Apps To Consider For A Twitter Chat
|June 29, 2022||Posted by Prasant under TwitterApp|
Twitter Chat is not a new thing on Twitter but the purpose makes it still popular. It’s an online chat on Twitter with a purpose. Twitter Chats are amazing to listen, learn, share ideas and build relationships that can also help in your business. We are not talking about direct sales but making people curious by rationally engaging on Twitter chats. One of the famous Twitter chat #blogchat talks about blogging and reviewing blogs of different bloggers. In the same way, Leo the co-founder of Buffer partnered with @mqtodd is also starting a twitter chat called #toolschat at 10 pm(EST) Wednesday. The purpose of this chat has been covered in the bufferapp blog. So we thought of listing few apps that will bolster your Twitter Chat experience.
Apps to Chat From in Twitter Chat
Twitter Chat is a heavy stream of thoughts that are constantly being updated. So you must take care about what you are tweeting and with whom. Personal experience says that using the common twitter app might not be an efficient way.
Tweet Chat: It Is a simple app that could be used when you want to join a twitter chat. Login via your twitter account and enter the twitter chat name to join in. You get a dashboard where you can tweet, reply, retweet but the cool features are the pause button and user control. By pressing the pause button you can pause the stream and easily reply to someone. The user control option allows you to block spam that might be ruining your experience. With this block feature you can stop the senseless chatters and focus on your chat.
Cotweet: This is also a twitter dashboard where you can search for your twitter chat hash tag to display all the activities. You may debate that this can be done via Hootsuite or Tweetdeck but Cotweet gives you one single page view without focusing elsewhere which is very important for a twitter chat.
Tip: If you ask us then we would like to use Tweet Chat for its special features such as ‘Pause’ and ‘User control’.
App to find Twitter Chat Archives
TwapperKeeper: It’s always not possible to be active on Twitter chats for various reasons. But with TwapperKeeper even if you miss the Twitter Chat you can search in the archives. One needs to make sure that the archive has been created initially. The app also provides a small little analytics about the archives. So it’s a good way to fall back to a twitter chat or search other twitter chats in the archive search section.
App to Connect with Active Twitter Chat Participants
TweetGrader: You attended a Twitter chat and what after that? You really don’t have enough time to add people or to do a quick math that who has tweeted the most valuable thoughts. TweetGrader with all other features provides a detail analysis about the top users in a Twitter chat. Click on the search and enter the hashtag of your Twitter chat, Tweetgrader gets you the list. Now you can check the list, their respective bios, total no of followers, updates and above all connecting with them. This is a great app that you can use once the chat is over to connect with likeminded people to engage more on Twitter.
Apps for Analytic about the Twitter Chat
Everyone loves to see analytic or numbers moreover by the organizer of the chat. So it’s believed that the organizer will surely publish the results but even you can do some work at your end.
Tweettronics: You don’t need to do much for this app, just login and enter the hashtag of your chat. You are presented with amazing in-depth analytic about the chat. The app shows you analytics about Trends, Words, Phrases, Tweets, Reach and Urls used in the chat. Out of the analysis the most exciting one is the ‘Reach’. The app shows total reach as well as the individual reach about the speakers in the chat and if you click on the speakers then you are presented with more individual twitter stats. Tweetronics is not a free app but instead of 14 days we would have loved a trial period of 30 days.
TweetReports: Well if you are not happy with Tweettronics then you have TweetReports and Mack Collier uses the same app for his amazing Twitter chat called #blogchat. TweetReports does the reporting in a glossy and neat way unlike Tweettronics. The app provides you everything that you will ask for top chatters, links shared, keywords, pictorial and detailed analysis of the chat. The best part of this app is the reports. The reports are really reports breaking down from tweets, retweets to hourly weekday and weekend tweet analysis. This is a great insight for the organizer as well as the participants. TweetReports with such detailed analysis is free for 7 days which is a sad part but it is a meaningful investment if you are really pursuing the Twitter Chat.
Anything we missed out that you want to add to the list.