Are you looking to be the best social media manager / growth hacker you can be? Well today I’ve posted my 5 favorite tools to grow and manage your Twitter accounts. By using these tools correctly, you WILL grow your Twitter account.
If you’re looking to grow your Twitter account, I strongly recommend checking out this tool. ManageFlitter comes with several key features that make it essential for the Twitter growth hacker. To start, it allows you to find all those people who don’t follow you back so you can easily unfollow them. If they are not following you, they are not seeing your tweets anyways. You can also use the Powermode which allows you to create a set of search filters so you can find users that are most likely to follow you back and would be engaged. You can take it a step further and use the Power Post feature to schedule and track tweets so they are sent during times when your audience is most online. Lastly, it comes with analytics so you can track growth. Believe me, if you use it right, you will see growth in your account.
SocialBro is a great tool to understand your audience. It provides some great analytics to break down your audience. Aside from that, they also allow you to automate replies so you can automate the introduction if someone were to follow you. It’s called rules, try them out! This is also a great tool to grow you Instagram account as well, but that’s a different story.
A part of growing a Twitter account is the ability to post regular great content. Twibble is a service that automatically posts content from any RSS feed to Twitter. Unlike other RSS to Twitter services, this beautifully designed, posts an image, has analytics, hashtag testing and more. You can also automate posting Instagram images or Pinterest pins if you’re looking to make your Twitter account super visual!
Similar to Twibble, Buffer allows you to schedule out content. It’s a super powerful tool and should be used by any social media manager. It saves you so much time! It’s also great because it has some analytics features that show you what content that you post did the best, and makes it easy to re-post. Best used with evergreen content!
If you manage a blog, you’ll want to check out CoSchedule. This tool makes it easy to manage an editorial calendar with multiple team members. It should be the first line of attack when posting content from your blog. It will allow you to schedule your social posts ahead of time and also provides insight into what content does the best and allows you to keep sharing easily.