List of Twitter Clients

A twitter client is a programme that can be used to access your twitter account without actually going to the website. Twitter clients are becoming increasingly useful as they allow you to customise what you see in twitter and most have now extended their service to facebook as well. Making it easier to manage your online social profiles. To make life easier I have listed a few twitter clients that I recommend with a brief list of highlights: Tweet Deck Mobile app suport Facebook, Linkedin and Myspace integration Works on windows and mac Hootsuite Windows and mac compatible iPhone app Schedule tweets Facebook, Linkedin and integration Click through statistics Thwirl Works on windows and mac Video recording capability support Seesmic Works on windows and mac Blackberry and Andriod apps Facebook integration At the end of the day its your choice! Enjoy

Three wordpress plugins that help with viral marketing

WordPress is my favourite platform for building blogs. The main reason for this is because of the wide range of plugins available to give your website that extra edge. I thought I would quickly share my top three social networking plugins for the WordPress platform. Third Place: AddThis WordPress Plugin The Addthis plugin makes it easy to add social networking links at the top and bottom of your blog posts and pages. If you don’t mind doing a little extra work it is possible to use the Addthis platform to make customised sharing links. Second Place: Simple Facebook Connect This plugin takes a bit of setting up on your first time but is well worth investing the time in. The plugin has a wide variety of options but is modular in its assembly. This means that you can choose the modules you need and then delete the modules you don’t – saving page load time and server space. First Place: TweetMeme Retweet Button TweetMeme wins outright because it has the simplest installation and it’s easy to use, direct call to action makes it very successful in getting your content retweeted.

Top 10 minus 1 WordPress Plugins

WordPress is a wonderful blogging tool. After my first experience with it I have subsequently started moving all my blogs across to this platform. It’s been around for ages and stood the test of time, provides a great tool and obviously has an abundance of third party plugins that transform your blog into a powerful beast to promote your articles. Here are my Top WordPress Plugins to date that I feel every wordpress blog should look into: Feedburner Feedsmith – This is only useful if you are using feedburner to manage and track your feeds. It takes every rss link on the blog and ensures that it redirects to your feedburner RSS feed. Making your RSS tracking more reliable. Google Analytics for WordPress – add your google analytic ID to this plugin and gain more insightful research from the traffic on your bog Google XML Sitemaps – This plugin will generate a compatible sitemap of your WordPress blog which is supported by, Google, MSN Search and YAHOO. Headspace – This is a must have for any blog that is serious about SEO. This allows complete control over all SEO needs such as keywords/tags, titles, description, stylesheets etc. Lightbox 2 – A great plugin that displays images in a lighbox java effect. Gives a nice professional touch to the website. MaxBlogPress Ping Optimiser – This plugin changes the way your wordpress blog pings its search engines. Basically it forces wordpress to become less annoying and more likable by search...

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