Looking for social media tools to help you better manager your Twitter campaigns and account.  Here are a few of our favorite tools:

Tweepi

Tweepi is a Twitter management tool that allows you to perform a number of valuable tasks including flushing accounts that don’t follow back, removing accounts that are inactive, lack a profile or have eggs as a profile image.

Tweepi also helps you find followers you aren’t following back as well as follow large groups based on use of a hashtag or other identifier.  They recently added a feature that allows you to force accounts to unfollow you.  This is very handy for removing inactive accounts and spam accounts.  Tweepi does offer some basic services for free.  Enhanced features are available for $14,95 a month.

RowFeeder 

RowFeeder is an inexpensive way to dip your toe in the social media analytics pool.  It’s fantastic tool for anyone looking for basic Twitter stats.  Their fee structure allows you to track programs for a relatively low cost; around $30 a month for three terms and 15,000 tweets.

One of the most useful features of this tool is that it allows you to extract data in excel format so you can slice and dice the numbers beyond the set reporting.  RowFeeder is a sub product of Simply Measured, a more robust social media monitoring and management tool.

Tweriod 

Tweriod should be in everyone’s social media survival tool kit as it answers the questions, “When should I tweet?” and “At what time are most of my followers online?” Anyone that’s used Twitter knows how much noise is there, and getting noticed in a seemingly endless sea of tweets is a challenge for everyone.  There are other social media management tools that provide the same feature, but they are included in pricey packages.

Tweriod will analyze up to 1,000 followers for free and offers a deeper analysis from $3.99 a month for 5,000 followers to $15.00 a month for 50,000 followers.

StatusPeople’s Fakers Tool

If your job involves working with influencers, this tool is extremely helpful in separating true, legitimate community leaders from posers, pumping up thier followers in an effort to look good.  Status People’s Fakers tool analyzes a sample of 1,000 followers and determines how many are fake, inactive and valid.  Typically, fake accounts follow several and have only a few followers.  The findings are considered accurate for up to 50,000 followers.

Have a favorite social media tool?  Tell us about it in the comment section below.

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