Posts Tagged ‘fact sheet’
Here are the new sites added in the September update of my Twitter fact sheet. If you want the complete fact sheet you can download it for free from here :
Mr Tweet is a tool that helps you find great people and followers relevant to your interests. The service is still in beta but they already have an api and a Mozilla browser plug-in. Among other things Mr.Tweet uses recommendations to suggest people you might find interesting. You can give and receive recommendations through the service.
Twitter feed, , is a service that lets you autopost your tweets from one or more rss feeds, typically your blogs. Might be used to automate your twittering to some degree, I do not use this service personally but combined with for example yahoo pipes it has lots of potential.
Tweetbrain is a service that allows you to use Twitter to get answers to your questions. You can also use it as a tool to promote yourself in the twitter sphere and answer other peoples questions.
Twitter grader gives your twitter account a score. This one is useful to make sure you haven’t forgotten any of the basics. That could cost you lots and lots of followers
Finally Tweeteffect lets you monitor you following count after each of your tweets. It’s interesting to see which tweets caused you to gain or lose followers. Just remember that you must have quite a few followers for the numbers to be significant and that it might be hard to compare numbers over time since you most likely grown your number of followers over time.
Regardless it gives you a good idea of what works for your crowd on Twitter.
That’s all for this time, download the complete twitter fact sheet