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’ve mentioned in the past that I like what the engineers at Twylah are doing with Twitter. Basically they aggregate and archive your tweets in a way that makes them easy to brows for your readers. Now they’ve just released a new feature called “Power Tweets”. When you send a power Tweet Twylah automatically creates… Read More

Twitter chats are a very effective way to connect with your existing followers and create new ones. There actually are no set rules for tweet chats, but here are some guidelines to help you get yours off the ground. Pick a date Set your date and time when you expect a lot of your followers… Read More

I’m not the first to say Twitter is a fantastic search engine traffic booster.  A link in Twitter shared by your friends and re-tweeted by others can drive a bunch of traffic if carefully worded. But here’s the thing. Traffic doesn’t do you any good at all if when we get to the page we… 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

I listened to the live Ustream broadcast of Twitter’s big announcement yesterday thanks to @Scoble and Ustream. Well, me and over 4500 other viewers, so I thought I’d give you a quick re-cap. A few stats: 375,000 new users sign up per day, 16% of those are on mobile. There’s a greater need for people… Read More

Lots of people (including me) say automation can be the death of conversation on the internet. The idea is that if all of your content is pumped out through automated channels and even your private messages are automated that there is no conversation at all. You might as well talk to your PC. While I… Read More

Twitter search is a great way to find leads and new connections to help your business grow, but using just the search box alone can yield an awful lot of noise! So let me show you how to easily filter out some noise and get a result that’s useful with advanced Twitter search. Thinking about… Read More

A few users have asked us for an easy way to add something a little more dynamic to their website without having to re-build it. Here’s a way to embed your most recent tweet on your webpage. All it takes is a little snippet of javascript code. copy this code and paste it into your… 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