Are you looking for an easier way to manage what happens on Twitter? With so many Twitter tools out there, it’s hard to know which ones to trust with your Twitter account management. So we have selected a few we have tried and tested for you to try and use.

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bitly

Is the easiest and most fun way to save, share and discover links from around the web. We call these links bitmarks, and you can use bitly to remember, curate and share them. bitly is available via our website, browser extensions, mobile web, and numerous third-party tools integrated with our open public API. bitly also powers more than 10,000 custom short URLs and offers an enterprise analytics platform that helps web publishers and brands grow their social media traffic.

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Buffer

A Smarter Way to Share.Be awesome on social media. Easily add great articles, pictures and videos to your Buffer and we automagically share them for you through the day!

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HootSuite

is a social media management system for businesses and organizations to collaboratively execute campaigns across multiple social networks from one secure, web-based dashboard. Launch marketing campaigns, identify and grow audiences, and distribute targeted messages using HootSuite’s unique social media dashboard. Streamline team workflow with scheduling and assignment tools and reach audiences with geo-targeting functionality. Invite multiple collaborators to manage social networks securely, plus provide custom reports using the comprehensive social analytics tools for measurement. Key social network integrations include Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and new Google+ Pages, plus a suite of social content apps for YouTube, Flickr, Tumblr and more.

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SocialEngage

ExactTarget SocialEngageTM (formerly CoTweet) helps you manage an unlimited number of conversations on Facebook and Twitter. With features that support engagement growth and complex staffing strategies, SocialEngage makes it easy to scale up and deliver the kind of experience your customers expect.

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Fake Follower Check

Find out how many fake followers you and your friends have.

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Paper.li/

Create your online newspaper in minutes. Automatically find, publish & promote engaging articles, photos and videos from across the web.

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TweetDeck

Makes it easier for publishers, marketers and power users to track the real-time conversations they care about. It brings more flexibility and insight to power users through a customizable layout that lets you keep up with the people and topics that matter most to you. And, you can join the conversation by tweeting, sharing photos and links to news stories, and more.

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SocialOomph

SocialOomph is a cloud-based application that offers tools for using Twitter and Facebook more productively.Formerly we were known as TweetLater.com, with a focus on productivity solutions for users of Twitter.com.

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Twitterfeed

Allows you to add RSS feeds (yours and others) to be shared automatically through your Twitter, Facebook, and other social media accounts each time there is a new update to them. You can customize the tweets to show the title of the new post, the link (shortened by your preferred URL shortener), and even add a RT @username or via @username so you let the blogger know you’re always tweeting their posts. It’s a great way to curate content for your audience automatically, but just be careful that the blogs whose feeds you use always publish quality content.

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By Gareth Davies