After contributing to and tracking conversations about your business across the Twitterverse, you’re bound to build up a following of customers and fans. Our last round of Twitter tools will help you manage the old and new relationships you’ve made via Twitter.
A powerful follower management tool for small businesses with not-so-small audiences, My Tweeple features amazing search functionality for quickly finding needles in the haystack. It lets you sort followers based on numerous filters, such as location, name, and most recent to oldest. You can even export your results to a CSV file. It’s a cinch to sync My Tweeple with your Twitter account, as well as add notes or tags to users for your eyes only. If you’re finding that managing your growing number of Twitter followers is a challenge, definitely give My Tweeple a whirl.
This handy Twitter tool quickly shows you the people you’re following on Twitter who are not following you in return. In the “Fans” tab, you’ll also find out who’s following you that you’re not following back. Finding reciprocated followings is also an option. If you see that someone was following you before, but isn’t now, Friend or Follow can provide clues as to why their interest in your Twitter account changed. Results can be exported to a CSV file.
It’s a search tool you wish came with Twitter. If you can’t remember the Twitter handles of your followers, TweepSearch will remember them for you. How? Simply enter your Twitter handle and TweepSearch will fetch your followers and allow you to search their accounts. You can search by keyword or type in a location to search your followers’ bios.