One of my goals for September was to build my Twitter account and see more clearly through it. I don’t have a personal account on Twitter so I really started using it two months ago when I started that blog. I was a bit confused at first, because everything goes so fast, and I had no idea how to get my tweets noticed and how to build an audience.
I have just installed Tweepi and so far I think it has pretty neat features. It allows you to manage your Twitter account in just a few clicks. You can see who is following you, and reciprocate if you want. You can see who you have been following and hasn’t returned the favor. You can sort those people by Klout score, number or tweets, number of followers or last time they tweeted.
I find it really cool so far, because it helps me do what I wanted to in less time than doing is manually with Twitter. I have created lists, with the people I follow most, others who tweet all the time like MSN or WSJ and that I only check once in a while.
Then I can look for a PF blogger that I follow, and check out who follows him or her, and who that blogger follows. I can easily add those same people, with whom I share a common interest, and hopefully some of them will follow me back :).
Using Tweepi is free, so I encourage that you check it out, there is also a premium version with even easier features to manage your Twitter account.