4 New Twitter Tools for Social Media Marketing

Solomon Thimothy - February 17, 2009

4 new twitter toolsToday’s marketing professionals are buzzing about the many benefits and unique opportunities inherent in social media tools such as Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn, and blogging.  Among these tools, Twitter stands out as a favorite among online marketers because of its many useful features for the business community.

Whether you are new to the Twitter community or an experienced veteran, these Twitter tools may prove useful in expanding your following and increasing your capacity to network through this social media marketing goldmine.

Who Should I Follow?

This tool, whoshouldifollow.com, is simply a way to find new Twitter friends.  It allows a member to find out who is following his activity and recommends new networking connections based on location, popularity, and interests.  Using whoshouldifollow.com, Twitter users can increase their network in a focused and advantageous way, maximizing the effectiveness of the social media capabilities of this resource.

Twerpscan

In your efforts to increase your networking capabilities with new friends to follow, Twerpscan helps you to weed out the connections that you may want to avoid.  Twerpscan tracks the activity of your followers to identify those who are following multiple random contacts without reciprocating by offering links, follower’s name, bio, or reputation thumbs up or down.  Using Twerpscan can help you to determine which followers should be blocked as you attempt to develop an advantageous networking community on Twitter.

Summize

Summize is a recent application developed for more effective searching on Twitter.  Unlike many of the search applications available for Twitter, Summize is stable and offers consistent results.  Summize search results yield trending topics and even show results from different language posts.  Best of all, Summize is a speedy search application.

twitt(url)y

Similar to FriendFeed, twitt(url)y provides a constant feed of new URLs that are mentioned in Tweets within your network.  By following twitt(url)y, you can be notified of the latest in news and trends in your area of interest.   A nice feature of twitt(url)y is that it keeps the URL links accurate and up-to-date by visiting the site and verifying the link address, regardless of whether or not the Tweet uses a shortening service to reference the link.

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