08 July 2008

Start Tracking Conversations in Twitter Land

Do you use twitter? Are you making the best use of this conversational tool?

New Twitter Tools to Use

Summize Conversational Search - Summize searches for, tracks and displays conversations on Twitter, FriendFeed and Plurk. Just enter a search term, key word or name to find the latest buzz. While you are there, add Summize search engine to your browser.

TweetDeck (beta) - TweetDeck is an application that allows you to organize tweets into discrete topics or group specific columns in a local database. One column contains all your tweets. By using the GROUP, SEARCH and REPLIES buttons, you may add columns. Twitter offline and TweetDeck stores the messages and sends them when you connect to the Internet. This is an Adobe Air application, so you will be directed to download that application.


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

I don't actually use Twitter but I heard it is one good tool specially in conversations online. Thanks for the heads up on the latest updates.

Anonymous said...

I am familiar with Twitter, but never actually used it. I will look into for future use.

CyberCelt said...

@matti-Thanks for stopping by. I have followed you to your site, but, alas, I am not bilingual. All the best.

@hye-Am I glad I followed you back to your blog. The Pickens Plan is wonderful. It has been hard to be a Texan lately. Oil exploration has truly destroyed so many pristine places. Thank you!

luggage-It is a good way to get your information out there for people to see. Thank you for not leaving your link.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this tip on Twitter. I haven't started using Twitter, but you make it sound interesting.

Anonymous said...

I love tweeting on Twitter. I've been using Tweet Deck lately, but I think I need a RAM update. It's not TweekDeck's fault, I just don't have enough RAM.

Thanks for pointing out the other tools as well.

Unknown said...

I don't use Twitter.
It seems that I need days that last a year when I follow each trend on internet.

Have a great week.

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