60 Twitter Tracking Tools

Saw this awesome article and had to share — http://jimgrygar.byethost12.com/60-twitter-tools-to-track-tweets/

I’ve been finding so many Twitter tools, I want to pass them along that it’s hard to keep track of them all. The Twitter tools I want to keep track of are those that monitor, measure, and analyze Twitterer’s and their traffic. I figured I’d compile them here for your benefit.

  1. Twitter Search – This, obviously, is Twitter’s own search function. You can subscribe to a search via RSS.
  2. TweetBeep – TweetBeep is a “Google Alerts” for Twitter
  3. Tweetscan – Schedule Twitter searches to be sent to your email.
  4. Twist – Like Google Trends for Twitter
  5. TwitScoop – TwitScoop is a real-time tag cloud of Twitter buzz that also allows you to create graphs based on keyword tracking.
  6. MicroBlogBuzz – MicroBlogBuzz tracks the most popular links shared on microblogging services, including Twitter, Jaiku and Identica
  7. Twit(url)y – Tracks popular links and displays them in Digg-like fashion.
  8. Hashtags.org – Hashtags tracks the most popular Twitter posts that include a #hashtag. You can subscribe to an individual hashtag using RSS.
  9. Twemes – Tracks Twitter memes.
  10. TweetGrid – TweetGrid creates a Twitter search dashboard that updates in real time.
  11. monitter – monittor is a real-time keyword-based monitoring service that lets you watch three columns of keyword streams side-by-side. You can subscribe to them using RSS.
  12. ReTweetist – Tracks the most popular retweets.
  13. minn.citytweets.net – Real-time tweets from and/or about Minneapolis.
  14. Qwitter – Qwitter notifies you when someone unfollows you.
  15. Spy – Spy tracks real-time keyword mentions in Twitter, FriendFeed, Flickr, Blog Comments, Yahoo News, Blogs and Google Reader and allows you to subscribe via RSS.
  16. TweetWheel – Finds out which of your Twitter friends know each other.
  17. Twitter Charts – Twitter Charts gives you a visualization of when a particular Twitter user is most active. This is an excellent tool to determine the most opportune time to engage a given person.
  18. twInfluence – Ranks Twitter users’ influence.
  19. TwitterGrader – Grades a given Twitter user according to influence. Includes power users by geographic location; suggests who to follow and allows you to check if someone is following you.
  20. TwitterSheep – Creates a tag cloud of all the words in the bios of a given Twitter user’s followers.
  21. TwitterCounter – Provides stats on a given Twitter user and lets you compare that user to two others.
  22. Twellow – Twellow is a Twitter directory.
  23. TweetBoards – Compare Twitter users side-by-side.
  24. TweetStats – Gives you Twitter statistics about a given user.
  25. TwitterMeter – Twitter Meter allows you to enter a word to graph its use on Twitter’s public feed.
  26. TwitterLocal – Twitter Local is a desktop app that finds Twitter users within a fixed radius of a city or zip code.
  27. Twitter Analyzer – The best Twitter analytics tool I have found to date. Offers a ton of statistics.
  28. Mr. Tweet – A recommendation engine that also provides statistics on your Twitter usage.
  29. Localtweeps – Find Tweeps near you.
  30. Retail Twitter Aggregator – Aggregates the Twitter feeds of a handful of bricks & mortar retailers.
  31. retweetradar – Tag clouds and trends of retweets.
  32. Twubs – Find hashtags.
  33. What The Trend? – Find hashtags that are rising in popularity.
  34. Tagalus – A hashtag dictionary.
  35. Twitclicks – Shortens URLs and tracks clicks.
  36. Bit.ly – Shortens URLs, counts clicks, shows who else shortened a URL and provides metadata about that URL from across the Web.
  37. Tweetburner – Shortens URLs and tracks clicks on Twitter & FriendFeed.
  38. Twittervision – Real-time geographic posts to Twitter.
  39. TweetChannel – Create Twitter channels.
  40. Twitterfall – Real-time monitoring.
  41. Twendz – Real-time Twitter search engine coupled with related keywords & word clouds.
  42. Tweetzi – Advanced Twitter search engine.
  43. Twistory – Pumps your Twitter feed into a calendar application so you can visualize your Tweeting history.
  44. Twitlinks – Tracks most popular tech links from most popular tech Twitterers.
  45. Twitturls – Tracks popular links.
  46. OneRiot – Twitter search engine.
  47. twopopular – Tracks hashtags and keywors in real time or by time intervals.
  48. Tweet Volume – See how often words and phrases are mentioned on Twitter.
  49. TweetEffect – Find out which tweets gained and which tweets lost you followers.
  50. Tweetmeme – Tweetmeme tracks the most popular links on twitter every 5 minutes, categorized by types of content: Blogs, images, video or audio.
  51. Tinker – Aggregates Twitter conversations around topics.
  52. Splitweet – Multi account manager & brand monitor.
  53. Tweetizen – Lets you categorize your followers and then follow only that feed.
  54. Who Should I Follow? – Find new Twitter friends.
  55. FriendOrFollow.com – Find Twitterers you follow that don’t follow you back.
  56. Twitter Friends – Compare your tweeting behavior with other.
  57. Who Follows Who? – Find out the common Twitterers up to five Twitter users have in common.
  58. Socialoomph – Let’s you schedule Tweets and vet followers.
  59. CoTweet – Let’s multiple people manage a single Twitter account in a rational fashion.
  60. TweetDeck – An Adobe Air desktop application for Twitter. I actually use this. It should’ve been on the original list.
twopopular – Tracks hashtags and keywors in real time or by time intervals.
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3 Responses

  1. Thanks, I was looking for this kind of a list! There were a few tools that I liked but forgot their names. I found them in this list!

    • I’m glad I could help 🙂 There are a bunch of tips, tools and articles buried here — feel free to look around. After I submitted my book on using social media and Web 2.0 to promote — I started this blog to post tools and tips that I find 🙂 Did you check out TwitIt?? Great little posting tool.

  2. a nice tips, maybe other people don’t know about this simple tips but very useful for us

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