By Alan Graner
There are hundreds of Twitter apps out there—so many, in fact, it’s easy to overlook some good ones. Here are a few you might want to check out.
Updated daily, it shows the latest trending hashtags related to yours. In Table Mode you can view hashtags’ popularity, correlation, weekly trend and monthly trend. FREE.
Enter your Twitter username into the search bar, and the service will graph tweets per month, aggregated daily tweets, aggregated hourly tweets, replies and percentage of retweets so you can analyze them. It may take a while to load. FREE.
Instantly analyze how your tweets have performed over the past 28 days. At a glance you can see if your tweets, tweet impressions, profile visits, mentions and followers have increased or decreased. A handy feature is Top Tweet, which allows you to determine which tweets get the most attention. FREE
TweetReach Pro https://tweetreach.com/
You can monitor you social posts across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to get comprehensive, real-time analytics on reach, performance and engagement. The system continually monitors your social data for new trends and automatically generates insights based on the most important moments in your data. SUBSCRIPTIONS start at $99 per month.
Which hashtag is better: pr or public relations? Are your hashtags even working? RiteTag gives you instant feedback on the hashtags you choose as you type, grading them as good, bad or indifferent. You can also view trending hashtags across several media. FREE
This is the easiest way to identify, organize and manage your followers on Twitter and Instagram. You can filter and sort your followers, connect multiple accounts and view full follower profiles. FREE A premium version adds a lot more value starting at $49 per month.
If you have hundreds—or thousands—of followers, how many of them are still active? Why waste time and resources on tweeps who are no longer following you? Use UnTweeps to unfollow them. Log in and enter the number of past days you want to check. Anyone who hasn’t tweeted during that period is listed. There are checkmarks next to those you may want to unfollow. A whitelist lets you continue following valuable people who don’t tweet often. FREE If you want to use the service more than three times a month, or if you have over 2,500 followers, you may want to use the PRO version.
What Twitter tools would you add?
Alan Graner is Chief Creative Officer at Daly-Swartz Public Relations, an Orange County, CA business public relations and marketing content firm. For content that makes you stand out from the crowd, email Jeffrey Swartz at email@example.com. Or visit www.dsprel.com.