If you’re a social media marketer using Twitter for business, you’ll need to know the best ways to optimise your campaign and marketing experience. One way to do so is to explore the Twitter browser extensions that have been developed specifically with marketers in mind. Not only will they make things simpler, that, in turn, will allow you to work faster, so you’ll be able to get even more done and improve your workflow.
Here are just five Twitter browser extensions to consider.
Chromnitweet lets you add all the functionality of Twitter to the convenience of your Chrome browser address bar.
So, what does that mean? It means you can instantly send a tweet no matter where you are on the web, by typing it into your Chrome address bar!
Simply type the command ‘tw’ and a space and the bar will turn into a Tweet-ready platform. Once you’re done, press enter and it will be directly tweeted to your account.
This is a great time saver when the perfect tweet comes to mind, whether you’re currently on Twitter or not.
2. Hover Zoom (Chrome, FireFox)
When using the Hover Zoom extension, you can hover your moves over any online media, and it will present to you the full version without the need to open it in a new tab.
This is helpful when you find people haven’t formatted their images properly for Twitter, allowing you to see it as it should be seen without the need to go too far out of your way.
3. Reddit Check
This extension for Chrome allows you to hover over any Twitter link in order to have the tool tell you whether it has been submitted to Reddit.
This is ideal if you’re wanting to see whether your tweets and links are gaining traction around the web and what people are currently saying about them.
It can also be used to see where profile links have been shared, which is also helpful for gauging your online popularity and reputation.
If you’re using analytics to monitor the success of your Twitter campaign, you need Riffle. Riffle is an in-browser analytical tool that will tell you everything you need to know about your followers, demographic and competitors.
5. Silver Bird
Silver Bird gives you direct access to your Twitter feed, notifications and even DMs by simply clicking on the toolbar icon in your browser. You can then respond to messages and tweets without the need to actually open Twitter itself.
Think of it a little like TweetDeck, but for your browser!
By installing and using any of these helpful add ons, you’ll be able to apply them to your own digital marketing strategy and benefit from their use.
Have you already checked out any of these Twitter browser extensions for business? What were they like, and how did they affect your marketing strategy and workflow?
We’d love to hear about it in the comments. Or, feel free to let us know your own favourite Twitter extensions if we haven’t listed them here. It’s always great to share something you’ve found!