Belle Beth Cooper, Author at Social Media Examiner

social media toolsManaging, monitoring and updating Twitter accounts takes time and effort. Especially if you’re looking after multiple accounts.

You definitely need a great app on your side to make things as simple and easy as possible.

Today I want to examine the best web-based third-party Twitter clients available.

Let’s take a look at what they have to offer and what’s missing.

#1: HootSuite

Like most social media dashboards, HootSuite uses a simple column layout. The light color scheme makes it easy on the eye and helps links and menu buttons to stand out.

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social media toolsAre you looking to simplify management of your social activities? If so, then Ifttt is for you.

Don’t be put off by Ifttt’s crazy name. This is one handy tool that you should definitely know about.

Ifttt stands for “If this, then that,” which is a very basic way of explaining the site’s whole premise.

With very little effort on your part, Ifttt will connect your online accounts and services to create triggered events. After setting a trigger from one service, you can create a task to be activated automatically when the trigger goes off.

ifttt dashboard

Ifttt lets us common people work with scary Internet codes like APIs without ever knowing it.

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social media toolsDo you have more than one Twitter account?

If you use social media for your business or to promote other companies, you probably have many different accounts to keep track of.

Dashboard apps can help you keep tabs on various networks at once and update multiple accounts.

However, when you want an enhanced Twitter experience from your browser, these three free tools can help.

#1: Silver Bird

A feature-packed little extension, Silver Bird offers a multitude of Twitter features in a smart pop-up box.

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social media toolsAre you looking for a better way to manage all of your social accounts?

With the growing number of social networks, it can be a pain to keep on top of them all.

Below I’ve highlighted three tools to help you manage your various social networking accounts from one neat dashboard.

#1: Alternion

Just recently out of private beta testing, Alternion packs a punch with the number of networks and social profiles you can manage.

alternion add services

Each profile or account is added by logging into the original site and allowing Alternion to access your account.

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