Will the CoTweet gamble pay off?
JANUARY 22, 2012
CoTweet , the easy-to-use and fantastically handy social media tool that lets many individuals to collaborate on publishing content on Twitter, is going the way of the Dodo in a few weeks. ExactTarget , the company behind the tool, announced on its blog this week that CoTweet is being rolled into a new enterprise package called SocialEngage. CoTweet will cease to be and SocialEngage will not offer a free service. The company says: “We want to express our sincere thanks to those who have helped us evolve CoTweet into the leading social media management solution.
50 Top Tools for Social Media Monitoring, Analytics, and Management 2013
MAY 12, 2013
MarketMeSuite ($) | A dashboard similar to Hootsuite and TweetDeck, it can be used to manage and market on multiple social profiles, schedule messages, use geotargeting, and more. Social Response ($) | Formerly Cotweet. TweetDeck (Free) | Very similar to HootSuite, only without all the bells and whistles, this client enables you to tweet and track mentions, people, and keywords.
24 Full Service Tools to Manage B2B Social Media
SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
CoTweet : Standard Account. CoTweet’s standard edition offers a basic set of Twitter features with advanced team collaboration not typically available in a free social media management product. TweetDeck. TweetDeck is a real-time browser, connecting you with your contacts across multiple social channels. CoTweet : Enterprise Account. Created for medium to large organizations, CoTweet Enterprise supports Twitter and Facebook and is ideal for brands that are heavily engaged in social media for ongoing marketing, brand-building and customer support.
List of Social Media Management Systems (SMMS)
OCTOBER 31, 2010
Context Optional offers management tools for moderating Facebook pages CoTweet was recently acquired by ExactTarget. Niacavagnaro I use TweetDeck combined with Constant Contact's Nutshell Mail. have NM send at 7am and 2pm then I respond through TweetDeck to Facebook, twitter, linkedin and google buzz, which are updated all at once. really love what I do, I hope it shows.
Organize Your Tweets with More Than One Twitter Client
MARCH 27, 2010
TweetDeck Echofon Twitterrific Most of the tools I have listed here provide traditional Twitter functionality. My new account that I established ( @AreMorch ), is what I use for business relationships. I use TweetDeck to manage tweets from Social Media experts. The great thing with TweetDeck is that I can view current trends, and then add specific columns related to the trends.
The New Twitter: Better, But Power Users Still Need Clients
SEPTEMBER 28, 2010
How does the new Twitter stack up to its old interface as well as desktop clients such as HootSuite, CoTweet, Seesmic and Tweetdeck? While it does not allow multiple columns like a Tweetdeck or Seesmic, it uses tabs above the main column to create fluid interaction. Tags: social media facebook interface Seesmic Tweetdeck twitter Twitter had to do something.
Free Twitter Automation Tools Roundup
OCTOBER 28, 2010
CoTweet is designed for organizations with multiple Twitter accounts and/or multiple Twitter members that work as a team to manage their online presence. They also do project management / business approach like Cotweet but with a better interface. You could also schedule tweets at different days of the week announcing special promotions for your small business, restaurant or whatever.
Jump-Starting Your Company's Twitter Account
JULY 21, 2010
great tool to use is CoTweet , so you can spend 10 minutes in the morning setting up your tweets for the day, spacing them 2-3 hours between each other. Although i am quite an advanced user, I found it refreshing to see links on here to twitter products that are free to use! I am surprised though that you have not included a section on Apps to use like tweetdeck or hootsuite! Cheers!
Survey results: The top Twitter tools and apps « The Cube
OCTOBER 6, 2010
So without further ado … Twitter desktop clients Tweetdeck hit the top spot, as expected with 64% of the votes, with Hootsuite following close behind with 44%. Twitter mobile clients Again Tweetdeck came out on top with 28%, followed by Tweetie (16%), Echofon (14%) and Twitterberry (3%). CoTweet was used by 9% of the respondents. So there you have it. what a year!
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, OMS Takeaway & Swagger Wagon Rap
MAY 21, 2010
Managing multiple Twitter accounts (a MUST READ for anyone wanting to compare TweetDeck, HootSuite, CoTweet, Pluggio, and more). This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, Search & Social Awards winners, a key takeaway from the Online Marketing Summit for businesses and bloggers, the Swagger Wagon Rap, and what’s coming up on kikolani.com. The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have stumbled upon and retweeted on @kikolani this week. Blogging / Writing. Complete guide to live blogging. Facebook. Twitter.
Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & New Search Engine Community
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
underused Twitter clients – beyond Tweetdeck, CoTweet, and HootSuite. This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup and a new search engine news community on kikolani.com. The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have stumbled upon , retweeted on @kikolani , and read in RSS subscriptions this week. Blogging / Writing.
The Very First Thing You Should Do in 2010
JANUARY 4, 2010
The Twitter integration in Netvibes actually includes the very same functionality of Tweetdeck. In fact, it’s so good that I have now uninstalled Tweetdeck from my Mac as this online version has some features even Tweetdeck was missing. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!" Over the last few years, more and more of my content has been moving online. Thanks Anthony.
Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
Convince & Convert
SEPTEMBER 21, 2010
But do you think, maybe, it had something to do with the fact they were watching their Tweetdeck more than the panel? But do you think, maybe, it had something to do with the fact they were watching their Tweetdeck more than the panel? Between the people, the parties, and purveyors of all things bacon, it was a twenty ring circus of the sublime and bizarre. There was no shatteringly impactful takeaway from SXSW 2010, as it seems we’ve entered a (sure to be brief) innovation lull. The feeling of community, and “we’re all in this together is slipping away. 2.