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> Please give me the tool now! Way back in September we released the first version of our content strategy tool , and due to popular demand and awesome feedback I’m excited to be releasing an even hotter version of the tool! This blog post takes a quick look at some of the cool new features in this latest update.
It's easy to love Twitter , but sometimes you just wish you could get more out of its limited Web interface. That's where Greasemonkey scripts come in. Using Greasemonkey scripts you can nest replies, silence noisy twits, retweet to other services, and more. Here are over 20 that are sure to vastly improve your Twitter experience. What are some of your favorite Greasemonkey based Twitter enhancements?
Get More Twitter Followers One of the best ways to get Twitter followers is still to create great content on your blog or website and include a link to your Twitter account. If people like your content, there is not only a chance they will Tweet about it. They may well be your next new Twitter follower too. And there are more ways to get followers. Include a Twitter button in your e-mail newsletter and a link to your Twitter account in your e-mail signature.
You can find your friends on Twitter by importing contacts lists from other services — such as Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL, and Hotmail — that you already use. Twitter will let you know who among your contacts are already busily tweeting away as registered Twitterers. Click Who to Follow at the top and then click the Find Friends tab. You'll see five different account choices.
Are you struggling to make social media work for your business? Sometimes a few well-chosen tools are all you need to get your social media marketing working for you . In our recent Social Media Success Summit , there were presentations that covered all the key topics you need to make your social media marketing easy . In this article, I’ll share 12 of those tools that were recommended by the pros. Tools to Refine Your Visibility and Engagement
Social networking websites have been around since the mid-90's, but in recent years, social networking has exploded across the web. The Web 2.0 initiative has made modern social networking sites increasingly popular and easier to use than the initial wave of sites that launched in the 90's. Last year, Facebook surged past MySpace to become the most popular social network.