Kick-Ass Twitter Tools To Grow Your Business

Kick-Ass Twitter Tools

No matter if you use Twitter to promote your business or just as fun pastime, using it with the web interface is just not possible. Luckily there are a bunch of Twitter tools out there that we can use to cut down all the noise and stay on top of everything and everyone really necessary to follow.

But what are the real powerful Twitter tools?

Here’s my personal list of favourite Twitter tools I am using regularly. They are simple to use, work smoothly and make using Twitter a fun experience. And the best, they all can be used for free.

5 Powerful Twitter Tools To Stop The Noise And Engage With Those Who Care

Here are 5 powerful Twitter tools, that can help you to manage your Twitter activities more easily and efficiently:

1. TweetDeck

TweetDeck TweetDeck is Twitter’s own Twitter management tool. TweetDeck is a desktop application that allows you to manage a numeber of accounts from one single interface, arrange various streams of interest in different columns, add filters and track hashtags or keywords. You can send retweets right from the dashboard with a click of a button or edit the tweet before retweeting. Tweets can be sent straight away or added to the queue for sending at a scheduled time.

2. Commun.it

Commun.it Commun.it is a Twitter management tool that is more relationship oriented than status oriented. Its dashboard makes it easy to find relevant content from your influencers, engagers and those you care about. Replies, retweets as well as thank you and welcome messages can be sent right from the dashboard or be scheduled for publishing later with Buffer.

3. Buffer

Buffer With Buffer you can easily optimize the schedule of your Tweets. If you know the time when most of your Twitter followers are online you can add your tweets to the schedule and let Buffer do the work for you. Many social sharing tools offer a Buffer button to schedule your tweets. Also many other Twitter tools offer the option to queue your tweets with Buffer, e.g. Commun.it.

4. JustReTweet

justretweet JustReTweet si exactly what the name says. You can use this platform to send retweets for others and ask for to retweet your tweets in exchange. JustReTweet doesn’t work one-on-one, you will get rewarded with a certain amount of points for every retweet you send. You can spend these points to either attract other users to retweet your message or to follow your Twitter account.

5. Unfollowers

unfollowers Unfollowers helps to discover people who aren’t following you, who unfollowed you or who are not active anymore. It makes it easy to spot those who just follow you in the hope that you’ll follow back and once you did they unfollow. Keeping an eye on those unfollowers keeps your stream a lot cleaner and cuts down a lot of irrelevant noise.

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11 Comments

  • Miso

    Reply Reply May 14, 2014

    Hi Torsten!

    Great set of tools, I will definitely try to get some of them in use.

    Thanks.
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    • Torsten

      Reply Reply May 14, 2014

      Hi Miso,

      you should definitely try some of these tools out and see if you can beenfit from them as well. I am using the above 5 tools regularly and not just that they do save me a lot of time, I also can see an increase of traffic to my pages.

      Cheers,
      Torsten

  • Kinley McFadden

    Reply Reply May 14, 2014

    Very nice set of tools Torsten. I agree with your JustRetweet recommendation. It’s a great platform for getting more social shares and it’s quite easy to use.
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    • Torsten

      Reply Reply May 14, 2014

      Hi Kinley,

      thanks for stopping by and commenting.

      On top of that JustRetweet is also a great way to build relationships with like-minded people and support each other. And as its interface is self-explanatory, one can start using it right away.

      Regards,
      Torsten

  • Hollie Hawley

    Reply Reply May 15, 2014

    Thanks for the post, Torsten. I didn’t know about JustRetweet. I’ll have to check it out. Frankly, I have always found Twitter quite overwhelming. Tweets come fast and furious. There are often links without enough description to be able to determine if you want to click. Maybe getting to know a few of those tools would make Twitter a better experience for me.

    • Torsten

      Reply Reply May 15, 2014

      Hi Hollie,

      I am pretty sure that some of these tools can help you having a better Twitter experience. As you said, tweets are coming like furious and the more people you follow, the faster they appear on your home stream. Who can keep up with all this?

      Another tip I can give you is adding people to public or private lists, so that you can filter them. An example is my public list of P2S members, where I added many of the P2S members that are on Twitter. It gives a fast overview of what they are about without all the noise I would have on the home stream.

      Cheers and thanks for commenting,
      Torsten

  • Geri Richmond

    Reply Reply May 17, 2014

    Hi Torsten,

    I like Social Oomph, too. JustRetweet is an application I use often to connect with like minded marketers. This is the first I’ve heard of Commun.it.

    Thanks for the info. I found your post on Blogoshares on Twitter. They retweeted 2 of my posts so, I thought I’d look at some of the other posts he shared and that is how I found you.

    Going to go and check out Commun.it.
    Thank you,
    Geri
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    • Torsten

      Reply Reply May 18, 2014

      I’m glad that my post could help you to discover Commun.it as a new Twitter tool, Geri. What I like the most with it is that it has a different approach than other the usual Twitter clients. Commun.it makes it really easy to see all the tweets and people that are important for you in one place.

      As you, I also think that besides asking for retweets in JustRetweet, it is also a great place to get in touch with other marketers and make some great contacts.

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment,
      Torsten

  • Peter D. Mallettt

    Reply Reply July 11, 2014

    Hi Torsten,
    Thank you for commenting and sharing my post. A friend of mine has been using Commun.it and I have been wondering about it. Have you written anything else on it?

    I don’t know why it seems to be a trend for some apps and products to not give enough information on their product thinking that you’ll sign-up to learn more. Most of the time I am not going to use something if I can’t find out enough about it on their pages.

    I expect to have to learn about it, and play with it, but I often don’t want to sign-up just to find out if it meets my need because there wasn’t enough info. Know what I mean?
    Thanks for the extra insights here.
    Peter
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    • Torsten

      Reply Reply July 11, 2014

      Hi Peter,

      No, I don’t have another post on Commun.it yet, but it might be an idea for a new post.

      You are right when saying that many apps don’t give enough information and rely on their visitors to get an account to find out. I also prefer to get some useful information beforehand, rather than figuring out everything myself.

      But unfortunately many apps seem to like using the puppy method, just try it and then you will keep it. 😉

      The biggest advantage of Commun.it for me is how the tweets are presented and that it goes a different way in showing them. They are separated by influencers, engagers etc, rather than in a timeline. It also make suggestions like whom you might want to re-engage after a while or which tweet you might want to retweet or respond to.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting,
      Torsten
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  • Joseph Montes

    Reply Reply August 6, 2014

    Nice line up! Thanks for sharing!!!! I use a few and love them all 🙂

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