Just a wondering if anyone is big on twitter? I am just getting into it now. I am a bit slow I guess...
absolutely!, top 300 in Ny! ..did an ego google and found that tidbit of info
I only like it as a marketing tool..which of course is not its suggested use
works well then obviously if you use it that much?
I have a lot of friends that seem to like to hang out there..I get bored easy so I only go there when I finish a hub.
this makes my twitter use easier
it turns your url bar above into a twitter console also...so you can just click and send a url to twitter and/or type messages, ive used a lot of diff twitter add-ons, this one has my current vote for least obtrusive and easily accessed, i use it way more frequently now, its inportant that all your tweets dont lead to just your hubpages, this way you can easily share articles and make more personal messgaes...the type of things these twitter freaks enjoy, lol
i just brushed my teeth
boy, i like cheerios, lol
out of coffee, running to the store
read my hub ____________--
I refuse to tweet. I already have a myspace, facebook, youtube, and hub.
I have really grown to love Hootsuite.
There was a thread here several days ago, and I was using tweetdeck, but Hootsuite was recommended. Being that it's a web based app makes it easy to keep things synced between my laptop and my desktop.
Add multiple twitter accounts, facebook, linkedin, etc and you can even establish "editors" who you give access to post tweets and updates to certain accounts on your behalf. I have a deals account on twitter, and there are three of us posting deals on it from Hootsuite. You can post to all accounts, one account or any combination from a single interface.
It also has the ability to keep a running search on certain keywords in your niche, so you can see what people are saying about it.
i have tried and heard good things about hootsuite..I just never really enjoyed twitter, so even clicking a bookmark tab to reach hootsuite is more energy than I would like to expend...its a highly recommended tool over at lifehacker though! an that editor feature seems rather handy..i could outsource my tweeting!
heh. i feel like doing that sometimes. i just don't tweet like i used to...
I don't enjoy twitter much either, and I'm not very organized. The app allows me to see what I want since I have different tabs within it. For example, the deals tweets, I have many followers and follow everyone back. I don't care to see anything in that account, so I just copy paste the tweet into the bar, check the account to post it to and I'm good.
Meanwhile, I have my personal twitter tab open receiving news and friends info, and my facebook news feed on a separate tab. Helps an unorganized dolt like myself to use twitter more efficiently.
My, it does sound like I'm trying to sell you on it doesn't it? I assure you when they start charging for it and open up an affiliate, I'll be the first to join, but I wasn't paid for this post!
It depends what you call big, I have have over 3.5 thousand followers.
An average of one follower per tweet and followers are growing.
I have not been doing a lot lately, because I noticed politicians have been using my tweets. When I said, they just Don't get it on twitter, you saw what they did with that. You would think it was Nick Clegg and David Cameron came up with that punch line.
Thanks for the tip on hootsuite
I also find iGoogle extremely helpful, very simple.
I am having trouble getting in to twitter, I can see the value, but it seems like a whole extra job for me to do on every post I make, time I could spend creating new articles.
Hootsuite is good
What is the easiest way to automate, hootsuite or another app?
Can I automate by interval or do I have to schedule?
I want alternate tweets at regular intervals, is this possible?
Just out of interest is there any application where I can have several accounts logged in concurrently with different tabs so I can just open the app, choose the twitter account/channel and update, that way I can have an account for each of my websites.
@thisisoli, try Hootsuite It is capable of exactly what you want.
@Bovine Currency, I believe there is something called Social Oomph (used to be Tweet Later) that does what you are wanting. If I recall, it's expensive. There may be something else out there...
I signed up for hootsuite, I don't get it....
Do you have friends, fans, followers...whats the point?
How do you get more followers on Twitter...I enjoy my hub followers but want to reach a larger audience.
by SunSeven 10 years ago
Your feedback is most appreciated http://hubpages.com/hub/All-that-Twitters-is-not-GoldBest Regards
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