Twitter is big business. Everyone from movie stars to the average Joe is sharing his thoughts and ideas on Twitter.
For average users, just going to Twitter.com and typing a tweet might be enough to get the job done, but this simply will not suffice for some users. People who use Twitter all the time need a way to tweet more efficiently and effectively. Here are nine apps to help.
Twentyfeet is like Google Analytics for Twitter. It keeps track of all the important statistics, and lets you know when something important is happening. The app displays easy-to-read graphs and insights so users can keep track of their follower numbers and how they are changing over time. You can keep track of your stats on Twitter, as well as Facebook and YouTube.
Buffer is a really cool service for people who like to share a lot of links on Twitter. It allows users to submit links to their queue that it will post in spaced-out intervals. The last thing anyone wants to do is lose followers because of over-sharing. An app like Buffer prevents this problem.