Top 10 Things That Make Twitter A Treat!

Twitter Value

Twitter Value

What is the real value of social media? What makes “the act of tweeting” a delicious treat?

Despite the stubborn stands against “tweeting” claiming it’s a waste of time and breach of privacy, it seems that Twitter does provide value to its users!

The top 10 value-driven reasons to use Twitter are:

  1. The marketing coup: Through consistent use, thousands of individuals and companies are utilizing Twitter to increase Web traffic, or to perpetuate a brand.
  2. Using Twitter, as opposed to E-mail, Blogs and Instant messaging, provides the value of fast and compact communication. If used correctly, Twitter is an attractive tool for sharing relevant content quickly with interested users.
  3. Twitter holds a high value to corporations. It helps them learn new things from their audience and in turn teach their target about their services/products; thus promoting collective intelligence.
  4. Twitter proves to be a very good way to connect with current friends and meet new ones in an engaging environment. Furthermore, Twitter provides its followers with the luxury of “venting” to friends about feelings, likes, dislikes, interests and so on.
  5. Twitter is everywhere! It has solved the problem of staying in touch when you’re not physically bound to your computer! Through Twitter, you can keep up with the buzz even when you’re on the move, with text or IM. Continue reading »
Posted in Tips and Tricks | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

10 Great Tips for Twitter Beginners

Tips for Beginners

Tips for Beginners

Many blogs seem to have forgotten that there are new Twitter users signing up every day; they focus their posts on those who know their way around Twitter and just end up providing all sorts of advanced tips!

However, we know better and therefore, out of concern for the new Twitter users, we bring you 10 great tips for Twitter beginners:

  1. Build lists to watch people who matter to you more closely.
  2. You don’t have to read EVERY tweet (it is a waste of time and effort!)
  3. Customized @replies and mentions show other tweeps your humanity and engagement.
  4. Shrink your ULRs; it saves characters and also helps you follow up on and track traffic. Ow.ly and bit.ly are my favorites, and they are free too!
  5. Use Search.twitter.com to find your friends, celebrities, or organizations, or for searching for specific topics you’re interested in. Continue reading »
Posted in Tips and Tricks | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Our Latest Addition to Tweepi: “My #Tweepi Dashboard”

Tweepi has a new delight for you: “My Tweepi Dashboard”.

Whether you don’t know whom to follow on Twitter or you need to track down the unfollowers or those followers you forgot to follow back, we have created a customized page – just for you! “My Tweepi Dashboard” enables you to follow up your account and help you clean it up and arrange it faster and more easily!

My Tweepi Dashboard

My Tweepi Dashboard

Hope you find this new feature useful!

Looking forward to any further suggestions you may have regarding Tweepi and its options and features :)

Posted in Clean up your Twitter, Tweepi News | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 16 Comments

Tips for Choosing Whom to Follow via Tweepi (2)

Welcome to the second post dedicated to helping you choose whom to follow based on your friend’s  followers’ list.

Following Tweeps

Following Tweeps

The difference between @user’s followers and @user’s friends is simple: The former shows you a list of the user’s followers whereas the latter shows you who the user is following.

@user’s friends is mostly used when you find a person who is just so knowledgeable that you say to yourself “Whomever he’s follow has got to be just as smart. I need to follow them too!”. That’s what the Follow by friends is for.

Example

Example

After clicking on “Start following”, you will be taken to a list of followers whom @lovepeaceunity is also following back.

And as usual, based on your preferences, you start choosing whom to follow using the presets.

That’s all for now…

Don’t hesitate to let us know about any more tips you might need :)

Posted in Tips and Tricks | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Tweepi Trick: Reserving Your Twitter Followers

I would like to personally welcome you to our new Tweepi:  Tweepi v2.0. I have already used it many times and it has definitely added more value to my tweeting experience!

In order to make sure you get the same value as I did, I will be posting tips and tricks on a weekly basis to familiarize you with Tweepi and guarantee that you get the maximum benefit from it.

Reserving Followers Trick

Reserving Followers Trick

When using Tweepi for the first time, you will find tools to manage your Twitter followers. The tools are: Flush, Reciprocate and Cleanup (refer to snapshot).

From my experience, I have learned that the best way to reserve your followers while managing them is to go through the options in the following order: Continue reading »

Posted in Tips and Tricks | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

A new year and a new Tweepi!

Happy New Year!

We’ve been working day and night for the last few months, and now Tweepi v2 is online!

A new, faster & better Tweepi

Tweepi v2.0 features

  • Flush tweeps you’re following, but not following you back
  • Reciprocate, and follow your followers back. This tool helps you spot users who are following you but you’re not following.
  • Cleanup. This tool lists all tweeps you’re following with all the Tweepi stats you need to spot spammers, inactives and so on.
  • Discover and follow new tweeps by an @user’s followers, or friends.
  • Follow tweeps included in a Twitter list.
  • Copy and paste a comma or line separated list of users, get who’s following you or you’re following of those users, along with all the Tweepi stats.

Go ahead, try the new Tweepi. We’d love to hear your thoughts.

Posted in Tweepi News | Tagged , | 5 Comments