Are 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?
You can block spammy apps, temporarily mute loud users, filter out annoying hashtags, and breathe a little easier.
#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 hovercards—so you’re looking at a highly optimized, Twitter-specific chat service. Nurph is one of those things you just have to try!
#3: Share and track your blog content
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This means your Twitter account, your Facebook profile or wherever you want it to be. And on top of that, Dlvr.it also tells you how many clicks your published content received. That might come in handy for your social media efforts as well.
#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.
#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.
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.