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This is part two of our feature on using HootSuite to get more out of Twitter. Since you learned the basics of HootSuite in part one, we’ll use this guide to tell you how to schedule your tweets throughout the day, manage multiple Twitter (and Facebook, and LinkedIn) accounts, and monitor keywords. Get ready to experience a whole new Twitter.
HootSuite, one of the most popular Twitter dashboards, is expanding in a big way. The company just announced its new App Directory, a platform for third-parties to integrate their existing apps (or build custom ones) into HootSuite.
The first wave of big-name apps to hit the directory include YouTube, Flickr, Tumblr and Get Satisfaction.
HootSuite is one of the largest social media management platforms out there. With over 2 million users sending tweets, managing lists and participating in hashtag chats every day, it is a Twitter power-user’s dream.
At the Shorty Awards industry awards ceremony on October 6th in NYC, HootSuite’s CEO Ryan Holmes gave some pretty cool insight into how on of the most popular Twitter dashboards came to be. Check it out in this quick video below.
HootSuite, the company behind the popular social media dashboard of the same name, has acquired What The Trend, a web-based service that provides user-defined explanations of the top Trending Topics on Twitter.
Following a $3m funding round earlier this month, HootSuite has been on a bit of a buying run of late, with the purchase of What The Trend following recent acquisitions of Twapper Keeper, TwitterBar and Swift App.
The popular Twitter dashboard, HootSuite, has just completed a $3 million round of funding. And their first move after amassing all of that cash? Purchasing Twitter data analysis company TwapperKeeper.
If you’re still sending out your tweets from Twitter.com, you’re missing out on a lot of great functionality. Twitter dashboards enable you to get the most out of Twitter, and really enhance the experience you’re currently getting from Twitter.com.
Using a dashboard is great for businesses looking to really make their Twitter mark, but it’s also a good idea for individuals who just want to listen to interesting tweets and retweet occasionally. Here are four ways Twitter dashboards trump Twitter.com.
Earlier today I noticed that the searches I had running over various Twitter profiles in HootSuite had stopped updating. Further investigation revealed that some of these had been frozen since Friday.
At first I assumed it was an issue with my computer, but after doing a little digging on Twitter I discovered it was far from an isolated incident.
Thankfully, it’s a very simple fix.
Good news, Android users: Twitter for Android has been updated, and the new features will, if not totally “wow” you, give you one more reason to unchain from your desk and tweet on the go.
We’re big fans of HootSuite at AllTwitter – Lauren and I both use the software extensively for all things Twitter, both professionally and with our personal accounts – and I’m very pleased to see the company announce a major milestone this morning: HootSuite has now reached two million account sign-ups.
More impressively, they’re doubled their userbase from one million to two million in just seven months.