60 Twitter tools for PR and marketing pros

You can get a lot out of Twitter as it is: It’s an excellent network to find experts, read interesting articles and jump into conversations. But sometimes PR and marketing pros want to do more.

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Recently, while hunting for Twitter tools, we found many suggestions and recommendations were outdated, and several Twitter-based tools have been bought out or shut down in the last few years. Many of the tools we originally found were poorly designed and difficult to use.

We’ve tested hundreds of Twitter tools and narrowed them down to the best that can help you with almost everything—measurement, finding and creating content, interacting with your audience, building your presence and more.

Here are 60 tools PR and marketing pros should check out:

The most popular tools

Here are 60 tools PR and marketing pros should check out:

The most popular tools

1. Bit.ly

Bit.ly shortens links, but perhaps more importantly, it also tracks link clicks.

2. Tweetdeck

Tweetdeck allows you to create multiple streams that can be based on your feed, keywords or searches. You can also easily tweet, retweet and respond through the app or desktop version.

3. Hootsuite

Though it has similar features to Tweetdeck, Hootsuite allows you to manage multiple twitter accounts. The free version includes three Twitter accounts, and you can upgrade to the premium version if you need more than that.

If you’re just starting out with Hootsuite, this article will walk you through setting up Twitter accounts.

4. Klout

Klout provides all users with a score from 1-100; the average score is around 40. You can link your Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus accounts as well. Klout also provides suggestions on users to follow and content to share.

5. Topsy

Whatever your client’s industry–be it organic farming or interior design–Topsy will give you the number of relevant tweets and trends and then list out the most popular tweets. It’s a great resources for finding interesting content and relevant twitter accounts to follow. You can get a lot out of Twitter as it is: It’s an excellent network to find experts, read interesting articles and jump into conversations. But sometimes PR and marketing pros want to do more.

Recently, while hunting for Twitter tools, we found many suggestions and recommendations were outdated, and several Twitter-based tools have been bought out or shut down in the last few years. Many of the tools we originally found were poorly designed and difficult to use.

We’ve tested hundreds of Twitter tools and narrowed them down to the best that can help you with almost everything—measurement, finding and creating content, interacting with your audience, building your presence and more.

Source: http://www.prdaily.com/socialmedia/Articles/18318.aspx

5 NYC African American Fashion & Beauty Editors Fashionistas Should To Follow.

        Get in the know. When it comes to all things #fashion and #beauty guess who knows best…

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  1. Simone S. Oliver
    The New York Times, Online Fashion Editor

    Twitter: @SimoneSOliver
  2. Shiona Turini
    Cosmopolitan Magazine, Fashion Market Director

    Twitter: @Shionat
  3. Celia Smith
    Essence.com, Fashion Editor

    Twitter: @CeliaStyle
  4. Dana Oliver
    The Huffington Post, Senior Beauty Editor

    Twitter: @HuffPostBeauty

These top 5 fashion and beauty editors should definitely be on your list.

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A Must for Luxury Brand Lovers to do in NYC This Weekend: Visit Christian Louboutin’s Red Soles Stand By At Killer Heels Exhibition In NYC

Good morning #LuxuryBrand #shoelovers we highly recommend this exhibit! Please send us your comments.

Christian Louboutin’s Red Soles Stand By At Killer Heels Exhibition In NYC

While high heels breathe life into any ensemble, lengthen legs and boost confidence, they also render that terrific feeling of glamour which cannot be substituted. Currently they are highlighted at The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibition, Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe. The show features more than 160 experimental high heels from the seventeenth century through the present. Christian Louboutin’s Red Soled creations also form part of this new collection which comprises of the high platform chopines to the glamorous stilettos.

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Official Google Blog: On the 25th anniversary of the web, let’s keep it free and open

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Die Koelner Bierhalle (the Kbh) Launches New Website For New York Beer Lovers

The New and Completely Re-designed Website Offers a User-Friendly and Interactive Experience, with Brew Rich Content for Those Who Enjoy Good German Beers.

PRLog (Press Release)Jan. 8, 2014NEW YORKDie Koelner Bier Halle (The KBH), which holds the distinction of Park Slope Brooklyn’s first authentic German Bierhalle, announced today the launch of its newly revamped website. The new www.thekbh.com re-designed to communicate the good brew experience of the KBH, is also a part of the bierhalle’s ongoing efforts to enhance its brand and add flair to its online presence.

KBH WEBSITE CAPTURE

The new website boasts a modern colorful design, rich content, improved usability and navigation, a new promo and contest page, and new sections for beer lovers to view happy hour specials, up-to-date KBH news and upcoming events. In addition, the website displays enhanced menu features and bold images of menu items from its selection of authentic German dishes, rich deserts and its extensive list of German imports; which includes the best of lagers, HEFEWEIZEN, KÖLSCH, PILSNERS and ALES. Other new sections on the website include a video and

photo gallery, and the new interactive “KBH Brew” blog where beer lovers can engage in conversation about all things beer, and leave comments or feedback.

“The new website is a reflection of the KBH bierhalle’s image; so we decided to go with a totally fresh look to reflect the direction in which we are going,” – says Andre Jordan, one of KBH owners.

KBH fans can also see the latest promotional activities come to life with the introduction of a promotions page. This new page features limited-time-only menu and brew items, advanced updates about beer tastings and parings, contests, announcements and giveaways, with detailed descriptions and bold graphics. New Yorkers who enjoy good German beer are encouraged to join the KBH mailing list, and to check the new website for frequent blog updates featuring articles like “Ten Things You Did Not Know About Beer” and more.

“A heluva good bier garten.” – Urban Daddy

ABOUT DIE KOELNER BIERHALLE (THE KBH)
Since its launch in 2012, The KBH has brought hundreds of New York City beer lovers together for authentic German cuisine and the best selections of imported beer in a low key communal setting. Local New Yorkers often refer to the KBH as “the” place for the “best burger and lager beer” in Brooklyn; and visiting German natives refer to the KBH as one of the best bierhalles outside of Germany. The Bavarian traditions, passion for life and hospitality is definitely present in the KBH experience. The KBH has been mentioned in many publications including: The NY Times, Time Out New York, and New York Magazine. To learn more about the KBH and its upcoming 2nd anniversary event in August of 2014, please visit http://www.thekbh.com today.

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