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#140tc Top 7 Newest Twitter Applications

By · September 27, 2009 · Filed in #140tc LA Twitter Conference


Did you know that the #140tc LA Twitter Conference was featured in Business Week? The conference was also a trending topic on Twitter. It was funny to see random people ask, “What is #140tc?” There were a few times where I helped to answer that question during the conference.

There were so many neat new Twitter applications that I decided to do a separate post just for this topic.  Here are some of the cool applications that were shared at the conference:

Top 7 Newest Twitter Applications

peoplebrowsr is a great tool to see positive or negative tweets about you and your brand. I especially love the search feature which allows search much farther in history than just

tidytweet I really loved this one which rejects spam words, spam accounts and ways to keep your Twitter feed clean! Twitter spam has been rampant lately. This is a great tool to help with this growing problem on Twitter.

backtweets This allows you to search for certain links on Twitter

Oneforty is a place to find a number of Twitter tools in one place and lists the top 10 Twitter tools.

klout measures your influence on Twitter. I was honored to be on the influencer list as part of the #140tc conference!

myinview is a powerful solution for monitoring, receiving instant notifications, and responding to anything that matters to you on Twitter.

Twendz this is sentiment analyzer which will rate the percentage of positive or negative tweets about a brand, person or business.

Here are a few extra sites that I use to enhance my Twitter experience. allows you to see the peak and low times of your favorite tweeps! allows you set up email alerts for certain tweets that are of interest to you. allows you see your or others trends such as who you RT the most, who you reply to the most and shows your most active tweet months and days!


I also learned that Facebook is not an open source platform in terms of search engine indexing. Facebook fan pages are the only open source platform where you can get indexed on the search engines. That is why I posted Top 4 Reasons You Need a Facebook Fan Page.

Twitter is an open source platform in which each of your tweets are indexed on search engines. You can be found on search engines by adding more keywords specific to your brand in your tweets.

Don’t get overwhelmed with too many tools. Just choose a few at a time and manage your time wisely!

Be sure to check my 1st review of the #140tc Conference at How To Grow Your Followers with Events. You can see some of the celebrities that I met at the conference. I will have my 3rd post in this series, 3 Ways to Grow Your Business, featuring Tony Robbins’ keynote speech either Monday or Tuesday of this week.

What are some of your favorite Twitter applications or which one of the above is most useful or fun for you? Have fun with these new Twitter applications!

Naomi Trower
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  • Michael Paladino

    I’m one of the developers of TidyTweet and just wanted to say thanks for mentioning us. We had a blast at #140tc and really enjoyed getting to meet so many cool people. Let us know if you ever have any questions or feedback for us.

  • Jon Aston

    Wow! What a great list! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Naomi Trower

    Hi Michael,
    Oh no problem! TidyTweet is actually one of my favorites! I can’t wait to get more into it to clean up my feed! :) Thanks for stopping by!

  • Naomi Trower

    Thanks Jon! I appreciate you! :)

  • Vickie Smith-Siculiano, PMp

    Great list! Thanks for sharing these ever-evolving social media tools with us.

  • Naomi Trower

    Hi Vickie! You are very welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

  • David Lawyer


    Great list. As I become more involved with Twitter I am finding organization and management are becoming vitally important in order to more effectively use this application. I can see several in your list I will try and hopefully be able to use moving forward.

  • Naomi Trower

    Hi David,

    Thanks for your comments. I’m glad that you find this post useful to you.