Do you know all the tools you can use with Twitter and how you can use them? There is no other social network where there are so many tools to help you get the most out of your efforts. The problem is always to find or know exactly the tool you need right now. We have already written a lot about Twitter tools, we talked about scheduling tweets, automated direct messages, follow- unfollow tools and more.
But there are more Twitter tools you probably do not know yet, and these tools can make your Twitter life much easier – and much more diverse. Here are 15 effective tools for Twitter that you probably do not know yet.
Do you want to learn how to “Grow Your Twitter Account Like A Pro?”
Because my guess is you are kind of like David, who says: “You are really opening my eyes to what it means to be a marketer or social marketer. I have several websites and blogs but I completely underestimated Twitter and how powerful it actually is.”
Twilert works like Google Alerts for Twitter. You can set up keywords, your company name or hashtags, and Twilert will send you an alert email to your inbox when someone mentions your search term on Twitter.
Twilert can help you to find tweets about your brand and keywords to provide you with a starting point for conversations and interactions.
With TweetChat, you can set up chatting sessions with individual users. With the help of hashtags, TweetChats filters the tweets that belong to the conversation you want to take part in and monitor this conversation in a “Chatroom”. TweetChat provides additional functions to help you to feature certain users or filter out spammers.
GroupTweet is ideal for company accounts or accounts of other entities that are run by multiple users. It allows an unlimited number of people to tweet from one account.
Your authorized contributors only have to send a direct message, @mention or hashtag from their Twitter account to the specified group account, GroupTweet converts it to a tweet from the group account.
Allows you to live stream to Twitter. You just log into Twitter, connect your webcam and click the broadcast button: Twitcam then posts your video description and link to Twitter for all your followers to see. You can chat with your audience on Twitter directly from your broadcast page.
You do know that the reach of your tweets on Twitter is usually nowhere near the number of followers, right? TweetReach shows you how far your tweets travel. You can analyze Tweets about hashtags, brands, accounts, events in real time. Also, you get comprehensive analytics on Twitter reach, performance, and engagement.
Offer people a coupon in exchange for a tweet. This way you can offer free products or discounts. The coupons can be used on Twitter, Facebook or within emails. You can use them for online or in-store purchases with your barcode or our generated QR Codes.
Twitalyzer offers you comprehensive Twitter analytics. Twitalyzer provides real-time access to metrics for Twitter accounts. It combines basic Twitter measures like demographics with widely used metrics like Klout, and their scores.
Nuzzel is a content discovery tool for Twitter based on your network. With Nuzzel, you can find out what your friends are tweeting about; it’s not about what is trending on Twitter but it’s about what’s trending with your friends and your friends’ friends. You can see the most popular links tweeted by your network.
BuzzSummo is a tool for influencer marketing. You can find out what kind of content works best within your niche – and which influencers are the ones talking about it. These influencers are the ones you want to connect to for your influencer marketing.
Filta is a powerful bio search for Twitter. Filta helps you find out who from your followers list is into particular topics. With Filta you can find your followers that are interested in sports, are dog lovers or like to travel. You can also filter by location.
You have probably seen the trending topics Twitter shows you on your Twitter dashboard. But these trending topics are global, and a huge percentage of businesses on Twitter are local. So what about local trending topics? Trendsmap helps you find locally trending topics on a map. You can zoom in for more local trends.
Hashtags are an open secret on Twitter. Everyone knows what they are, but only very few master them. You can probably guess some hashtags for your niche and the topics you tweet. But do you have any clue what other hashtags might be worth a try or be even better? RiteTag helps you identify the hashtags that got results and helps you refine your smart tagging.
Hashtagify helps you discover related hashtags to any given topic. It also shows you related tweets and thus helps you figure out if this group of hashtags works for you and your tweets. It also shows you who recently used certain hashtags.
Hashtagify ’s free Hashtags Encyclopedia allows you to search among over 53 Mio Twitter hashtags and find the best ones for your purpose based on popularity, relationships, languages, influencers and other metrics.
Seen helps you find the best social media updates and related content connected to a hashtag. It’s kind of a PageRank but for Social networks like Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube and more. You can get alerts to what’s trending and noteworthy – all connected to your hashtags.
Warble helps you stay on top of what is going on on Twitter around your most important keywords, hashtags, Twitter handles – or your brand name. Especially when you are in a niche where not so much chitchat is going on, but you need to make sure that you won’t miss the one most important tweet mentioning what you are looking for: Warble will send you an email and alert you to all notable mentions on Twitter.
There are endless Twitter tools, all of them make our life on Twitter easier and more attractive in one or more aspects. For every purpose, there is another tool. Hopefully, some of the tools on this list will be useful for you. Tell us how you use or are going to use these Twitter tools in the comments! Also, let us know what other Twitter tools you use that we have not covered so far.
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