Twitter can feel like a maze…. or a ridiculous math problem where as soon as you get close to solving one equation, your professor throws the next one at you, shouting, “Hurry, hurry! The bomb is about to detonate!!!”
Ok, maybe not everyone feels this overwhelmed when they check their Twitter Feed, but I do!
Let’s cut through the noise on Twitter by taking Kelli Miller’s advice and employing some helpful tools.
The first one is my favorite. Did you know you could be a master curator of the best, most-recent content on the web FOR FREE? I didn’t know until Kelli told me, but it’s true.
TwitterFeed allows you to automatically tweet about the latest blog posts from all of your favorite websites.
Watch the video to learn how.
Hashtags.org is a simple site that lets you verify whether a hashtag has been used or registered before. You can also find related hashtags and see who tweets the most about a particular topic. It’s fun, informative, and easy to use.
JustUnFollow has similar features to several paid Twitter tools, except that it’s free (for up to 25 new follows per day). The site is a breeze to use, and you can clean out who you follow and find great new people to connect with.
Which tool will you try out? Let us know about it in the comments!