• Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 848 other followers

  • Karen Kallets Twitter

  • Recent Posts

  • Top Clicks

    • None
  • Pages

  • Top Posts

  • Categories

  • Recent Comments

    Shana on How can you get your blog inde…
    Quentin on Blogging Mistakes for Beg…
    Adell on What other blogs are saying ab…
    Jackie on Ping-O-Matic is your one stop…
    Hermine on What other blogs are saying ab…
    Ans on Tools for creating business we…
    Harris Ferencz on 2010 Marketing Plans: Facebook…
    Kevin Moreland on How can you get your blog inde…
    Twitter on Retweeting your own tweet…
    spam filtering on How can you get your blog inde…
    tweet on Retweeting your own tweet…
    Rich on 5 Best Printer Friendly WordPr…
    rtyecript on How can you get your blog inde…
    cp cheats on How can you get your blog inde…
    cp cheats on Ping-O-Matic is your one stop…
  • Archives

Tweeting from the Web? Nine Alternative Web Clients a good read by Tech Crunch Blog

I was just reading a blog called Tech Crunch Blog and a blog entry on “Tweeting from the Web? Nine Alternative Web Clients”. It has a pretty good chart that lays out the alternative web clients for Twitter and does a good review of: TweetTabs, TwitHive, Monitter, Splitweet, Web Seesmic, PeopleBrowsr, Tweettree, Tweenky etc. It has a nice chart for comparison and a review and screen shot of each which make the information very valuable when evaluating options.

I was additionally interested in the feedback from others that added additional options for web client for twitter of that I had not yet heard.  What I do agree with is the poor user experience right from Twitter. Without the apps that others created, Twitter would not be the phenom it has become.

Advertisements

Twitscoop combines, search, hot trends and buzz

I came across  www.Twitscoop.com while looking for a better search function than www.search.twitter.com .

It combines the best of many worlds: search, trends and buzz into one nice package.  They say it is a way of staying on top of Twitter, or what ever that means these days. Basically it is a gateway to Twitter and you really need to have a gateway.  If not, Twitters’ own functionality is very poor.

Twitscoop allows you to receive and send tweets, and find friends instantly, without reloading your page.  It also allows search and follow of what’s buzzing on twitter in real-time.

Their pitch is: “Never miss the buzz.  Watch the trends live on the cloud. Tweet from your account.  Twitpic images on the fly. Preview Twitpic images directly from Twitscoop. Track bit.ly stats.  Check bit.ly stats in real-time.”

The layout is very friendly for you non techy CMO types. So give it a try.