|New Blog Article: Five Great New Tools for Making Twitter Easier
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The following excerpt is from our latest blog article about new Twitter tools.
Each week, we learn about more Twitter-related tools that make it easier to manage this phenomenal social networking site. Here are a few of our favorites, for you to ‘check out.’ Please share your favorite Twitter tools by posting a comment to this blog article.
This tool will let you enter your Twitter ID information and then it shows you a list of the people that you are following, who have not tweeted in the past 30 / 60 / etc. days. You are then given the opportunity to ‘unfollow’ these people because they have been inactive. If you are approaching your limit on how many people that you can follow, then you may find this to be helpful. However, this tool may be unnecessary if you find that the list includes people who occasionally contribute something worthwhile - as they are certainly not clogging your In Box.
If you are following lots of people (over 200) or if you follow many very active Tweeters, then you may want a tool that will help you to ‘manage’ this traffic by being able to show you everything at once, including your Facebook friends. TweetDeck.com t lets you create columns, groups, saved searches and to create automated updates.
This is an interesting tool because its purpose is to help you to create a very large ‘following’ quickly. While we don’t use this tool at this time, it’s worth checking out for a few reasons. First, I really like the way they provide a video intro to explain the service. (For the rest of this article and for more detailed information on Internet marketing and news, please visit our