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Software Description:

Click to Tweet is a ‘tweet about this’ link generator. Users can create easy tweetable links to use on their website, blog, emails and products and get the exact message shared the way they want it be shared.
Click to Tweet is a useful promotional tool because it enables users to share different content for one product or blog.
They are not limited by the SEO title of the blog post or product, which is typically the case when people use the Twitter sharing button. It is possible to craft the exact message users want people to tweet.

Software Description:

Klout suggests shareable content that your audience hasn't seen yet. Create content that strikes a chord with your friends, fans, and followers and see the impact it has by tracking how many retweets, likes, and shares you gain - improving your own brand's Klout Score.Gain 'Klout Perks' through engagement - these are exclusive rewards you earn because of the impact you have online. Every day, Klout users receive amazing products, special discounts, and VIP access because of their influence in certain topics.

Software Description:

HootSuite helps organizations use the social web to launch marketing campaigns, identify and grow audience, and distribute targeted messages across multiple channels.

Using HootSuite’s unique social media dashboard, teams can collaboratively schedule updates to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, WordPress and other social networks via web, desktop or mobile platforms plus track campaign results and industry trends to rapidly adjust tactics.

Features:

Features:

Features:

  • Calendar Management
  • Contact Management
  • Contact Sharing
  • Email Integration
  • Project Management
  • Task Scheduling/Tracking

Summary:

  • Email marketing: Users can encourage people to share their email marketing and expose more people to the good stuff they share with the list.

  • Blog posts: By adding a click to tweet quote to blog posts, pre-filled with content that captures an interesting highlight users want to promote.

  • Ebooks and Information Products: Users can encourage people to rave about their ebooks and other information products.

Summary:

  • Share content that your audience hasn't yet seen.

  • Track your unique Klout score.

  • Record and understand user engagement with your content.

Summary:

    No key features associated with this application.

Enterprise


Custom solution user(s) / month
Included in plan:
  • Custom number of social profiles

Business

$400.00
5 user(s) / month
Included in plan:
  • 50 social profiles

Team

$80.00
3 user(s) / month
Included in plan:
  • 20 social profiles

Professional

$16.00
1 user(s) / month
Included in plan:
  • 10 social profiles

FAQs:

    Who are the main user groups of this service?
  • Users of this service are website and blog owners, who want to promote their content on Social Media, especially Twitter.

  • What is this service generally used for?
  • It is used generally used as a link generator.

  • Does this service integrate with any other apps?
  • There is Click To Tweet WordPress plugin available.

  • Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
  • They offer online support and FAQ section.

FAQs:

    No FAQs associated with this application.

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Publisher:

Founded:
2008
Based in:
San Francisco
Employees:
51-200
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Publisher:

Founded:
2008
Based in:
Vancouver
Employees:
501-1000
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