social media toolsAre you looking for new apps to enhance your Twitter experience? Twitter has turned into a major real-time news source and is no longer a procrastination tool.

In order for us to filter and manage the ever-dynamic Twitter, a number of new apps have emerged.

This article will cover five new tools to help make it easier for you to reach your social media goals and help you keep up with the “latest” on Twitter.

#1: Get rid of the noise

Facebook lets you hide annoying posts, so why not Twitter?

It turns out there’s an app called Proxlet that does this and more. And it works with your favorite clients like Twitter (via Chrome extension), TweetDeck desktop, Twitter for iPhone and others.

You can block spammy apps, temporarily mute loud users, filter out annoying hashtags, and breathe a little easier.


Erase annoying tweets from your timeline.

#2: Deepen your relationships

Nurph gives you Twitter chat rooms, so you can stop fighting the 140-character limit and get a room!

Simply tweet a link to bring your friends and followers together for a real-time chat without taking over your followers’ timelines with long conversations.

Nurph chat rooms come complete with Twitter profile integration, tweet streaming and hovercardsโ€”so you’re looking at a highly optimized, Twitter-specific chat service. Nurph is one of those things you just have to try!


Take your Twitter conversations to the next level.

#3: Share and track your blog content is your smart online mailman that delivers your content to various platforms and also tells you how many people enjoyed reading it. So when you publish news on your blog(s), it’s delivered to all relevant places on the web.

This means your Twitter account, your Facebook profile or wherever you want it to be. And on top of that, also tells you how many clicks your published content received. That might come in handy for your social media efforts as well.


Deliver your content to all of your favorite social networks.

#4: Making sense of it all with awesome stats and metrics

After putting some new tools in place to create content, now is the time to make sense of it all and get a bigger picture of your impact. This is where Twoolr comes in and provides you with all of the data you need to analyze your Twitter efforts.

Twoolr provides you with those metrics that matter most, giving you interesting visualizations such as usage trends, associated clouds and user comparisons. You access it all intuitively from the dashboard and are even able to receive growth and community reports straight to your inbox. It’s simple and presented in a slick design.


All the metrics you need to track your impact on Twitter.

#5: Already a Twitter pro? It’s time to extend your reach

Finally, if you feel you’re already a master of the Twitter game and want to build on that, here’s one more great tool I came across recently. It’s called Triberr and it allows you to create a tight network of fellow bloggers, sharing your posts and exchanging ideas.

It’s an invite-only network, where you can create “tribes” with other bloggers. Once you’re part of a tribe, you instantly share each other’s posts via Twitter, multiplying your reach and retweets instantly. The fact that it’s invite-only and no more than 7 members per tribe guarantee that it remains high-quality and spam-free. You can think of it as a human Twitter feed with tight quality control.


Extend your Twitter reach in an exclusive "bloggers only" network.

I hope you’re now prepared to stay on top. Let us know which tools you use to keep up with Twitter. Leave your comments in the box below.

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  • Hey Leon, great tools indeed. I was reading an article not to log ago about sprout social on her, how does twoolr compare in your opinion?

  • LeoWid

    Hi there, many thanks for stopping by. I am very glad you found the post useful.

    That’s a very good questions as Sprout Social definitely operates in a similar niche. The biggest difference I believe is Twoolr’s sole focus on Twitter. This means that they have really polished lots of different stats and give you many different angles on your Twitter account.

    So in case you are thinking of monitoring your account staring out on Twitter, I believe Twoolr is a very good option as it comes with a very decent free version instead of a Trial.

    If you are looking for a fully fledged monitoring tool across various Social Networks I believe Sprout Social might be a good choice for you.

    I hope that helps, many thanks for your comment ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hey Leon,

    Great list. I need all of them. I am already on Triberr. Immediately going to check out


  • LeoWid

    Hi Jane, many thanks for your comment.

    Really great to hear you find the list useful and that even everything single one is of use for you. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Definitely give a go, I am sure it will be of great use for your blog. I just checked it out and I am sure I will “FindAllAnswers”, it looks very interesting!

    Ok, many thanks for stopping by Jane, if you have any more questions, please get in touch :).

  • Thanks for the reply. I think I’m going to look into Twoolr, might just help enhance our twitter efforts into the future!

    Thanks so much for the insight Leon.

  • LeoWid

    no worries at all, makes me very happy to hear I could help you out :).

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  • Hi Leon, Thanks for this! I’ve been looking for tool #1, I installed the Proxlet extension as I read this. ๐Ÿ˜€ I want to join Triberr.

  • Very useful thanks!

  • LeoWid

    Hi Anna, many thanks for stopping by. Indeed proxlet is super handy I believe!

    As regards a triberr invite, let me contact you on Twitter and I am sure we can work something out.

    Thanks for your comment, I hope you do check out some more stuff here on SME, it’s a brilliant resource.

  • LeoWid

    Hi Fred, glad you found it useful ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Up until just recently I would have been all over the tool to silence unwanted conversations. However, I prefer to be straight out wide open about things so now if I want things silenced I delete or end relationship. I want my social networks to be two way social streets, hiding people orm ignoring people doesn’t really have me in the game at that level.

    Nurph looks pretty interesting, creative naming thats for sure.

  • LeoWid

    Hi John, many thanks for your comment.

    That’s a very interest point you are making and I totally agree, if you want to keep your stream pure with only people’s updates you truly appreciate each day, then this is definitely the best thing you can do.

    Proxlet however can also be quite useful on a different layer especially because if people are at a conference or are only using one app you get fed up with (foursquare in my example). So you only block it temporarily or this one app, which doesn’t contribute to high quality tweeting.

    Yep, do give Nurph a try it really is quite interesting.

    Thanks for stopping by. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Ken Gullette

    Hey Leon, great post! Thanks for the information. I’ll keep reading your stuff!


  • Great tools Leon, going to try some of these out!

  • LeoWid

    Hi Ken, thanks for stopping by.

    Glad you found the tools and the post useful. Awesome Ken, you can continue reading my stuff at, hope there is some more useful things there for you.

  • LeoWid

    Hi Robert, thanks for leaving a comment, glad I could help you out with the list. Sure, go ahead and give them a go. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Twitter is great. Thank you for sharing your ideas on how to make it better. I kind of like it the way it is. Tweet on…..

  • Margaret “Sam” Sansom

    Mike is presenting fantastic info about how to utilize Social Media to build a presence. Wow!

  • Margaret “Sam” Sansom

    Mike’s at Mari Smith’s Social Media Marketing Immersion on San Diego.

  • Marjorie Canales

    I can’t begin to tell you how incredibly helpful this. Thank you for sharing!

  • LeoWid

    Hi Majorie, many thanks for checking in here.

    Glad you found the information helpful :).

  • LeoWid

    Hi David, totally understood that if you are in a good flow on Twitter. Definitely not a change needed if one is happy with progress.

    Thanks for stopping by David ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Leon –

    Great new tools. It’s hard to keep up when there are daily changes in social media, so articles like this are incredibly helpful.

    I’m on my way to check out

    Thank you again – Theresa

  • Hey Leo…awesome list from an awesome blogger ๐Ÿ™‚

    My favorite twitter app is Buffer ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Theresa,

    Thanks for your kind words, it is so true what you are saying. There are so many great tools popping up each day, losing track of them is very easy. Glad you found them helpful.

    Definitely give a try, I hope you will find it useful :).

    Thanks for stopping by again Theresa ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Dino,

    Wow, many thanks for your compliments

    Haha, well I am trying to improve my blogging skills, so practising as often as I can is the best thing to do. Glad you think it’s not so bad after all :).

    Thanks for stopping by Dino, always great to hear from you! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hi Leon,
    Have you ever used GraphEdge? We’ve got a couple fantastic metrics products for Twitter data junkies. GraphEdge Followers tells you, among many other things, who your “legitimate followers” are (who’s REALLY paying attention?!). Check it out!

  • Triberr is a very concerning app. I’ve looked it over and its invite only for the content producers who then BLINDLY RT the tribe’s content. To put it in other words, you build a tribe with people you trust, but you all agree to spam your followers. The reason this concerns me is that I trust the people I follow to deliver content, and RT’ing content is a type of endorsement, but Triberr destroys the value of that endorsement, because now a user could be retweeting because they agreed to, not because the content has value, necessarily, for their audience. Now, if you’re the type of person who assumes that any reach is good reach, then this sure is the app for you, but frankly, it feels like a method to organize gangs on the playground. I like reach, but not at the expense of quality.

    Triberr has gotten a lot of attention lately, because there are so many people on twitter just looking for reach. This behavior simply encourages un-targeted spamming. ๐Ÿ™

  • Hey Leon – you’re just all over the place these days aren’t you? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Interesting apps. I’m using Triberr and totally loving it – and getting serious results. And I just wanted to note that Triberr does not encourage spam. The people who are invited are invited because the originator of a tribe believes that they have valuable content and they would re-tweet them anyway. With the people that I have associated myself with on Triberr, I believe that I have only increased the quality of my Twitter stream and I don’t consider it spam. Spam is unwanted content – the people in my tribes that I am retweeting are providing content that my followers want.

    I’m also using Buffer Pro version and as a social media manager for a Canadian business college I have to tell you that Buffer has saved my life!

  • Hi Leon, brilliant to see you on Social Media Examiner, my favorite Social Media place by far! A great post and I’ve signed up for Proxlet and Twoolr accounts immediately! I’m so pleased to see all the very encouraging comments for the very useful Blog post and also for Buffer too! Nice work! It’s really great to see smart, young people with a great work ethic, some imagination and real enthusiasm for Social Media! Young people (certainly here in the UK) seem to get such a lot of negativity thrown at them nowadays and that’s a big shame! I wish you all the very best, I thank you for your support recently and keep up the great work. I’ve got to go and fill up my Buffer now! Best regards, Peter

  • LeoWid

    Brendan, many thanks for stopping by and telling me your thoughts, really much appreciated.

    You are absolutely right, Triberr can be used for the wrong reasons, I totally agree and the team behind it tries to take every stance to make it not into a spamming community, but a genuine support group.

    The latest feature they introduced, is manual tweets, which allows you to stop the automation and leaves you with the chance to approve each and every tweet. Do you think this might make it more acceptable as a tool? Would love to hear your thoughts on this.

    It is a very important topic and the tool I believe might be abused easily, however if handled with care the value becomes evident. Let me know what you think about this.

  • LeoWid

    Danielle, really good to see you here. Haha, yeah I try my best to be active in the blogosphere.

    Right, yes, the approach you are taking is really a great one with Triberr I believe. I have pointed out above that with every tool it can be used for good and evil, with the line being thin sometimes.

    Dino and Dan are doing a great job to move away from the “evil” possibilities one might want to use Triberr for and turn it more into a genuine support group of high quality bloggers, just like you described. It really comes down to the individual using this service I believe.

    Many thanks for your great encouragement of Buffer Danielle, really glad you find it so useful and it saves so much time. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thank you very much for your comment Danielle, really appreciate it.

  • LeoWid

    Peter, what an amazing comment. So glad to see you here.

    Yes, definitely give Twoolr a go to see how your account is doing so far. Oh and of course Proxlet comes in very handy if your Twitter Account is growing fast and furious, yet you want to see through the clutter. So definitely a good choice them two!

    Many thanks for all your kind words Peter, it is really much appreciated. We are trying our best to make Buffer and blogging work and the results are amazing so far. Your support and the one of many others really makes it a delight to improve and get in touch with more people. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Yep, have a go and fill up your Buffer so you can breathe a little easier during the week :). We speak soon Peter, thanks for stopping by.

  • Ke_Ga

    It is still early days for the Twitter ecosystem – good to see the evolution of of some interesting new apps. It is the app ecosystem that makes Twitter pretty special.

    Kevin, founder

  • LeoWid

    Hi Kevin, many thanks for stopping by.

    Yep indeed, totally agree with you that there is still a long way to go for Twitter’s ecosystem. Especially as user patterns are changing consistently too, new Apps definitely define and coin these new developments in a very useful way.

    Manageflitter rocks seriously by the way, great job Kevin! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Thanks Margaret

  • LeoWid

    Hi Mary,

    Many thanks for telling me about GraphEdge, I have to say I didn’t hear about it before. Sounds very interesting indeed, let me head over now and take a look.

    Many thanks for stopping by Mary ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Margaret, really sorry for letting your comment sit there for a while. Wasn’t quite sure whom you were referring to, but it should have been obvious to me that it is of course Michael the landlord of SocialMediaExaminer here.

    Indeed, I have been reading lots of great stories here in the past and it is a real honour to have a guestpost posted here.

    Many thanks for stopping by Margaret, I am sure you will check out all the other great resources around here.

  • LeoWid

    oh, wow, I am sure this will be a high quality panel, will try to catch some tweets from over here in the UK if I can :).

  • Leon, thanks for the mention of! Glad you are enjoying it. Reach out to me and I will give you a sneak peak at some of the new hidden features.

    Bill Flitter

  • I’m confused by the need for #1, Proxlet. Twitter already provide you with everything you need to get rid of annoying conversations and users whose tweets you don’t want to see. It’s the ‘unfollow’ button.


  • LeoWid

    Hi Bill, many thanks for getting in touch.

    Oh wow, that is amazing, I would love to learn about the latest developments you are baking over at I will definitely get in touch, sounds very promising.

    Thanks again for stopping by :).

  • LeoWid

    Hi Vernon, you are absolutely right, the unfollow button is already a very good “weapon” to get rid of the unwanted noise on Twitter.

    One thing that might happen is that some of this noise is only temporarily though and you don’t want to unfollow the person for it. For example if they are participating in twitter chats or are currently at a conference. This might lead to them tweeting at a higher frequency than usually and with Proxlet you can turn off certain hashtags, but not other tweets you might find useful.

    I hope that helps ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Excellent ! I’m on my way to give a try to this new Twitter tools…

  • LeoWid

    Awesome Gilles, really glad you found it useful, definitely go ahead and have a play with them.

    Thanks for stopping by ๐Ÿ™‚

  • This blog was extremely helpful to me, while I’ve heard io And currently using it, it’s nice to have options and offer suggestions to my clients. I have been using socialsprout and socialreport – both offer me insight and understanding about my community – I am happy to add to my arsenal of tools: Proxlet, Nurph, Twoolr. Always good to have a tool for “that” ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • thanks for the twitter tools!

  • Thanks, Leon! We’d love your feedback. Please let me know if you have any comments/questions. Have a great weekend!

  • LeoWid

    Hi there,

    glad I could help out with this list of tools ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Ana, many thanks for your comment.

    Indeed SocialSprout and SocialReport are great tools and very powerful. The ones I listed here are not really those big dashboard kind of analytics tools but rather smaller Apps which do one thing only, yet are doing this one thing brilliantly I like to believe.

    Oh definitely now you have new ammunition to play around with, glad I could help you out with some :).

    Thanks for stopping by Ana.

  • I guess my concern is that right now spam is bad on twitter. I only see it getting worse before it gets better, and a tool like Triberr, is one that is being used effectively today, but very easily can be used for the kind of content distribution that isn’t welcome by most I believe. Don’t get me wrong, I hope they are able to keep it pure, being able to vett the tweets manually should help if users use it that way. I do indeed like the concept of building a trusted content distribution network, but twitter is at a point where there are a significant number of “users” who would be happy to abuse a tool like this.

    Thanks for the post Leo. I’m looking forward to trying and Twoolr.

  • LeoWid

    Brendan, many thanks for your reply.

    Yes, just like you say as Twitter is growing bigger the noise is growing with it and we really ought to be careful not to create steps into building our own spam traps, totally with you on this.

    As with Triberr I believe you absolutely hit the nail on the head that a lot of people are craving to be part of this network and it will be key not to let some “people” (if they actually are people and not bots ๐Ÿ˜‰ become part of it.

    It definitely comes down to us as people and how careful we handle certain tools which allow us to be on both sides of the game. Remaining on the genuine is definitely the one I would recommend everyone. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Definitely take a look at and Twoolr, I am sure they can make your life easier :).

    Again, many thanks for taking the time Brendan, it is a very important discussion I believe.

  • Last week I published a post entitled “Unlucky 13? Twitter “Worst Practices” for Rookies (and Others) to Avoid” ( I am pleased to see the first and second tools listed in this post, which can help people manage some of the noise in the Twittersphere created by several of the practices I described. #1 particularly appeals to me, because it creates the ability to filter posts without having to unfollow people.

    I’m adding a comment to my post to link people back to these tips. Thanks!

    Courtney Hunt
    Founder, Social Media in Organizations (SMinOrgs) Community

  • I forget that Disqus doesn’t like links included in sentences. Here’s the link to my post again:


  • LeoWid

    Hi Courtney,

    That is really great to see, really means I am not the only one finding these tools useful! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Exactly, Proxlet is a great invention to fight the amount of Twitter noise we encounter every now and then.

    Ok, that is very much appreciated you are linking to the post back into here, thanks.

  • Michael

    So glad I read this. I can see Nurph will be a great tool for our company (Adeal P/L). Our products are photographic accessories and using Nurph will be great for having discussions on products and/or technical information.

  • Leland

    It would be appreciated if you refrained from using such sensationalist language in future posts. The content of this article was good but I really could do without the feeling that you are trying to market something to me. For example:

    “Simply tweet a link to…” <– wow it's so easy maybe I should try it *rolls eyes*.

    "Nurph is one of those things you just have to try!" <– No, it may not be one of those things I have to try. This just came across as insulting my intelligence for some reason.

    "are even able to receive growth" <– this is not a unique feature. There are many twitter statistics tools out there. This wording just had me going over and over again in my head "WOW i can EVEN see growth statistics?".

    I think the point I am trying to get across is that I don't need an article to pile-drive recommendations into my head. Delivering the information in an objective and entertaining manner is enough. I know that these are just small parts of your article, but after reading it I did not get a very authentic feeling from it. A lack of professionality if you will.

  • LeoWid

    Hi Michael,

    awesome you are finding Nurph useful. Yep, just like you say if there are internal questions which need to be discussed quickly and with some more privacy it can definitely help you out.

    Thanks for your comment ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Leland,

    Many thanks for taking the time and wording out your thoughts in detail for me, it’s very much appreciated.

    Oh right, yes, I can totally see why you are getting this feeling after I read your analysis of my own sentences. It definitely makes sense to give everyone an objective view of the tools so they can simply go and have a look themselves just like you say.

    Thanks a lot for your feedback, I will definitely consider it strongly for future posts I am writing, this helps a lot to improve my posts.

  • Alright!!

  • Kudos to you for your response to Leland’s comment, Leo. I personally found it unnecessarily harsh, but you did a great job of focusing on the constructive aspects of his feedback. You may be amused (in a train wreck sort of way) by an example my sister recently shared with me about how NOT to respond to negative feedback. Here’s a short link to it:

  • LeoWid

    Hi Courtney,

    Many thanks for your kind words, yes I believe no matter what someone writes they always have a good reason for doing so and I can always learn from that. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Oh wow, just had a look, this is seriously gone bad! Well, I hope that by seeing it from the other person’s perspective it will always help me far more than being defensive and starting an argument that is not helping anyone.

    Again, I really appreciate it Courtney, let me connect with you on Twitter :).

  • LeoWid

    cheers, yep this one worked! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Matthew Collis

    I find Twoolr to be particularly useful! Another good Twitter resource is TweetWhen which shows you when you’re most likely to get the most retweets. The link is:

    Matthew Collis, IXACT Contact, The Easy Way To Manage Your Contacts

  • LeoWid

    Hi Matthew,

    Yep, you are absolutely right, Twoolr is a particularly great tool to handle and monitor your twitter account.

    Oh, yes, I have heard of hubspot’s tweetwhen, but never actually tried it out, I will do so for sure now, thanks for the heads up on this! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Great list here! Would love for you to check out TweetRoost, too! It’s a Twitter management tool with features like assigning, threading, tagging and commenting, in addition to archiving all tweets!

  • Leesa

    Wow! What a fantastic article and so many new tools to play with and discover! – Thank You so much Leo – I really appreciate your sharing. I wonder if I can be really cheeky and ask for your help – I need to get my fundraising blog out to 1 million people – yes, that’s right 1 million – how can I do this? the blog is – thank you so much for your help. Leesa.

  • LeoWid

    Hi there,

    really glad you found the list useful, oh, never heard about Sprinboard, I will give it a go right away! Especially the archiving tweets part looks very promising. Thanks for the heads up on this.

  • LeoWid

    Leesa, many thanks for your kind words, yes it is just like you say play around and discover, the Twitter world always changes and keeping up with it really is quite tricky at times :).

    Oh, no worries at all, this looks to be a very good cause, I am just going to check out your site now!

    Thanks for stopping by Leesa, much appreciated :).

  • Leo, thanks for a great post! I’ve used Twoolr and really like it. Looking forward to reading your future articles.

  • LeoWid

    Mikey, that’s so great to hear you like the post.

    Yep, Twoolr is my favourite analytics tool for Twitter too, truly awesome. Ok, hope I get another chance here on SME; amazing readers and content they have, that’s for sure! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • #1,#3,#4,#5 made me try right away.
    one thing irritates me is fsquare details on twitter though initially i did it but now i keep things this is a cool feature by proxlet. others i am trying while i reply to u ๐Ÿ™‚

    Twoolr, first thing i am attracted is the ‘content posted’ bifurcation. tells me that what i do more, do i broadcast/spreading the word. great for brands to watch and streamline their objective. just wondering how different its from Klout ? maybe i need to dig in more and that gives me a chance to review it more at our weekly app post ๐Ÿ™‚ i am thinking other than posting on sm networks what good is it.i was reading about them,one thing i was excited is to see that they suggest about your content when you are posting updates.other than this is nothing excites me.

    Triber seems cool and talks about tribe or may be getting ones community streamlined. today most of us is looking for curated information. Alas i can’t check in more as it’s invite based :(. i have a feeling that these kind of apps will cover the cloud. what say ? by the way did they got the tribes thought from ‘godin’ ?
    Great insights Leo ๐Ÿ™‚


  • Great tips and great sharing and i have been using Twitter account and not to the extent other people do. After reading your article i will try some of the tools given here. Thanks once again for the sharing.


  • Ben K.

    Where is Tweet Twain?

  • LeoWid

    Prasant, thanks for your comment.

    Wow, it is amazing to see that that many tools will be useful for you, especially your explanation of why will be great sounds very interesting.

    Oh I see, yes, simply go to the Triberr homepage and check some Tribes which aren’t yet filled up and I am sure if you are producing some quality content they will let you in. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi, thanks for your kind words, really glad you found these tools interesting.

    Yep, it can definitely help with that, good luck testing them! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • LeoWid

    Hi Ben.

    To be honest I never heard about Tweet Twain, but I will certainly check it out now, thanks for the suggestion! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hey Brendan,

    In addition to the manual mode, another way we’ve decided to combat spamming behavior is by limiting the tribal size.

    So far, I think we’ve been successful in bringing much needed attention to smaller bloggers who produce quality content. Which is the point of Triberr.

    Take a look at our user base. I think the quality of our members speaks for itself.

    I love the critical look you’re taking towards the service. It helps us to address the issues and it keeps us honest. Thnx ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • There is a 6th Twitter tool: an Adobe Air client for Twitter Instant messaging called, which is worth a look. To download it go to

  • Thanks for posting Leo! I really love all the tools specially Proxlet. I hate spammers so this tool is helpful to me to block those spammy apps and to mute loud users. Filtering out annoying hashtags is one of its best features.

  • Hey Leo,

    I’m part of Triberr. Glad I was invited and I really didn’t know of its existence until someone actually invited me in ๐Ÿ˜€ is a really interesting site. Must check that out myself.

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  • Jacqueline Biggs

    wow, what a great article Leo! So many tools to try out. So many useful additions in the comments too. Thanks so much!

  • Hi Leo!! Thank you for the ย helpful information ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I’ve also made the review and found some useful apps that will make our Twitter life easier ๐Ÿ™‚ Just have a look at this roundup, hope, it’ll be useful for you ๐Ÿ™‚ย

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