Top 10 Twitter iPhone Applications

Tweetlogix

Twitter iPhone Applications

Welcome to yet another Twitter list. Today, we will share with you the top 10 Twitter iPhone applications that will make tweeting more valuable and fun at the same time.

  1. Tweetlogix :  This application makes following your Twitter friends easier than ever. Its unique rich timeline offers inline image previews and tappable links. It also allows you to tweet photos, videos, and music titles and enables you to mute users, search nearby, follow lists, follow trends, and more. It is a simple, fast, easy-to-navigate application.
  2. Echofon: A clean iPhone Twitter app with push notifications and unread tweet syncing with your computer.
  3. qTweeter:  Users with jailbroken iPhones who are also Twitter and Facebook users should check out qTweeter. It’s a pervasive app that runs in the background, and lets you fire off a quick Twitter and/or Facebook status message without exiting whatever application you’re using.
  4. Tweetdeck:  Along with Hootsuite, one of the most popular apps used today for managing followers, tweets, scheduling and more.
  5. Seesmic:  Seesmic connects you wherever you are. Seesmic mobile CRM and social media management applications empower connected organizations and individuals around the globe. Continue reading »
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How to Choose Your Twitter Headlines

When thinking of posting any type of content or reading material on Twitter, the most important thing to consider is your headline and it value. Your headline is more of a promise than a “catch phrase” thus a good headline promises some kind of benefit or reward in exchange for attention. That reward could range from an amusing diversion to the solution to a pressing problem.

One of the best ways which you could utilize to guarantee that your headlines always offer a compelling “reward” is to use the 4-U approach:

Your headlines must:

  1. Be USEFUL to the reader,
  2. Provide him/her with a sense of URGENCY,
  3. Convey the idea that the main benefit is somehow UNIQUE; and
  4. Do all of the above in an ULTRA-SPECIFIC way.

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5 Creative Uses of Twitter

Did you know that Twitter can teach you to cook, remind you of your plans and even help you lose weight? Here are 5 fun and sometimes useful ways to use Twitter:

1. Avoiding Traffic Jams:

Commuter Feed

Commuter Feed

CommuterFeed aggregates tweets about traffic from people stuck in jams. By following your city’s feed, you can get updates about ongoing traffic tangles.

2. Becoming a Chef:

The Belfast-based @cookbook tweets recipes in 140 characters or less, boasting around 132,000 followers. Continue reading »

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