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Five Twitter Tools for an Easy Life – Part 1

Written on April 04, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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With too many Twitter-related tasks that you have to accomplish, a Twitter tool can definitely make it easy for you. Check out All We Like's five new Twitter tools for an easy life.

still garners 460,000 users every day. And in order to be on top of this popular micro-blogging media, tools can be of big help. Let All We Like share with you five new tools that can help you achieve many blue-bird related tasks.


Hashable gives you a chance to document all the relationships you make on Twitter and other social networks. All you have to do is simply add a hash tag in a tweet introduction of the person you just met. The app will store all the information in a log, so that you can keep track of your contacts.


There are many Tweet-scheduling services out there, but not as simple and as hassle-free as Buffer. With this new , all you have to do is post a few tweets, and let the app schedule it for you throughout the day. Another great feature of Buffer is that you can add tweets from any web page using a browser extension.


Tweriod analyses you and your followers’ tweets. This tool gives you a graph of times of the day and days of the week your tweets have the most visibility. A super simple tool yet very useful.


Managing your Twitter followers is now easier than ever! Thanks to ManageFlitter. With this tool, you can un-follow Twitter accounts that don’t follow you back, users that clutter you stream, and inactive Tweeps. What’s more is that no registration is required for ManageFlitter. You can sign in using your Twitter’s authentication system, and off you go.


The Archivist provides users with insights and data about a certain search term. Just look for the term that interests you, and this tool will present you with plenty of information like how much the term has been tweeted, its top users, and number of retweets. In addition to this, The Archivist enables you to download the data so you can add it into presentations, reports and other analytics.

Do you find the new Twitter tools cool? Go give them a try, and don’t forget to share your reviews at the comment box below.


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