Benjamin DelespierreHey, I'm a developper!

How to level up my Twitter game?

I'm looking for tools and advices to increase my reach on social media, and especially Twitter. I'm going to start my own company soon and I need to be better at social media marketing. Some context: I'm currently a web-developper, I use twitter a lot to share ideas, articles, and products around the new technologies. But I'm no market guy and I need to better understand what it takes to become an expert at social media communication.
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    Refind

    Worth your attention

    Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    Given that you share a lot of articles, links, etc., I would highly recommend joining Refind. This has been immensely helpful, not only as a reading platform, but a writing platform for sharing my own content. You get closer to the writers and influencers who share great things.
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    • Carlos HerreraSoftware Engineer, Epicor Software

      I've been using Refind for a week or so and I have read so many good articles. The quality of the posts Refind finds is amazing.

      Sometimes the amount of good links results in lower productivity :/ I'm working on this.

      Kudos on the makers, this is a very useful tool.

    • Arin Basudoctor, professor environmental health

      Amazing app, keeps getting better. Superb design aesthetics, works in every browser. I miss a dedicated iphone/android app for refind.

  2. Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    Part of being better at Twitter is listening and making sure you're part of the conversations people are having about you and your content. Start columns in Tweetdeck to find out when people post about your articles. I have one column for mentions, one search using the article URL, and another using the article title. There is some overlap, but this covers most of the mentions without a direct @[handle] mention.
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    Jakub Rogalski34Community Manager at Brand24 · Written
    This is one of my favourite Twitter tools that helped me a lot back in the day when I was running our twitter chats. It allows for tracking differnt keywords, users, hashtags, etc. in separate columns, and what I also particularly liked was the ability to schedule tweets, which turned out super helpful during the aforementioned tweet chats. If you're more into analytics side of things of tracking different keywords, you might want to give https://brand24.com a go. It will provide you with a number of metrics such as social media reach, number of mentions, or social influence of different authors, so pretty much something you're going to miss with the majority of free tools.
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    Ryan Hoover78Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    I almost entirely use Twitter using Tweetdeck. It's column-based approach makes it easy to monitor search keywords (I see nearly every tweet about "Product Hunt") to see what people are sharing and jump into conversations.
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  3. Buffer is a great tool for publishing your tweets. You can schedule when they go out and analyze how well they do.
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    Ryan Hoover78Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    I've been a paying user of Buffer for years. It's the easiest way to trickle updates to Twitter throughout the day, particularly useful for those that read and share a lot of news articles or links on the web. You don't want to overwhelm your followers by sharing 10 links all at once.
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    Buffer is totally anyone's choice too for scheduling content and tracking analytic. Do get it!
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  4. Sandeep P TodiCo-founder, Remitr.com · Written
    Great simple tool for improving your twitter interactions. Mobile app is very helpful.
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    I love their daily recipes. Helps step up the social game by a notch.
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    Twibble.io

    A Better Blog-to-Twitter Automation Service

    Duane Wilson✌️3I like Designing & Building Products · Written
    This is an excellent tool that will enable you to share compelling content from other sources in an automated way. You set it up and it goes. I've used it to find very specific and industry focused content from more famous creators and retweet it to share with our projects followers, you can then jump into the conversation should a retweet get traction, if that's something that you think can be helpful :D
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  6. Nathan AtkinsonDocumentation Specialist · Written
    Feed Hero is a brand new product from a friend (Pat Griffith), which analyzes your Twitter feed, followers and those who you follow. It helps you pick and choose the best interactions, friends, who to follow and helps you republish great tweets (and I'm sure a lot more!)
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    Post66 Beta

    Post to all your social media platforms at the same time.

    Robert BuchiOwner at Post66.com · Written
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    Hello Benjamin! We just launched a new social media management app called Post66 that allows users to connect all their social media accounts and post on all of them simultaneously. Additionally, with Post66 you can also schedule an unlimited number of posts and see how they perform. Our app would be great for you because it will help you save a lot of time and you can gain permanent free membership if you follow a few simple steps. If you are interested, you can learn more about that on our website. Good luck, Robert
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    • Post66Post66 Social Media Management App

      The best thing about Post66 is that it doesn't limit you to a certain number of accounts that you can connect or to a certain number of posts that you can schedule. Additionally, Post66 is much more affordable than any other social media management platform that I used.

    • Miruna SecuianuSEO Specialist

      I think this platform is great for social media managers who don't have a big budget and for start-ups.