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  1. Fab tools Lilach!

    I use a handful myself. Hootsuite, twitterfeed and socialoomph, as well as tweet old post plug in on WordPress. Use tools and personalize to leverage your presence on twitter and gain the trust of your target market.

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  2. Thank you x101 for this very bookmarkable Twitter info. How many of these tools do you currently use yourself?

    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Lisa, my pleasure – delighted you’ve found them useful.

      I’ve used every single tool at various times for different things but then I do like to experiment and find out which ones are the most effective as so many do similar things.

      I would say I use around 5-10 on a regular basis and then others in between plus for clients as well.
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  3. Thibault says:

    That is quite of a list! Congratulations. For me the official twitter op on my iPhone does the trick really! Nothing more simple as that. Honestly, I don’t need that much added tools for my twitter account. Though this is an amazing and complete list! Good work.
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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Thibault. I agree it’s good to keep things simple but what I wanted to share was that there are so many tools out there that do great things. For example so many people aren’t spending the time actually measuring their results and using Twitter blindly so I’m hoping that people will choose a couple of these tools and start to really look at how they can leverage Twitter more effectively for their business.
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  4. Renee says:

    I use several of these tools for twitter/tweeting. HootSuite is my main one. I also use TweetGrid to keep up with twitter chats because I love the multiple column view (I set up 3 columns – 1 for the chat, 1 for the host, 1 for my mentions).
    The tool I need to find is one that can download all the tweets from a large twitter chat. All of the tools I have found only download to X number of tweets and it is never enough.
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  5. Awesome resource Lilach! I’m still suffering from Google’s demise of PostRank Analytics where I could track all kinds of social media interaction from my blog posts. Is there anything out there that is similar to PostRank? How does Bottlenose stack up?
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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Tom appreciate your comment:)

      Bottlenose is good although I didn’t add it in the list above. I think it really depends how you like to view your data, whether it’s graphs, heatmaps etc. As you can see there are so many tools offering these features it’s really about finding one that fits your needs and also for me I factor in things like interfact and how simple they are to use often above what their actual features are!
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  6. This is really an awesome list. There are several services that I have never heard of before. I can’t wait to try them out. Thanks for pulling this together :)
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  7. Wow Lilach – what a useful resource – as you know I support many business start ups – so this will certainly save me repeating, repeating myself :)
    One question: can you send feed of blog through to a linkedin group ? still getting used to all the techie stuff ;)

  8. Excellent tools! I use many of these for the social media programs I manage, but some are new to me. Thank you! Here are two that are not well known, but amazingly useful:

    Relationship Management tool which “graphs Twitter’s hidden networks”: http://twiangulate.com/search/

    A recently discovered free Tweet curation tool which is visibly quite stunning… https://www.rebelmouse.com

  9. Marck says:

    What a long list. Nice work putting them in categories. I’m sure you can keep on going for more tools because there are so many tools for Twitter.
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  10. Woah, huge list Lilach… I use some of these, and plan to try out some of the others you’ve listed too! :)
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  11. Krishna De says:

    This is a helpful and comprehensive list. Thanks for curating it.

    You might want to update the list in relation to CoTweet – Exact Target announced last year that they were closing the free version of their software http://blog.exacttarget.com/blog/focus-on-social/socialengage-the-next-generation-of-social-media-management
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  12. Devi Clark says:

    Wow, what a list. This is both exactly what I want, and a bit overwhelming. I have recently started using Hootsuite for scheduling posts and that is great. I want to send a message back to followers thanking them and pointing them to some free resources. What shall I use for that? And I want to attract new followers. Those are my two current priorities. To be honest, I am a bit lost in the number of tools you have offered here! Thank you, though, it is an astonishing list and very timely for me.

    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Devi appreciate your comment. I’m sorry if the list has overwhelmed you but I would recommend you use the categories and work through them to find the one tool that suits you.

      For example, I use Social Oomph to send direct messages to my followers thanking them for following me (you can also split test it and send different messages to work out which ones are the most effective i.e. which ones generate more replies/traffic).

      Take your time with it and remember to enjoy and have fun with it:)
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    • Anita says:

      Just my opinion, but many people unfollow anyone who sends an automated thank you for following. I do. It smacks of insincerity. And… many others don’t receive the message in the first place because we’ve install the app from SocialOomph that keeps us from receiving any automated messages from their platform. Split test it and see…but I don’t recommend auto-thank yous. Especially if you’re pointing them to another network.
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  13. Lucy Hill says:

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful tools with us, Lilach. I would definitely give them a try soon. Thanks again… :)

  14. Rajesh says:

    Great collection of Twitter tools, nicely done..Thank you Lilach..

  15. Jagdish says:

    Wuaaaaah!!!! What a list !!!!! Great work Lilach…

  16. Lilach, this is an incredible post! I’m going to have hours of fun exploring the many tools on this list that are new to me. But my favorite bit from this whole piece was learning that marketmesuite (which I use and really like) allows geo-targeting!
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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Mary, appreciate your comment. It’s funny how we use tools but never to their maximum, I guess we’re people of habits and get used to using the same functionalities in tools. I’m embarrassed to admit that I had been using Social Oomph for over a year and didn’t realise you could split test their welcome messages and was sending the same one again and again!

      Have fun exploring:)
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  17. Picobee says:

    I would also suggest you check out @twitcleaner It’s free and it helps you clean out old accounts, find spamming accounts, etc…

  18. Hello! Thanks for this awesome list. I try to keep it simple, although I currently use Clicktotweet.com and Justunfollow.com. This weekend, I’ll look over your list to see what I want to add. I don’t want to go crazy with this. I actually left TweetDeck and HootSuite to tweet directly from Twitter again. I just prefer it. However, some of the tools you mentioned would be good to add.
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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks Jolie. I agree about keeping things simple and that’s why it’s so important to go through the categories and find the best tool for each. You dont need to use every single tool and I predominantly only use around a handful on a regular basis. Obviously as I manage multiple accounts for clients I use more than most people so will use some more than others depending on the need/requirements/goals etc.

      I haven’t used Tweetdeck in eons, moved over to Hootsuite very quickly as loved it!
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  19. Whoa!

    This I must admit is the most comprehensive Twitter tool post I’m gonna ever read.

    Quite a lot more than anyone could handle for sure.Just a quick browse through of all the 101 tools and everyone that read will surely have one or two to pick from the pack according to various needs and want.

    My favourite among all is the Hastag section,I already use Hootsuite,Socialoomph and some other tools there.

    Think I need to add iUnFollow.com to the Relationship Management Section,its a wonderful tool I use to follow back my Fans and unfollow people who since never follow me back.

    Good to be here Lilach

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  20. Marc Duke says:

    Great post – fab resource, almost too much info but perfect to put to one side and review. BTW have you looked at Rowfeeder (its old I was using it way back 2009 tracking tweets at an Adobe event).

    Looking forward to the next post which I hope will be a B2B Twitter related case study that is not Dell ;-))


  21. Debbie says:

    Fantastic post Lilach, one that I shall be re-reading quite a few times, with so much info and so many tools out there it’s great to have them all in one place like this.
    I’d also be interested in seeing B2B twitter related post, as I’m currently helping local business owners here in Spain increase their client database & sales, and twitter is proving to be Spain’s favourite social media platform so it would be very relevant for me.
    Thank you once again for a great article.
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  22. Congratulations for making THEE Twitter Tools list of 2013. The categories separation is what separates the sub-par bloggers to the big-dog bloggers like yourself.

    So, which tools do you use on a regular basis? And, did you actually test/dabble with each tool?

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    • Lilach says:

      Thanks so much Marc, really appreciate your awesome feedback:) Whilst there are a lot of tools in the marketplace I hope that people won’t be too overwhelmed and go through each category to find their favorite tool.

      And yes I have used every tool I listed at some point although obviously only use a few on a regular basis.
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  23. Bill says:

    Thank You.
    one of the biggest challenges when you first start learning anything about networks and twitter is the lack of technical jargon. This helps a great deal.

  24. What an awesome list :) I use a bunch of them Hootsuite, Commun.it, & Triberr are amongst my favorites! Thanks for taking the time to compile a great list of tools!
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  25. don guzman says:

    VERY compehensive listing;however,unless I missed it ….. is there any one that gives an audio alert when tweet directed to me is received

  26. Thanks so much for including Sprout Social on the list, Lilach! Much appreciated.

    Brit Thompson | Social Marketing Manager at Sprout Social

  27. Lilach, seems like you put a lot of time and effort into this post. Nice job!

    If you’re ever interested in taking a peek at another tool, I’m the community manager at uberVU and would love to show it to you. We’re a social media marketing, monitoring and insights platform. Feel free to reach out to me via email or by tweeting at me (@emichaud) or our official handle (@ubervu). Looking forward to chatting with you about it!

  28. Tiana Kai says:

    Holy smokes this is quite a list Lilach!!! I am in love with Hootsuite forever and always. I didn’t like Buffer all that much, nor TweetDeck and have seen people start using TWEET4.ME, which is pretty cool in a geeky kinda way…especially when used along with another Twitter ‘client’.
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  30. Lisa says:

    Wow, what an overwhelming list Lilach :) I have used many of these over the years and probably use about 12 regularly now. It’s a matter of testing which ones work best for you. And many of them change over time. Buffer app is my favorite as well as justunfollow.
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  33. Excellent list! It’ll take ages to test all these tools for twitter :)
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  34. Ally Greer says:

    Hey Lilach!

    Wow, what a list – it is awesome! I’m definitely going to be checking out some of the tools on here. I’m Ally, the Community Manager at Scoop.it – thanks for including us in the list! Have you been using Scoop.it at all for your curation efforts? I’d love to talk more about it with you. We have some awesome integrations with some of the other tools on this list, including HootSuite and Buffer!

    Thanks again for the awesome list, I will definitely share it :-)


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  36. Oh my God, how did you manage to mention all these tools??? The majority of them are quite new for me, I will probably use this post as an excellent tutorial for using Twitter, thanks

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  38. Hi Lilach. Thanks for the twitter advice. Already book marked this blog and will pass it on to people who it can help.

  39. Lilach, thanks for the ginormous list. This isn’t an easy post to write.

    If you like InboxQ, then you should check out our new service, http://www.NeedTagger.com (free to try). We released the current version in November, 2012.

    In addition to finding people asking questions you can answer, we identify people complaining about, buying, needing, requesting help, scheduling events, and searching for any type of products, services, content or assistance, We also offer profile (bio) search and location filters (2 types). Twitter only for now.

    There are many uses for a “customer search engine” like NeedTagger, but most of our 1,400 customers use it for sales prospecting, customer support and content marketing.

    How many other tools can find IT professionals hungry for Italian food in your neighborhood?

    The free version limits the number of opportunities you see, but otherwise provides all of the features of our paid version – including daily email alerts, a special-purpose engagement panel, HootSuite integration and unique market analytics.

    After more than a year of development & testing, we are now trying to get the word out. Happy to show you around if you’d like (I’m the CEO and founder).

  40. Great points Lilach. Doctors can also use this tools in marketing of their medical services.

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  64. Jessica says:

    Hello!,,Congratulations for making THEE Twitter Tools list of 2013. The categories separation is what separates the sub-par bloggers to the big-dog bloggers like yourself.Thank you so much for sharing,,,!

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  67. Great list also check out Tweet This:

    An easy way to create a tweet link to share and promote your content on Twitter.
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  73. Thank you Lilach for this wonderful list of 101 twitter tools and apps . Please tell me what twitter tools you use / recommend to send a automated message with a link for new twitter followers .
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  75. Awesome info. Had no idea there was so much cool stuff. Found at least 20 very useful tools for my twitter needs.

    Muchas gracias!

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  77. Just the existence of 100 Twitter tools is mind-boggling. But having to choose the top 100 from an even greater number is … is …. what is bigger than “mind-boggling”?

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  79. Twitter tools are getting very popular now this modern age of technology. It is one of the greatest thing to track our twitter profiles. So thanks for sharing this awesome post.

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  82. Saurabh says:

    Fantastic work Lilach! Quite a few useful tools in there! I need one simple tool that will measure the engagement rate. For eg. enter twitter handle and get the engagement rate out of 100. Any suggestions?

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  87. Thanks a lot very much for the high quality and results-oriented help. I won’t think twice to endorse your blog post to anybody who wants and needs support about this area.

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  89. I’m simply amazed by the excellent resources to take Twitter to the next level. Thanks so much Lilach for providing such a valuable post to help us use Twitter effectively.

    To Your Success,
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