Friday, December 23, 2011

5 Free Twitter Tools You Need To Use For Your Business -- By Pam Lawhorne

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Thank you Pam Lawhorne

There are many, many tools available to you as an entrepreneur, using Twitter to promote yourself and your business.
From tracking your influence to market research, from mobile phones to alternate interfaces - it's all there. And best of all, many of these tools are free.
Here are five free tools you can use to help build your online business.
TwitterMail - Use Email To Post Tweets
TwitterMail is especially useful for people who have phones that can send email, but don't have an app for Twitter.
Basically, TwitterMail allows you to send an email to post to your Twitter account. You can specify when it'll be posted  such as 4 hours from now.
This can also be a very useful tool for posting to Twitter from an HTML form, a PHP script or any other email generated on your server.
It's much simpler than learning the Twitter API.
Twitscoop - An Alternative Twitter Interface, With A Unique Cloud
Twitscoop allows you to send tweets, receive tweets and manage friend requests without ever having to leave the page.
Unlike Twitter, where you're constantly loading and reloading, Twitscoop saves you time by never needing to reload.
In other words, it's a faster, free, alternative Twitter interface.
In addition, Twitscoop also features a unique Twitter cloud that can help you keep track of all the most talked-about topics in the twittersphere.
Retweet Rank - How Many Retweets Are You Getting?
I love this one! Let me ask you a question: When you send out a tweet, how many people in turn tweet that out to their friends?
How does your "retweet-power" measure against other Twitter users?
Retweet Rank can tell you. You don't need an account, all you need to do is go to their site and type in your username.
Twitter Grader - How Influential Are You?
Want to know how you stack up against other Twitter users overall? Twitter Grader can show you.
In addition to stacking you up against other Twitter users, it'll also offer brief suggestions for improving your Twitter account.
Qwitter - Know Who Unfollowed You!
Ever wondered who clicked the Unfollow button? Ever wonder how many unfollows you're actually getting?
Just because your follower count is going up doesn't mean people aren't unfollowing - you could just be getting more new followers.
Qwitter will send you a daily email, showing you exactly who unfollowed you.
This can be enormously useful both from a personal perspective  such as knowing if someone influential is losing interest.
Plus it can also help you from a statistical perspective  such as finding out your average follower retention rate.
These are a few free yet useful tools available to entrepreneurs who want more visibility online.
Why not give them a try today? It won't cost you anything and can save you hours in the future.
I hope that this information has been helpful to you and if so I'd love to hear about it!
Please leave me a comment letting me know at least one tip that you plan to use immediately because you're know it will make a difference in your business.
Have an amazing day!
Pam Lawhorne
I teach entrepreneurs and business owners how to use social marketing to increase their income while building their brand and their business.
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