- 1. Use Twitter Search
- 2. Connect with People in Your Industry with Twellow
- 3. Track Local Users on Twitter
- 4. Use Hootsuite to Manage Multiple Social Accounts.
- 5. Use Twitalyer to Track Untold Amounts of Data
- 6. Use CoTweet to Organize Your Team
- 7. Use Tweet Chat
- 8. Reply. Reply. Reply.
- 9. Measure Traffic to Your Blog
- 10. Use Columns and Search Feeds
3. Track Local Users on Twitter
If you are currently using Twitter to share information, it is extremely important to connect with potential customers in your area of influence. (Do you see a trend forming here?) If you are a service-based organization, your location is probably one of the more important areas of influence for your brand. The site, NearbyTweets.com, allows you to search over different keywords in a geographic area. If users are talking about a topic that is central to your business, communicate with them.