I know you love twitter, that’s why you are here. I am also a huge twitter fan (Click to Follow me). At the beginning, I was active while tweeting from twitter.com, but after a while I found it is a kinda boring, also, it is not so easy to use. So I start to use tweetdeck desktop – my personal real-time browser, connecting me with my contacts across Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Google Buzz and more.
I like this application whole lot, I became a better twitizen after installed it. But unfortunately, it always got crashed every time I turn on this cool application. Someone told me it might because the browser that I use could cause the problem or conflict, in that time I was using FireFox, so I change it to Google Chrome, after that, things seems like going fine.
However, this desktop application eats some of my pc space, to free them up, I installed and start to use TweetDeck for Google’s Chrome browser, very fast, it becomes my favor social media tool.
I love it, the Chrome TweetDeck app features many similar components of the desktop version, while running entirely within the Chrome browser – I get all the awesome functionality of TweetDeck without having to run a separate application. The functionality of how it integrates multiple Twitter accounts into one combined column of @ replies and another for direct messages just awesome. Its super simple layout let me quickly read and respond to updates across many of my favorite social networks. Best of all, the speed is fast, it is a huge time-saver for people who tweet a lot from different accounts. Its really great.
The new side panel allows you to quickly browse, preview, and add new columns as well.
It brings the best of what people loved about the desktop AIR-app to the Web. The Chrome app supports TweetDeck accounts for syncing of read tweets, filters and search columns, and has support for almost everything social.
TweetDeck for Chrome is aiming to be faster and lighter than its AIR-based cousin, this is good news for anyone who’s wanted to use TweetDeck on the desktop but has been put off by the relatively large footprint the AIR app takes.
Thus, if you want to attract as many visitors to your site as you need to make your business thrive. download and use TweetDeck for Google’s Chrome browser, you will love it!
Do you have or know, or used any other social media tools that are good for generate the traffic to the site or blog? Mind to share them in below the comment section?