Twemex makes analytics really easy and it’s great for new creators to see what tweets work well for all accounts. I can also use the search bar to easily find tweets from anyone, much better than Twitter’s default search.
If you're serious about Twitter, this is a great resource to see how people show up and tell stories that get high engagement. The search bar also minimizes the confusion of looking for relatable content among a bundle of tweets.
If you're overwhelmed by your Twitter feed, you'll like TweetDeck. It is like a noise silencer that allows you to only focus on the tweets that matter to you. I find it useful when I want to focus on well-performing content from my favorite people because I can filter by the number of likes, retweets, and replies.
This is a great way for build in public creators to get insights into content with high engagement. I can make sure to focus on the right people instead of all my followers.
Blackmagic makes using Twitter 10x better. It not only has great analytic features to monitor your tweet's performance, it also give you ways to keep in touch with your favorite people on Twitter like a CRM. You can bookmark tweets from them and follow up.
When I share my stories, I want to know which one resonates with more people, so I can track and adjust my content strategy based on that. I also bookmark my own Build in Public tweets to write long-form retrospectives.
ilo allows you to keep track of your followers, tweet engagement, and profile visits (see an example). It is mainly focused on analytics.
If you love to dig into the metrics of your tweets, this tool can help you have a better understanding of what to share more, what format works better, etc. It’s useful if you want to tweet more confidently on the most relatable topics.