I was sad to see Tweetdeck’s Air app discontinued. It’s been the go-to Twitter client I recommend to our clients since the app launched. Easy to use and lightweight, pretty much anybody could master it in a few minutes, and with a few minutes more they could add on some spiffy bells and whistles and… Read More


I’m always on the hunt for a new Twitter app, or a new iPhone app and I download and test a ton of ’em and share them with my friends and clients. But I don’t review very many. This one is different. It’s called “TweetAgora” and it can do a lot of the things I… Read More


I don’t think it’s a good idea to post your Twitter stream to your Facebook page automatically. It confuses people who don’t tweet and a lot of the time it just doesn’t make sense to see your tweets out of contest. “Thanks for that Joe!” is confusing if not annoying unless someone is sufficiently interested… Read More


Do you know about Paper.li yet? This is a pretty cool service that works with Twitter to pull the information posted in your network into one easy to read online newspaper with a summary of links, videos and images shared by the people in your network. What a great way to feature those people who… Read More


Not too long ago, LinkedIn announced the ability add a link to your Twitter account to your profile along with the ability to send tweets from LinkedIn to Twitter and vice versa. Now, they’ve gone a step further with additional Twitter features including the ability to tweet and track all of your followers from within… Read More


Did you know you have a blog already on Twylah? It’s there already there, waiting for you, all you have to do is claim it. Why should you? Because it will change the way you look at your Twitter stream, help you find new people who are interested in the same things, and give you… Read More


Last week Twitter announced the launch of Blackbird Pie where you can plug in the URL of a tweet and it will generate HTML code you can use to embed that tweet on your site or in your blog. Previously, online publishers were primarily using screenshots to show specific tweets in their articles or posts.… Read More


Last week we covered some of the basics for how to get started with setting up Hootsuite as a social networking dashboard. As a tool for managing your social networks all in one place, Hootsuite is a web application tool for managing multiple platforms at once. This post will focus on how to monitor keywords… Read More


When Hootsuite came out it was primarily a Twitter management application. People liked it because you could track multiple Twitter accounts, keywords and schedule tweets all in one place. It still does all that but it also does so much more. Hootsuite has evolved to include management and posting to LinkedIn, Facebook profiles and fan… Read More


One of the things that drives me bonkers about Twitter is that when they start to get a heavy load they turn off pagination, or even replies. This means if someone replied to an interesting Tweet last night you’re going to miss it. Using clients like Twhirl let’s you view these older tweets, but you… Read More


As soon as I saw Seesmic’s shiny new desktop I gave up Nambu. The only things I miss are the link list, (you can scan all the links you’ve received or sent) and the notes indicating how many messages were in the lists in the left-hand navigation. Seesmic recently introduced a host of new features… Read More