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14 Twitter Tools We Can’t Stop Telling You About

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  • July 1, 2015

At Social Quant, we love Twitter. Twitter List

This is our bread and butter.

But using Social Quant alone isn’t going to make you a Twitter rock star – you need more!

You need great content, to engage with your followers, build relationships, analyze your efforts, participate in Twitter Chats, stay on top of trends, and enjoy all that the Twitterverse has to offer!

This is my list of Twitter Tools you can use for free or next to nothing to build your business through Twitter.

1. Buffer

Buffer let’s you schedule posts to your Twitter feed, search for content suggestions, hook up RSS feeds, and all for free. You can schedule up to 100 posts a month for free before you need to upgrade to the paid version called “Awesome Plan” for $10 a month.

2. HootSuite

As one of the leading social media management platforms, no doubt you’ve heard of HootSuite. With HS you set up streams to keep yourself organized. You can have a stream of your mentions, retweets, recent followers, your own tweets, favorites, direct messages, and more. And of course the ability to schedule your tweets for free with no limits is pretty spectacular.

3. SocialOomph

What SocialOomph does, that no other social media scheduling tool does, is allows you to create content buckets. You can create categories of content and fill those categories (buckets) with content. And then you tell SocialOomph when it should share the content from that bucket. It’s a really neat trick! Don’t be fooled when you look at SocialOomph – it doesn’t look like much but it’s definitely a good timesaving tool.

4. Sprout Social

Oh Sprout Social, how I love thee. I constantly talk about Sprout Social because it’s my favorite social media scheduling tool. It’s not as budget friendly as Buffer, HootSuite or Post Planner, but it integrates with lots of other tools with ease, keeps all my social media engagements in one Smart Inbox, and gives some beautiful, easy-to-understand reports.

5. Post Planner

Post Planner lets you schedule posts to Facebook and Twitter, but what really sets them apart is their Viral Photos feature. They let you see what images are hot right now on social media from all your favorite pages. They really do help you “plan your posts” with proven content! Using images on Twitter is a must, and Post Planner makes it easy.

6. Tweetdeck

The ability to see all the updates of Twitter in real-time is amazing on Tweetdeck. You can filter searches, monitor multiple profiles, track events and hashtags, and never have to hit the refresh button again!

7. Twitter Analytics

Measurement and analytics help you make better choices, increase your return on investment (ROI), and make you a better entrepreneur! Twitter analytics come free with your Twitter account and you can see what tweets are performing well, demographic information on your followers, and lots of really interesting stats about your Twitter profile.

8. SumAll

Along the same line as Twitter Analytics, SumAll lets you see your social media analytics for more than just Twitter. But what I really love about SumAll is that you can automate tweets about how many followers and unfollowers you got this week, what your reach was, and my personal favorite, you can thank your top retweeters! SumAll is a simple, visual analytics dashboard, which is why a lot of people really love it!

9. TweetChat

Have you participated in any Twitter chats yet? TweetChat lets you really participate in these real-time conversations with ease. Whether you’re hosting a chat or participating, TweetChat makes it easy to participate, follow along, and moderate.

11. Feedly

When it comes to Twitter, you have to tweet more to make an impact. One strategy you can use is curating content – personally, I’m a huge fan of this! And Feedly is the tool I use to make it easy. Feedly lets me organize blogs and publications online by topic and keep them in one place. Instead of manually visiting every blog I know I like to read, this puts them all in one stream so I can easily browse and really find what I want to read and share. Bonus! Feedly is free and integrates with Sprout Social for even easier curation.

12. IFTTT

If This, Then That or IFTTT, lets you create recipes for how you want your networks and applications to work together. For example, let’s talk about Instagram. You post a great photo that you think your Twitter followers would enjoy too. You can hit that “Twitter” button on Instagram to auto share it over but all they see is a link. Bummer. With IFTTT you can set up a recipe so that when you post to Instagram it actually uploads the photo to Twitter for you instead of just a link. There are so many uses outside of Twitter on IFTTT. Start digging into the recipes or make your own!

13. Hashtagify

Oh, the wonderful world of hashtags. Hashtagify helps you hone in on the popular hashtags that are trending worldwide, locally, and what your industry is using. My favorite use for Hashtagify is to put in a hashtag I use regularly and then find out what other hashtags are commonly used with it. For example, I put in #SocialMedia and found that people also like to use #SEO and #infographic when they tweet about #SocialMedia. Cool!

14. Social Quant

We have to mention Social Quant, or at least I do. I couldn’t very well write this post without telling you about SQ from my perspective. I, hands down, love this tool! It saves me HOURS of work time every week by following and unfollowing Twitter users on my behalf based on a select group of keywords of my choosing. Instead of spending all my time searching and then following, and then going back to unfollow, and trying to build a network, SQ takes that off my hands. It’s amazing what they can do! I’ve been using them for 75 days and they have taken me up 270% on my Twitter follower count. That’s INSANE. You have to check them out. No joke.

What Twitter tools do you use that you couldn’t be without?

Author Stephanie Nissen

Steph Nissen is a social media strategist, manager, and speaker who works primarily with small businesses. She is the CEO of Nissen Media, a social media and marketing consultant agency in Missouri where she works to educate, train, and empower small businesses on social media. You can connect with Steph on Twitter at: www.Twitter.com/StephNissen_

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  • Great list of tools. Currently just using buffer and have been evaluating if twitter is a good platform for me. There are many beaders, handmade jewelry people who are on twitter but none stand out as influencers. May need to look toward fashion.

    • You become the Influencer Roslyn. I think if you build the right following and obviously share great content, Twitter could be a great opportunity for you. We’re obviously big fans because it’s what our business is about, but truly we’ve seen so many customers in so many different niches have great success.

  • Great list of tools. Currently just using buffer and have been evaluating if twitter is a good platform for me. There are many beaders, handmade jewelry people who are on twitter but none stand out as influencers. May need to look toward fashion.

    • You become the Influencer Roslyn. I think if you build the right following and obviously share great content, Twitter could be a great opportunity for you. We’re obviously big fans because it’s what our business is about, but truly we’ve seen so many customers in so many different niches have great success.

  • Absolutely some of my favorites on this list!

  • Absolutely some of my favorites on this list!

  • Beverley Golden

    What a great resource list! I am a big fan of Hootsuite and am open to checking out some of the other resources you share here too. Some much to digest and explore. I tend to stick with things that work for me, regardless of what other people say works for them. I guess it is always a matter of preference and what your individual needs are. Thanks for the great outline of possibilities here!

    • Thanks Beverley and change is hard sometimes when we’re use to our existing systems/tools. I try every Saturday morning to try out some new and see if it will help or make a difference. Hard when so many great choices 🙂

  • Beverley Golden

    What a great resource list! I am a big fan of Hootsuite and am open to checking out some of the other resources you share here too. Some much to digest and explore. I tend to stick with things that work for me, regardless of what other people say works for them. I guess it is always a matter of preference and what your individual needs are. Thanks for the great outline of possibilities here!

    • Thanks Beverley and change is hard sometimes when we’re use to our existing systems/tools. I try every Saturday morning to try out some new and see if it will help or make a difference. Hard when so many great choices 🙂

  • Janell McIlwain

    I love this article. Tools help with social media management. I have tried quite a few you have on the list and will look at a few that I haven’t. Thanks for letting us know the why and how the tool works. Saves us time. Love the hashtag sign, 🙂

    • Thanks Janell and yes we love that photo of Stephanie also 🙂

  • Janell McIlwain

    I love this article. Tools help with social media management. I have tried quite a few you have on the list and will look at a few that I haven’t. Thanks for letting us know the why and how the tool works. Saves us time. Love the hashtag sign, 🙂

    • Thanks Janell and yes we love that photo of Stephanie also 🙂

  • All wonderful tools! Thanks for the info!

  • All wonderful tools! Thanks for the info!

  • Carol Rundle

    I love, love, love Buffer. I tried Post Planner, but found it difficult to use. I’ve also used IFTTT as well. A good post to save for later use.

    • Thanks Carol. Once you understand how to utilize Post Planner I think you’ll love it. It really does help you increase engagement dramatically on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other Social sites. Big fans of IFTTT and Buffer also.

      Thanks for checking out this post.

  • Carol Rundle

    I love, love, love Buffer. I tried Post Planner, but found it difficult to use. I’ve also used IFTTT as well. A good post to save for later use.

    • Thanks Carol. Once you understand how to utilize Post Planner I think you’ll love it. It really does help you increase engagement dramatically on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other Social sites. Big fans of IFTTT and Buffer also.

      Thanks for checking out this post.

  • Great tools. Pick the ones that work best for you and maximize it.

    IFTTT is an awesome tool for you to capture/sleuth people’s conversation without staying online all day. You can you it to capture your clients’ frustrations and happiness about your industry and many more.

    These selections are cool.

    • Thanks for checking the post out. We’re big fans of IFTTT ourselves and use it for tons of different things (especially on Twitter) 🙂

      • I will like to read more of your insights about the use of IFTTT on twitter and perhaps, on Google+ too. Thanks.

        • We’ll add that to our que for a future post. Thanks for the question. One of my favorite recipes is taking anyone that mentions or retweets you and adding them to a Twitter list. You can call the list anything you want that would make them appreciate being added to a list just as you appreciate them RT/mentioning you. We’ll add that in a post 🙂

  • Great tools. Pick the ones that work best for you and maximize it.

    IFTTT is an awesome tool for you to capture/sleuth people’s conversation without staying online all day. You can you it to capture your clients’ frustrations and happiness about your industry and many more.

    These selections are cool.

    • Thanks for checking the post out. We’re big fans of IFTTT ourselves and use it for tons of different things (especially on Twitter) 🙂

      • I will like to read more of your insights about the use of IFTTT on twitter and perhaps, on Google+ too. Thanks.

        • We’ll add that to our que for a future post. Thanks for the question. One of my favorite recipes is taking anyone that mentions or retweets you and adding them to a Twitter list. You can call the list anything you want that would make them appreciate being added to a list just as you appreciate them RT/mentioning you. We’ll add that in a post 🙂

  • Hi Stephanie. I’m Jonah from Hashtagify.me. Thanks a lot for including us in your great article It’s great to hear that you find our service useful!:)

    Have a great day!

    Jonah

    • Thanks Jonah for stopping by again. You know we’re big fans of Hashtagify and recommend it to all our new members to utilize when choosing keywords for Social Quant.

  • Kristen Wilson

    Love all these tips and tools Steph. I use HS for myself and my clients and Sprout for a client I do outsourcing work for all their social.. but just started using Buffer too as I am getting irritated with all the HS issue. urgh. Love Post Planner and some of these other ones and getting excited about trying some more. thanks

    • Thanks Kristen and we’re big fans of Post Planner ourselves. Have you started to use their new Twitter features? Powerful for sure.

  • Kristen Wilson

    Love all these tips and tools Steph. I use HS for myself and my clients and Sprout for a client I do outsourcing work for all their social.. but just started using Buffer too as I am getting irritated with all the HS issue. urgh. Love Post Planner and some of these other ones and getting excited about trying some more. thanks

    • Thanks Kristen and we’re big fans of Post Planner ourselves. Have you started to use their new Twitter features? Powerful for sure.

  • Katarina Andersson

    Great tips Stephanie, and I use a lot of these tools. Especially, Sprout Social, TweetDeck, SumAll…but also other such as SpiderQube…to analyze and manage Twitter.

    • Thanks for stopping by Katarina and for sharing what tools you use also. We’ll check out SpiderQube. We obviously love data driven marketing here at Social Quant 🙂

  • Katarina Andersson

    Great tips Stephanie, and I use a lot of these tools. Especially, Sprout Social, TweetDeck, SumAll…but also other such as SpiderQube…to analyze and manage Twitter.

    • Thanks for stopping by Katarina and for sharing what tools you use also. We’ll check out SpiderQube. We obviously love data driven marketing here at Social Quant 🙂

  • Lorii Abela

    I really appreciate your great efforts in sharing this article to anyone. I believe that this service is useful and serves its purpose.

  • Lorii Abela

    I really appreciate your great efforts in sharing this article to anyone. I believe that this service is useful and serves its purpose.

  • Thanks Jonah for stopping by again. You know we’re big fans of Hashtagify and recommend it to all our new members to utilize when choosing keywords for Social Quant.

  • Great post Stephanie! Are you using all of these tools? I’m really wondering how you (and others) find time to juggle so many different tools… I like MAnageFlitter to grow my following on Twitter.

    • Erika thanks for stopping by.

      We’d love if you checked out Social Quant over ManageFlitter as we believe you’ll truly love the difference. As for the tools above I’ll let Stephanie answer, though we love many of them. Our secrete weapon is really: Socialoomph, Twitter and Social Quant working together. Together those 3 drive over 20,000 visits a month to our website and are one of our largest traffic sources.

      Thanks again for visiting 🙂 ~ Mike

      • Thanks. Do you have a free trial to check it out? I see I could start straight with the paying plan which is 10x what I’m paying for ManageFlitter. I like to check out things before I sign up straight with a paying plan…

        • Erika if you’d like to email me at mike@SocialQuant.net I can give you a referral code for 50% off. Also I’m happy to offer a 14 day money back guarantee to give you some time to see exactly how well we’ll do for you. Check out some of our testimonials on the signup page and you’ll see our service does it’s best to over-deliver.

  • Great post Stephanie! Are you using all of these tools? I’m really wondering how you (and others) find time to juggle so many different tools… I like MAnageFlitter to grow my following on Twitter.

    • Erika thanks for stopping by.

      We’d love if you checked out Social Quant over ManageFlitter as we believe you’ll truly love the difference. As for the tools above I’ll let Stephanie answer, though we love many of them. Our secrete weapon is really: Socialoomph, Twitter and Social Quant working together. Together those 3 drive over 20,000 visits a month to our website and are one of our largest traffic sources.

      Thanks again for visiting 🙂 ~ Mike

      • Thanks. Do you have a free trial to check it out? I see I could start straight with the paying plan which is 10x what I’m paying for ManageFlitter. I like to check out things before I sign up straight with a paying plan…

        • Erika if you’d like to email me at mike@SocialQuant.net I can give you a referral code for 50% off. Also I’m happy to offer a 14 day money back guarantee to give you some time to see exactly how well we’ll do for you. Check out some of our testimonials on the signup page and you’ll see our service does it’s best to over-deliver.

  • Beth Kovinsky Blacker

    What a great list of resources and I totally agree with you re: Social Quant. I have watched my husband’s company Twitter page grow exponentially…or at least by our standards 😉

    • 🙂 Thanks Beth. And thanks for the Social Quant plug.

  • Beth Kovinsky Blacker

    What a great list of resources and I totally agree with you re: Social Quant. I have watched my husband’s company Twitter page grow exponentially…or at least by our standards 😉

    • 🙂 Thanks Beth. And thanks for the Social Quant plug.

  • Natalie Palombi

    Oh Lord! This is like fuel to my ADHD :p Gonna try out SocialOomph and TweetChat!

    • Natalie you’ll love SocialOomph. Between SocialOomph, our tool Social Quant and Twitter we get over 20,000 visits a month to our site. SocialOomph really makes sharing great content consistently easy.

  • Natalie Palombi

    Oh Lord! This is like fuel to my ADHD :p Gonna try out SocialOomph and TweetChat!

    • Natalie you’ll love SocialOomph. Between SocialOomph, our tool Social Quant and Twitter we get over 20,000 visits a month to our site. SocialOomph really makes sharing great content consistently easy.

  • Cynthia V. Anderson

    I would have loved to share this post on Google+ but the “floating share” selections kept floating & would never allow me to click the bottom button on my share. How do turn off the “floating” so I don’t have to keep trying to race down to hit the post button?

    • Thanks Cynthia for the feedback. Sometime Flare (the plugin you’re talking about) acts a little wacky. The only way to get around it is to minimize your screen. When I’m on sites and see this plugin sometimes I have to hit Command and press my – button to minimize the screen size a few then go back to normal size. It’s frustrating and I know it cost us shares I’m sure. Appreciate you checking out this post.

      • Cynthia V. Anderson

        Roslyn, you have earned my trust & following by not only your your rapid response, but also your candidness, honesty, and delightful voice in your answer. I have found that when reviewing conversations from many blogger’s posts, the date stamp displays “over a year ago” ~ Yikes!

  • Cynthia V. Anderson

    I would have loved to share this post on Google+ but the “floating share” selections kept floating & would never allow me to click the bottom button on my share. How do turn off the “floating” so I don’t have to keep trying to race down to hit the post button?

    • Thanks Cynthia for the feedback. Sometime Flare (the plugin you’re talking about) acts a little wacky. The only way to get around it is to minimize your screen. When I’m on sites and see this plugin sometimes I have to hit Command and press my – button to minimize the screen size a few then go back to normal size. It’s frustrating and I know it cost us shares I’m sure. Appreciate you checking out this post.

      • Cynthia V. Anderson

        Roslyn, you have earned my trust & following by not only your your rapid response, but also your candidness, honesty, and delightful voice in your answer. I have found that when reviewing conversations from many blogger’s posts, the date stamp displays “over a year ago” ~ Yikes!

  • Liz Benoit Cozby

    I may stop all social interaction just so I can get on board and play with some of these.

    • Thanks Liz and let us know what you think. Have a great week ~

  • Liz Benoit Cozby

    I may stop all social interaction just so I can get on board and play with some of these.

    • Thanks Liz and let us know what you think. Have a great week ~

  • Jackie Harder

    I’m embarrassed to say I haven’t done much on Twitter at all lately except post. I know. Bad Jackie, bad Jackie!

    • Surprised as you’re such a good person to have conversations with. Funny, wicked smart and caring.

  • Jackie Harder

    I’m embarrassed to say I haven’t done much on Twitter at all lately except post. I know. Bad Jackie, bad Jackie!

    • Surprised as you’re such a good person to have conversations with. Funny, wicked smart and caring.

  • Alicia Henderson

    So far I only use Hootsuite. Looks like I may have to dive in and use some other apps to increase engagement.

    • Hootsuite is a great tool. Let us know if you have further questions on any of the tools mentioned.

      Thanks for visiting Social Quant. ~ Mike

  • Alicia Henderson

    So far I only use Hootsuite. Looks like I may have to dive in and use some other apps to increase engagement.

    • Hootsuite is a great tool. Let us know if you have further questions on any of the tools mentioned.

      Thanks for visiting Social Quant. ~ Mike

  • Great post Stephanie. As there is overlap with many of these which of those do you use as part of your everyday approach?

    • Thanks for checking this post out Steven.

      We love using obviously our own tool (Social Quant) but always have Socialoomph running also to share consistent great content with our followers. Also a big fan of Post Planner to find great content to share along with my Feedly 🙂

  • Great post Stephanie. As there is overlap with many of these which of those do you use as part of your everyday approach?

    • Thanks for checking this post out Steven.

      We love using obviously our own tool (Social Quant) but always have Socialoomph running also to share consistent great content with our followers. Also a big fan of Post Planner to find great content to share along with my Feedly 🙂

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  • Bain

    I’ve been using Co-Schedule to keep my blog and twitter in check, as well as my blog’s facebook page. I’m going to check out Hashtagify!

    • Big fan of Hashtagify! You’ll love it. Let us know what you think ~ Mike

  • Bain

    I’ve been using Co-Schedule to keep my blog and twitter in check, as well as my blog’s facebook page. I’m going to check out Hashtagify!

    • Big fan of Hashtagify! You’ll love it. Let us know what you think ~ Mike

  • Great list of tools 🙂

    • Thanks for dropping by Quuu 🙂 Great website and hearing a lot about it. Wishing great successes ~ Mike

  • Javier

    Hi Stephanie, great post. I would add Tweet Binder, a tool to get Twitter stats on hashtags an terms. Best, congrats on the post!

  • I’ve just started using DrumUp.io to schedule curated posts. Their service does the curation based on keywords for me. I spend about 10 minutes scheduling a week’s worth of content for 2 twitter accounts. I then use IFTTT to send those articles to Facebook pages and my LinkedIn profile. It’s pretty clear that MANY, MANY Twitter users are also using Tweet Jukebox these days; you cannot miss the canned quotes.

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