Top 10 Productivity Tools For Twitter

By Partho, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, February 11, 2009

There could be no altercation to the fact that Twitter is addictive. For those in twitting freaks, they’d blame it on Murphy’s Law. Once you are into Twitter there’s no way to escape the addiction. What about turning this weakness to your strength.  There are a whole lot of ways that can make your indulgence productive. Let me suggest some.

Take at look at the top Twitter productivity tools.

1. Twilert

With this you’ll be updated what people are Twittering about your clients, your company or you? Set up alerts on Twilert to know about the results of keyword searches. At the end of the day you can list them up. The results help you to get additional business contacts, new followers as well as potential customers.


2. Twittercal

This is a free service that equips your Twitter account with a Google Calendar. You can add important events in a jiffy from your favorite Twitter client.


3. Improved Integration

There are number of applications for using Twitter more productively. Some of the apps like the project management tool - Joint Contact or the popular Yammer can help you to develop more effective Twitter skills. It can help you to think beyond It also reduces the learning curves for adopting new application.


4. Multimap

With this service you’ll be able to access maps, directions and local information on our Twitter. Simply send a message seeking local information on tourist attraction, ATM, park, cinem or theatre and you get it no time. For more you can find the wikipedia entries on what is your nearest hotspot.


5. Computer feed

This is purely for those sociable animals who are concerned about others including themselves. It allows you to post reports on traffic and transit delays in your local area through Twitter. For better, you can subscribe to your local reports through RSS feed. Next time you are on move you know the traffic conditions and which route to take.More


Again this is something to help you out with your traveling. With Fuelfrog you can track your gas mileage. Just let them know the distance you traveled on your last tank, the price you paid, and the gallons you added to your car. You’ll receive a compiled information about the trend of your gas mileage, the amount you spend, and more. Better way to save your fuel and money.


7.Track the Packages

This is for those impatient shopping-freaks who can’t wait for their orders to be delivered. If you wish to know the latest position of your order in Amazon give your tracking number at TrackThis. They’ll inform you each time you package changes location.


8. Junglebot

For those looking searching for books, DVDs and music on, Junglebot can be a good friend.


9. News Alerts: daylife_feed

If you want the hot news served on your Twitter, send news alert requests to @daylife_feed with details. When then have the news matching your request, they’ll tweet notices to you.


10. Flight Information

If you need to fly too often, accurate flight information is what you are always looking for. So all that you need to do is follow the @myflightinfo. Message them your flight number and they’ll get back to you with the flightstatus.


February 12, 2009: 10:12 am

Twitter has a lot of uses which some of these apps are tapping into.
Would also like to mention a cool article on twitter @ web worker daily. Check it out.

February 12, 2009: 9:49 am

I joined twitter today because of this article,am looking forward to see how it will work out.

February 12, 2009: 6:13 am

a good collection, nice choose of apps

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