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    Twitter Tools: The Definitive List of the Best Twitter Tools

    ZekeLL Adventurer
      A few months ago, people were starting to talk about Twitter. Now, Twitter is no secret; it's THE marketing tool everyone is talking about. If you are not using Twitter to promote your business, you are out of your mind.
      If there's something that gets me more excited than Twitter is the ability to increase Twitter's potential by using tools. But let me give you a word of caution: once you try these Twitter tools, there's no way back. You'll become a Twitter genius and get more exposure for your business than you've ever thought possible. If you are OK with that, read on.

      TweeFind
      This tool allows you to search Twitter users and sorts the results by user rank. This is a great way to find tweets about a specific topic.

      Twi.bz
      As you probably know, tweets can be as long as 140 characters. This URL-shortening service is perfect to keep the URLs short and have more space to write your tweets.

      Twellow
      They call themselves "The Twitter Yellow Pages". Pretty self-explanatory, isn't it?

      Friend or Follow
      This is a great tool to find out who you are following that is not following you back and who is following you that you are not following.

      TwitterCounter
      This tool allows you to see in a graphic how your Twitter followers increase or decrease over time. TweetStats is another cool tool that performs the same task.

      Twitter for WordPress
      Twitter for WordPress displays yours latest tweets in your WordPress blog.

      Twitter Widget for WordPress
      This widget is placed in the sidebar of your WordPress blog and shows your latest Twitter updates.

      TwitBin
      TwitBin is a Firefox extension that allows you to keep up with all of your Twitter conversations right from your browser sidebar.

      Just Tweet It
      Another amazing Twitter directory. Find other Twitter users and list yourself so others can find you.

      TwitterMail
      This service allows you to tweet by email. Really cool.

      TweetBeep
      This one sends you regular emails with the latest updates of the people you are following on Twitter.

      Who Should I Follow?
      Very interesting tool that suggests Twitter users for you to follow, based on the profiles that you are currently following.

      Twitter Search Feature
      It used to be called Summize but now Twitter bought it. As its name reveals it, Twitter Search Feature allows you to search through the last tweets to find users that are posting a given keyword. TwitterMent is another great Twitter search engine.

      Ping.fm
      Although not a specific Twitter tool, Ping.fm is one of the coolest applications out there. It allows you to update your status in more than 40 social networking sites at once. You have to check this one out.

      Qwitter
      Qwitter is a tool that sends you an email when people stop following you. But what makes this tool amazing is the fact that they also tell you what of your tweets made them stop following you.

      TweetLater
      If you are like me, you want to keep your followers updated but you'd rather tweet several messages at once and choose when they should be posted. This is exactly what this tool is for.

       

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        • Re: Twitter Tools: The Definitive List of the Best Twitter Tools
          aacl2009 Adventurer
          Awesome! Rarely do posts have this much meat in them. You were brief and to the point with each tool, clearly explaining just enough information to get readers interested. I liked your invitation at the end of this post as well. You invited readers by saying "If you liked this information..." rather than the assumption that what you said was the answer to everything. I really enjoyed this posts and I will be visiting the blog and joining the facebook group. Thanks!