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Manage Your Twitter Account Effortlessly With Twitonomy

February 13th, 2013 | Posted by Costea Lestoc in Social Networking

For a regular Twitter user, it’s very important to take notice of the useful Twitter tools and today, I will discuss one that works absolutely fine. The one that I am going to discuss today can track every single analytics related to Twitter. Well, the name is Twitonomy and it is a must for efficient management of your Twitter account.

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In a Nutshell

This powerful tool helps you to analyze your Twitter account, but, if you wish, you can actually analyze accounts of others as well. Before you start using it, you need to login and verify your Twitter account through the app though.

Basics of Twitonomy

Once you have logged in to your Twitonomy account, you will see various tabs such as Mentions & RTs, Dashboard, Following, Profile, Followers and Lists. The dashboard has your entire Twitter related stream, apart from that; you can add a user to your list or do a search as well. You can actually drag and drop items in the Dashboard tab, which makes it pretty flexible. Needless to say, while viewing the streams, you can also open a new window right from Twitonomy and send replies, retweets or mark any tweet as favorite.

Under the profile tab, you will find lots of relevant information regarding your followers, people you follow, tweets you make etc. There are lots of charts available as well, however, I didn’t like the fact that the time range cannot be changed.

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Under the Mentions & RTs tab, you will get data on who mentioned you and which of your tweets were retweeted and by whom.

The Following and Followers tabs work similarly, as you can get information on the activities of these people. This makes a great way for you to find the most influential followers you have or the most reputed one among the people you are following.

The Lists tab has all of your lists mentioned and you can easily add or delete users from those.

I loved Twitonomy, because it is simple to use and works wonderfully for managing your Twitter account. Don’t forget to share your thoughts below.

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