmonkey script, then double clicking the chattering peeps will temporarily remove their tweets from your timeline. Restart your browser to get them back. Simple eh?

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About Michael Choong

Michael, London, MSc Information Systems, ICT Management, Education, Internet Entrepreneur, GEEK. View all posts by Michael Choong

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