Twitter Apps to Make Your Life Easier

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twitter appAre you on Twitter yet?

I am (@marketingRE), along with millions of other twitterers.

I try to tweet at least twice a day, but some days are busier than others and it becomes more challenging. If you’re like me, you’re always looking for tips and apps to save time.

I’ve come across hundreds of Twitter Apps – some of which I use, others, not so much. In this post, you’ll find links to apps you may find interesting or useful. In case you’re wondering why I’m linking to an article from March, I thought it was very interesting and figured, at least it’s not 6 months old and really out of date.

Keep in mind, neither are complete lists, but these should keep you busy for awhile…at least until I can compile more tips, links, apps, etc. that you can use.

100 Twitter Tools to Help You Achieve Your Goals

Twitter Fan Wiki

Which Twitter Apps do you use or recommend? Why do you like them?

Note: If you’re not on Twitter yet and you need help getting started, try reading “How to Get Started on Twitter” and then tweet me your questions.

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4 Responses to “Twitter Apps to Make Your Life Easier”

  1. Yvonne Thomas-Brooks Says:

    Wow! Thank you for 100 Twitter Tools. There is a lot more to Twitter than meets the eye. My favorite application is the TweetDeck. It keeps everything manageable and allows me to see the information in a skimmable and scannable method for sll my groups.

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  3. Kevin Levent Says:

    Great resource. I am connecting with a lot of people and want to make the best of my efforts.

  4. Eddie Krebs Says:

    It’s crazy how many tools there are to help you take advantage of Twitter. This list is really the tip of the iceberg. It just demonstrates the exponentially growing popularity of Twitter.

    I have an iPhone and use Twitterific Premium. I used to use TwitterFon until they started advertising within the app. I also use TweetBeep and TweetDeck. TweetDeck isn’t perfect, but it does help you manage all your friends’ tweets a little easier.

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