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Posts Tagged ‘Tools’

5 Tips To Use Twitter To Rebrand Yourself If You’re Switching Careers

Changing careers can be both stressful and exciting. After all, it’s a decision that can completely change your life.

Some people have no trouble transitioning into a new career, while others struggle to carve out a spot in their new niche. Why is this? Sometimes it’s simply a matter of branding: those who find success have worked hard to rebrand themselves within their new field.

Rebranding your personal identity is similar to rebranding a corporate identity. It involves changing the way others perceive you. This can be achieved through a variety of offline ways, including furthering your education and experience, volunteering within your new field and more. But it is equally important to rebrand yourself online as you work on your skills and expertise offline – so read on for five tips for using Twitter to help you rebrand yourself.
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5 Tools To Talk To Your Favorite Celebrity On Twitter

Alright, admit it: the first time you signed on to Twitter, you did a little search for your favorite celeb. There’s nothing to be ashamed of. We’ve all done it. Twitter is a fascinating new medium in part because it gives the appearance that you’re only a quick tweet away from those larger-than-life figures you’ve admired from afar. And while that might just be an illusion on the most part, there are several tools out there to help you stalk – erm… follow your favorite celebrities on Twitter.
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5 Useful Tools to Monitor Twitter Hashtags

Want to know what’s being talked about on Twitter right now? Or how about what people are saying about your or your brand? Monitoring hashtags is a great way to get in on a conversation on Twitter, whether it’s a trending topic or a few tweets per day. We’ve compiled 5 useful tools that will help you monitor hashtags on Twitter, so you can keep up with the conversation.
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Your Twitter Homework for the Weekend: Unfollow 5% of the People you Currently Follow

Friday is upon us, but I bet most of you will be popping on to Twitter at least once or twice this weekend. Social information doesn’t sleep, and just because it’s Saturday tomorrow doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything productive for your Twitter efforts. So, take 15 minutes and do a little follower pruning: I challenge you all to unfollow 5% of the people you currently follow.
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7 Interesting Things You Can Tweet Beside Links

It’s good Twitter strategy to mix things up, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with anything unique to tweet. So most of us default to sharing links to articles we’ve read, along with the headline, and forget about it.

However, this can quickly lead to a mundane, non-engaging Twitter presence if it’s all you do. To combat link boredom, here are seven interesting things you can tweet to your followers that aren’t links to other people’s content.
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Don’t Like HootSuite’s New “Publisher” Dashboard? Here Are 5 Simple Tools To Schedule Your Tweets

Yesterday, HootSuite rolled out its new “Publisher” feature that would, supposedly, make it easier to schedule and manage your tweets from multiple Twitter accounts and with multiple team members. However, as we pointed out yesterday, it also broke scheduled tweets and is causing a headache for many social media managers.

If you’ve had problems with HootSuite’s scheduling lately, or you just want to tuck away some alternatives for a rainy day, here are 5 other ways you can schedule your tweets.
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Tweetgrid Multiplies Realtime Search, But Shines In Hashtag Chats

For some, a little Twitter search ain’t enough. And for them, there’s Tweetgrid, a fully customizable Twitter search tool for tracking multiple keyword-based searches in real time. With up to 10 realtime searches flowing through it any given time, a Tweetgrid can start to look like your personalized mission control. And one of Tweetgrid’s key features, the ability to share the customized dashboard (which can be made very much on the fly) by posting the url has made it an invaluable resource to those hosting hashtag chats and the like.
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Avoid Embarrassing Mis-Tweets with HootSuite’s New Secure Profile Tools

There has been a spate of Twitter misfires lately, with large organizations tweeting things meant for the personal accounts of their social media managers. In response to all of this embarrassing attention, HootSuite has unveiled its latest feature, Secure Profiles, to help those managing multiple social media accounts avoid a Twitter catastrophe.
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