Tweet Later

Fresh from a story on our local CBS affiliate WDBJ 7 about Twitter, I thought I would do my part to promote both the story and a good method to be a more productive tweeter.If you are a new user to Twitter, this may be information overload, but it can still be useful information. Navigate over to Tweet Later and start reading.If you are a veteran Twitter user, I encourage you to sign up on Tweet Later and start using it! What can you do with Tweet Later? Here are just a few things that can make your Tweet experience more enjoyable and can save you time!

  • Automatically welcome and thank new followers
  • Schedule Tweets to be sent at a time when you are unavailable
  • You can define multiple Tweet accounts and then scan a summary of the @replies for all accounts
  • You can set up keywords for Tweet Later to look for and then review the information when you have time
  • You can have Tweet Later email you a digest of all of the @replies you have received
  • Change or configure Twitter settings

Twitter is and can be a powerful communication tool for businesses, bloggers and individuals that want to stay in touch with friends, followers and clients. Quite simply, Tweet Later makes it easier to do all of the things listed above and more!Here is the Twitter story on WDBJ 7 by Natasha Ryan. And here is a link to popular Twitter terms. I would also encourage you to follow Dewald Pretorius to learn more about Tweet Later.A couple of other professionals referenced in the story include Patsy Stewart with Optimized Strategies and Jeremy Hart with NRV Living.Happy and Productive Tweeting!

Comments

  1. Patsy Stewart says:

    Thanks again for another great post with valuable information! One additional tool I would recommend to new twitter users is TweetDeck. It is a good way to organize your tweets.

  2. Patsy Stewart says:

    Thanks again for another great post with valuable information! One additional tool I would recommend to new twitter users is TweetDeck. It is a good way to organize your tweets.

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