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Top 20 Apps For Managing Social Media

Social media from Twitter to Facebook, LinkedIn to YouTube creates opportunities for building relationships, cultivating customers and promoting business, but the sea of updates and input awash with data both important and consequential can drown all but the most dogged of users. Fortunately, app developers have created more than a few devices to make keeping afloat in the social media waters manageable, sane and even productive. Yet even the tools intended to help users navigate social media ar
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Looking to cut through the noise of millions of Twitter accounts? Twollo is designed to help Twitter users find a more targeted audience for their posts. There is a four-day free trial. After that, Twollo costs $5.99 a month for five key words; $9.99 a month for 10 keywords; $19.99 per month for 20 keywords, and $59.99 month for unlimited keywords. Annual subscriptions also are available for 5, 10 and 20 keywords.

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Marc Callado
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6/2/2012 | 9:03:13 AM
re: Top 20 Apps For Managing Social Media
Cool breakdown of all these available social tools, some links are dead though. With so many to choose from it'll become a matter of personal taste. Some will be more intuitive than others but some (Hootsuite, Tweetdeck) on this slideshow are solid products/apps.
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