Top 7 Essential Twitter Tools

1. TwitterFox - This is actually a Firefox browser plug-in that permits you to keep up with your tweets and any direct (private) messages that come your way. Tweetdeck and Twhirl similarly help your manage your tweets and tweeps and have gotten rave reviews from users, but I prefer the simplicity of Twitterfox. All you have to do is check the Twitter logo in the lower right corner of any browser window to check your Tweets and to reply to any of them that you want. 2. TweetLater - The primary function of is to permit die-hard Twitterers to stock up Tweets that can be scheduled to be posted over a period of time. However, the reason that you like it is that you can forward the emails about who is following you to your TweetLater email address, and you will automatically get a direct message from me. You will just love it when you can automate my marketing tasks! 3. TwitterFeed - This service will enable you to feed your blog posts to your Twitter account. You can control the frequency with which Twitter displays your blog post, as well as the text used to preface your blog feed. You should use "Blog update" to preface your posts. 4. TwitterSearch - This site offers a quick way to search what people are posting about particular topics or keywords in the twitterverse. 5. TweetBeep - This is the equivalent of Google Alerts for Twitter, which permits you to track mentions of your name, products, company, or anything else you want to track. 6. LoudTwitter - LoudTwitter is the bridge that posts your daily Tweets to your blog Your blog takes care about the archiving of your tweets along with your other posts, which give more context. After all, if you have a blog and a Twitter, your blog is probably the core place where you want to be found and tracked. 7. - While technically not a Twitter tool, I quickly tired of manually updating my status settings at all of my social networking sites. So, I began using When you update your status at, the service will automatically update your status on all of your social networking sites, like Twitter, Facebook, Plurk, Pownce, to name a few (there are 21 you can update). Depending on the number of networks you use, it will take you 10-50 minutes to connect your account to your various social network accounts. However, once everything is set up, you simply log into your Ping account, post your update (no more than 140 characters), and your status is automatically upgraded on all of your social networking profiles. Even though Twitter initially seemed like a fad, it's not going away. Use these tools to maximize your use of Twitter and enhance your social networking!

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