Multi-tasking. If people are good at, we commend them. If they are not, we wonder about how well they can survive. Studies have been done on the get more done side and there’s a slew of research that says Focus on One Thing and get that done, then move on.
Ahh, such is life. That’s why the start of this animated online scheduling video is so true.
Okay, back on task: I’m working on a new compilation of the best and most helpful Twitter tools. These guys have done a bunch of the work already. I’m just looking for the latest stuff to include. This isn’t based on some pie-in-the-sky look at an application or widget, but what works. I need just 30 more (but I’m not limited to that 101 number, by any means!) by Sept 30, 2009. You can load the Twitter Tool suggestions here at TweetChat.
In just the last two months, I’ve used probably half of these Twitter tools personally. Testing, reviewing, studying them as I search and review apps. When I worked on this piece on 19 Mobile Apps to Put You in Front of More Customers, and this one on 11 Highly Useful Presentation Tools, I used Twitter tools to network and brainstorm. I’m working on the follow-up to 11 Presentation Tools so keep watch at my Twitter feed. You can Direct Message the Twitter Tool links there.
Here is the starting list of 101 Twitter Tools. I just need your help to finish it.
My friend, Darren Rowse, of Problogger.net gives 4 really solid tools at his popular Twitip.com blog.
50 Useful Twitter Tools for Writers and Researchers is the biggest so far.
Take Me to Your Leader blog listed a bunch to analyze, aggregate and visualize Twitter data
Greg Finn over at Search Engine Land Rocks with 3 powerful Twitter Aggregation tools.
Our own Lee Odden here at AllBusiness covered 12 tools, too. You should scroll down into the comments and related links.
Okay,looking forward to your comments and tweets to compile one or more great Twitter Tool lists to help us be more productive with our online marketing.
TJ McCue blogs here about online research, sales, and marketing. He is the founder of the Small Business Free Advice service known as the Sales Rescue Team and an avid entrepreneur and small biz supporter. His updates on Twitter are found here.