You are currently browsing the category archive for the ‘Twitter’ category.

Twitter Logo

“At 4:50 p.m. on March 21, 2006, Jack Dorsey wrote “just setting up my twttr.” Five years later, Dorsey and his fellow Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams have transformed a neat idea conceived during a daylong brainstorming session into a worldwide phenomenon. Twitter is now valued at more than $10 billion and has gone from zero to 1 billion tweets per week.

But not all tweets are created equal.
Here’s a countdown of five historic moments, brought to you by Twitter…”

Full article HERE


Twitter Bird Logo

If you have a Twitter account, the chances are good you’ve accumulated a sizeable number of deadbeat users. These free tools will help you weed them out and organize your account.
3/1/2010 6:00:00 AM By: Kristin Burnham

Remember that Hubspot statistic that revealed that almost 56 percent of Twitter accounts are not following anyone? Or the one from Harvard Business Review that stated that 10 per cent of active Twitter users are responsible for 90 per cent of all the tweets? If you have a Twitter account, the chances are good you’ve accumulated a sizeable number of deadbeat users.

Manually sifting through your followers to identify these users could take hours. That’s why several sites have sprung up to help you take back control of your Twitter account. These sites scan your followers and generate a list identifying which ones haven t tweeted in a while so that you to remove them accordingly. Check out my top five picks for free sites that help you efficiently restore order to your account.

Related stories

Seven tools to seamlessly manage all your social networks

Six Tweet tips to get the most from your Twitter search

Twitter – the latest trick to control botnets

1. ManageTwitter.

With ManageTwitter you’re able to sort your Twitter contacts based on who’s inactive, who tweets more than five times a day and who tweet less than once a day. You can further subdivide these lists based on the date you began following someone, their username, number of followers or their time zone. ManageTwitter also features a mass select and deselect action for unfollowing users.

share: Twitter Facebook Digg

1) Check out these free Twitter management tools. – Page 1
2) Organize the people you follow with Tweepi. – Page 2
3) Twerp Scan can manage your followers and the contacts you’re following. – Page 3

excerpt from

“It seems like every day I see more and more being written about Twitter. I have to admit that I don’t really get the fascination with micro blogging, but it’s becoming more and more common, and many bloggers find the services to be extremely useful for connecting with their audience. With all of the information that I’ve been seeing on Twitter, I decided to put together this collection of resources.”

the list is at this URL/Link

%d bloggers like this: