Right use of Twitter Features

The first tweet was published almost 8 years ago and Twitter has come a long way since then. This guide tells you the best tools that will help you get the most out of Twitter.Below we provide the best use of Twitter for Beginners

  1. Nuzzel– This is an intelligent filter for Twitter and helps you to discover the most popular news stories shared across your Twitter network.


  1. Flipboard– Connect your Twitter account to Flipboard and it will produce a beautiful magazine for all your Twitter feeds that you can flip through on the web, mobile and Windows 10 devices.


  1. TallTweets– It makes you send tweets of any length by expanding your long tweet into multiple -character tweets and sending them in sequence.


  1. SpruceCanva / Adobe Post – Pick a photo, write some text and watch as these tools transform your text into a typographical masterpiece.


  1. Storify– A web-based app that helps you find and curate tweets around topics and turns them into stories. You can also pull in YouTube videos, Facebook posts and other content from the social web in your stories.


  1. Twitter Curator– This is like Storify  for Google Docs . You can search, filter and collect tweets right inside a Google Document.


  1. Buffer– The best applications for scheduling tweets. They offer useful analytics and the same tweet can be simultaneously published to Facebook and LinkedIn as well.


  1. Twitter Archiver– Specify a search phrase or an #hashtag and the archiver will pull in all matching tweets into a Google Sheet where they’ll live forever.


  1. Twitter RSS– Easily create RSS feeds for Twitter search results and subscribe to them inside Feedly or any other feed reader.


  1. Egg Followers– Find all your Twitter followers that are still using the default egg as their profile picture. All of them are likely spam accounts.


  1. TwitterCounter– Notify  how your Twitter circle has grown over time. Some of this data is now available inside Twitter Analytics.


  1. TweepsMap– It creates a Google Map of your followers so you know where they are coming from and where they actually locate.


  1. Tweriod– This is the tool which analyzes the time when your followers are most active on Twitter. You can set your time your tweets accordingly for maximum reach.


  1. Sleeping Time– Know the time period when a particular Twitter user is least active online.


  1. PayWithTweet– Tweets are a form of social currency and some websites will happily give away design goodies, PDF eBooks, coupon codes, etc. in return of tweets.


  1. TheHash– It takes the most popular tweets around trending hashtags for the day and puts them in a beautiful design.


  1. Direct– It makes a messenger-style interface to Twitter permitting you to chat with anyone through DMs.


  1. Twitter Merge– Send personalized Tweets or DM multiple people in one go from a Google Spreadsheet.


  1. Twipho– It is a search engine for Twitter but limited to tweets with images.


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