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July 15, 2009
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I’m familiar with Twitter, its marketing impact and value to a brand… but I’m far from being a Twunkie (Twitter Junkie.) In fact it seems like this social media darling adds a new app with almost every Tweet. So to help out here are a few better known Twitter Apps/ Terms, you can also visit The Top 21 Twitter Applications (According to Compete) for more:

– TwitPic is an app that lets you share photos on Twitter; they’ve had over 1.2M unique visitors in February.
– Tweetdeck streamlines notifications and tweets.
– Digsby centralizes your email, IM and social networking accounts into one desktop program.
-Twitterfeed allows users to automatically tweet posts published on a user’s blog using RSS.
-Twitterholic is the top Twitter user ranking site and had over 147K people visiting monthly.

In addition to these cool apps there are also ways to make your Twitter page do more for your brand, in a recent post on Social Media Today, Ian Orekondy detailed great information on how to search in Twitter (hastags,) some of the available analytic tools and ideas to help make the most out of our Twitter profile (i.e. backtweets.) Read his post, 3+ Ways to Measure the Impact of Social Media on Search,


I’m familiar with Twitter, its marketing impact and value to a brand… but I’m far from being a Twunkie (Twitter Junkie.) In fact it seems like this social media darling adds a new app with almost every Tweet. So to help out here are a few better known Twitter Apps/ Terms, you can also visit The Top 21 Twitter Applications (According to Compete) for more:

– TwitPic is an app that lets you share photos on Twitter; they’ve had over 1.2M unique visitors in February.
– Tweetdeck streamlines notifications and tweets.
– Digsby centralizes your email, IM and social networking accounts into one desktop program.
-Twitterfeed allows users to automatically tweet posts published on a user’s blog using RSS.
-Twitterholic is the top Twitter user ranking site and had over 147K people visiting monthly.

In addition to these cool apps there are also ways to make your Twitter page do more for your brand, in a recent post on Social Media Today, Ian Orekondy detailed great information on how to search in Twitter (hastags,) some of the available analytic tools and ideas to help make the most out of our Twitter profile (i.e. backtweets.) Read his post, 3+ Ways to Measure the Impact of Social Media on Search, and couple these apps, to get the most out of your 140 characters!

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