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It’s safe to assume that anyone who has a substantial number of Twitter followers (say, tens or hundreds of thousands) is not only interesting and entertaining… but is also really good at managing the process.
If you want to be good at managing your own Twitter process the problem is there are hundreds of Twitter tools and apps, including some really good tools you probably aren’t using.
So I conducted a totally unscientific survey: I asked some of my Twitter followers who have at least 5-digit followings which tool they use the most for managing Twitter.
The clear winner was Buffer, a tool that lets you schedule tweets so you can avoid joining the tweet-a-minute club and so you connect with followers when they’re most likely to be available and active.
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