Twitter Tools To Manage Your Productivity

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Are you new to Twitter? Now what. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and start being productive. Work smarter & not harder.



Here are 3 tools to make you productive and free your time so you can dedicate your time to your business & family:


Hootsuite is your personal browser for staying in touch with what’s happening now, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook and more. Hootsuite shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organized and up to date. If you have multiple Twitter accounts, you can manage all your Twitter accounts easily, with no need to switch between accounts.  Search for Tweets by “keyword”. The possibilities are endless. Cost: FREE.  If you have more than three accounts to manage or need to delegate privileges to tweet on your behalf, we recommend a subscription.


Tweetdeck is owned by Twitter and provides several options to organize and build collections, track lists and searches.  You can also search by hashtag and save your searches for future use.  The tool provides a lot of functionality similar to Hootsuite.

As a rule of thumb, it’s always a great idea to have a secondary Twitter Management tool.  We recommend Tweetdeck as your primary or secondary Twitter management tool.  Test Hootsuite and Tweetdeck out and select one as your primary tool.   Organize the columns and search options on your tools to ensure you can login to either tool in the event of an outage or maintenance with your favorite tool.


Having a hard time growing your following?  Consider using the ManageFlitter tool to see what users are engaging with you. This tool allows you to manage new followers, identify users who are not active online and people you are following.  At a glance, you can check who you follow and unfollow those that unfollow you or don’t follow you back.  We recommend that you use the tool on the weekly basis and add these members to list to connect with them in the future.  However, if you are currently following more people than are following you back, you need to use this feature to clean out your twitter account and connect with users that you are interested in or are engaged in your conversation.

As soon as you pass 2,000 twitter users following you, you can implement the feature that works best for you. Sweet!  Cost: FREE

Happy Tweeting!


Question: Do you have any other Twitter tools to share that improve your productivity?  What is your favorite Twitter productivity tool?

Eva Smith

Founder & CEO at The Blogger Society
Eva Smith is an award winning tech entrepreneur and Founder/CEO of The Blogger Society, a network for Influential Content Developers. She has been featured on USA Today, Huff Post, Rollingstones, Mashable, & more. She writes about the intersection of Technology, Food and Lifestyle at

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