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4 Twitter Tools Every Twitter User Must Use

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Out of all the Twitter stats, the one we find most amusing is: If we could make a book of all the tweets sent out in one day, it would make a 10 million page book.

It’s fascinating because it shows how massive Twitter is and how widely it’s been used all over the world. Regular Twitter users spend good time sharing and reading interesting tweets while also building their network on the platform.

For anyone who wants to maintain his Twitter account, they must take advantage of the many Twitter tools at their disposal. Using the right tools can help you improve your engagement metrics on Twitter and also share the most meaningful content in the right way.

Let’s go through our list of 4 Twitter tools that any Twitter user can use to make the most of their Twitter account:

1.      Circleboom:

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A complete Twitter tool that you can use to plan your tweets, analyze your account, find your peers, and manage your followers. To give you a thorough understanding of Circleboom, here are some of the features:

  • Publish Tool:

The publishing tool lets you find some of the best articles in your niche and schedule them or add them to queue to be posted to your Twitter account. You can also create your own tweets with videos/gifs/photos and add them to your tweet schedule.

With the option to integrate your RSS feeds, you can connect your RSS feeds to the Circleboom account to be auto-published to your Twitter profile.

  • Twitter Analytics:

Circleboom analytics can give you a holistic view of your Twitter analytics and who your followers are and how your tweets are performing. With your followers’ growth, demographics, language stats and tweet stats with best time to tweet, you can learn a lot about your Twitter account.

  • Smart Search/Grid Search:

With the smart search and live search feature, you can instantly find new accounts by typing in the keywords/hashtags and selecting the right location, followers filter. You can also get the entire list of accounts that don’t follow you and you can visit their accounts from the Circleboom dashboard.

2.      TweetDeck:

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Acquired by Twitter in 2011, TweetDeck is the easiest way to experience all your Twitter profile in one dashboard. With TweetDeck, you can manage multiple Twitter accounts, schedule your tweets, and check your Twitter notifications, messages, and tweets easily. It’s probably the simplest way to manage your Twitter account.

3.      Twithelper:

Twitter tools

Do you like to create those visually appealing tweets that look perfect when posted on Twitter? Twithelper is here to help you with just that. With more than 2000 free images, you can use it to add your quotes or thoughts before posting them on Twitter. This can also be widely used if your message is crossing your character limit and you need to fit it in an image.

Images have better tweet performance which is why you should be using image tweets as well to improve your retweets and likes.

4.      GroupTweet:

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GroupTweet is a great app to bring groups together on Twitter. It allows multiple contributors to tweet from any particular Twitter account. This app is heavily used by media, colleges, and companies to manage their Twitter account. Contributors can directly contribute from their Twitter accounts once added to the GroupTweet.

Is that all the Twitter tools?

The list definitely doesn’t end here. But, using these tools can definitely solve all your Twitter problems. Circleboom can help you in publishing your tweets, managing your followers, and getting detailed Twitter analytics. TweetDeck can help you in organizing and easily managing your Twitter account. With Twithelper, you can create amazing Twitter posts and GroupTweet can help you add more contributors to your Twitter account.

Isn’t it all? I would say it is. If we’re missing any important Twitter tools that you love, please let us know in the comments below.

Social media and influencer marketing specialist who spends most of her time behind the screen. She's also an avid reader and a travel enthusiast.

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