10 Features I Want to See in TweetDeck
MARCH 18, 2010
Twitip Getting more out of twitter Follow 102,289 followers Subscribe 20,083 subscribers starters guide getting followers tools tips business people news add a tip Neal Wiser @nealwiser 10 Features I Want to See in TweetDeck 37 I have a love/hate relationship with TweetDeck.
Twitter Brand Pages are Pointless
DECEMBER 13, 2011
I have three monitors, one of which is covered wall-to-wall with TweetDeck. TweetDeck has six columns, with my main stream, mentions, my favorite list, direct messages, a search column (currently on #Buckeyes ), and favorites. Today’s guest post is written by Brian Meeks.
What Does Your Twitter Avatar Say About You?
JULY 26, 2009
Tweets are short at 140 characters, but a Twitter avatar must visually represent a user in just 2304 pixels. Choosing the right avatar can affect the way people see you online. Here are some of the most popular avatar types and what they say about the user: Standard head shot : Head and shoulders, framed squarely, professional in appearance, though perhaps a little formal. Currently, the most popular of these is the green avatar to show support for free elections in Iran.
Your Definitive Guide to Social Media Image Sizes
Convince & Convert
APRIL 15, 2016
TweetDeck. You can’t make separate images for Twitter and TweetDeck, since they’re really the same social network. However, you still want to take into consideration the way that your Twitter header image will appear on TweetDeck because they do vary a bit in size.
Twitter Updates for 2009-02-28
FEBRUARY 27, 2009
twitter is filling up my inbox # Finally got a group going on tweetdeck! 1) How to write a Check (1) Real-time Twitter Feed Popular Posts How to write a Check (3541) A Personal Review of Avatar (235) Marketing Fail: iNET Web Case Study (167) #85 Sponsored by GoDaddy: How Fast do you want your money, The Best Advertisement, Intel Quad-core and Plasma TV’s (151) Entrepreneur vs. Employee, Which one are you?
Why You Should Have a Secondary Twitter Account
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
FEBRUARY 16, 2010
HootSuite puts all the accounts in one single interface (you can do the same with TweetDeck and Seesmic, I believe), but in terms of passwords, I usually use KeePass to store them with other relevant account information.
Use Mixero to Reduce Twitter Noise
MARCH 6, 2010
The client software currently available for incorporating Twitter on your desktop (such as TweetDeck) is much better at dealing with the noise problem than the conventional web interface. And If I’m at work, when I don’t have much time to read the tweets, I can switch Mixero to the so-called Avatars Mode when Mixero hides itself only leaving the ActiveList avatars visible with balloons showing events like tweets or DMs from them.
Review of The Twit Cleaner
JANUARY 14, 2010
I leave tweetdeck on when I’m busy but I’ll use the web to really dive into conversations. You just have to click their avatar.
Forget What the Experts Say…You CAN Shortcut Your Way to Success with Social Media
SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
Tools like HootSuite and Tweetdeck let you schedule and post to a variety of networks. If you want an avatar or to include your social profiles join our Facebook community.
Why it Pays To Purge – Making Efficent Use of Twitter
DECEMBER 31, 2009
Clicking on the avatar brings up that person’s Twitter profile, so you can refresh your memory as to who they are, what they do, and whether their tweets are of value to you. The purge… Select the users that you wish to stop following, by clicking the checkbox next to their avatar. Unlike those seesmic/tweetdeck groups which require you follow someone to group them, lists don’t require following.
Retweet this post: Why The New Retweet Function Is An Improvement
JANUARY 6, 2010
It means I can continue to follow the really noisy people and even add them to lists or tweetdeck groups. It does also take some time to get used to seeing unknown avatars in my tweet stream, and have to read the fine print to figure out which person I follow is responsible for the tweet (and the person to whom I’m most likely respond.)