BrightKit Twitter Account Managerby
Update: Brightkit is now HOOTSUITE
Ever since I signed up for Twitter in March of 2006, I’ve been trying out the latest application, tools, and online tricks to stay on top of development and the never-ending conversation that the microblogging service provides.
The latest offering is BrightKit, an all-in-one manager from the good folks at Vancouver-based Invoke Media.
BrightKit is the ultimate TwitterÂ® toolbox. With BrightKit, you can manage multiple Twitter profiles, pre-schedule tweets, and measure your success. BrightKit lets you manage your entire Twitter experience from one easy-to-use interface. Creating an account is easy. Enter your Twitter username and password, and add a profile for each Twitter account you wish to manage. Then get tweeting! Check stats and analytics right from your dashboard.
Having more than one Twitter account (one personal, one business) this is extremely convenient and it allows everyone in the company to update the Twitter account (that being John and I). You can also schedule Tweets.
I recommend giving it a try and be on the lookout for updates and feel free to send along feedback as they’re dedicated to making this the best tool possible.
Related Posts About Twitter: A Vancouverite’s Guide to Twitter, TweetDeck is Your All-in-One Twitter Manager, The Power of Twitter: Tweet Apps and Clients, The Power of Twitter.
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I have been managing 80+ Twitter accounts with http://easytweets.com since the summer.
I don’t care when my personal tweets go out, but it makes no sense for FearlessCity’s tweets to go out at 4am when I’m awake and everyone in Vancouver but me is asleep. That’s the only thing I’ve used Brightkit for so far, but it’s already had a big impact on effectiveness online.
Interesting!! If I even start using twitter, I’ll be sure to check this out!! God knows these things can be complicated enough, and a helping hand is always welcome!
I’m still upset at Twitter stopping SMS messages to Canadian phones. Blame the cellular companies… This looks like a good twitter tool, I plan to check it out.
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