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7 Twitter Tools We Love That We Think You’ll Love Too

Do you use Twitter for your business? We’re always scouting around for the best tools to help save time. So here are 7 Twitter Tools We Love That We Think You’ll Love Too:

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#1. The Twitter app

First up is the Twitter app, available for iOs and Android. The particularly nice thing about the app is you can set up more than one Twitter account on it, so, for example, you can check your personal and your business Twitter by a simple toggle between them.

#2. Tweetdeck

Tweetdeck is our go-to tool for scheduling and monitoring Twitter. We particularly like the fact that you can set up columns for different streams like hashtags you are monitoring or Twitter lists you have created.

#3. Twitter Analytics

If you’re not using your Twitter Analytics yet, then log onto and log in with your Twitter account to get access to all sort of analytics for how your Twitter is going.

You might like reading 4 Top Tips for Using Twitter Analytics

#4. Followerwonk

Followerwonk comes highly recommended by Amanda Webb of @Spiderworking (who created our Twitter Strategy course). With this tool you can understand better who are your followers, find and connect with new influencers in your niche, and you get insightful reports with the tool. You can try it for free for 1 Twitter profile.

#5. Twitonomy

Twitonomy is a handy tool which offers detailed and visual analytics and insights about your Twitter account.
It’s got a nice backup feature where you can export tweets, retweets, mentions and reports into Excel or PDF format.

#6. Tweetstats


Tweetstats allows you to graph your stats, showing you

  • Tweets per hour
  • Tweets per month
  • Tweet timeline
  • Reply statistics

#7. Tweriod

Tweriod  is a free twitter tool that helps you make the most of Twitter by letting you know the best time to tweet. The free analysis will analyze up to 1000 of your followers.

Over to you now. What’s your favourite Twitter tool? Tell us in the comments below. 

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