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Updated by Akhil Unnikrishnan on Jun 06, 2013
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7 Awesome Social Tools You NEED To Use

A roundup of the 7 most useful social media tools you should definitely try out, in no particular order.

Social Media Management Software for Business | Sprout Social

Sprout Social is a social media management tool created to help businesses find new customers & grow their social media presence. Try it for free.




Buffer is an super useful scheduling service. You can queue up your tweets, updates and posts in advance to be sent out at optimal times during the day. This ensures you do not spam your followers or friends.


Hootsuite is a social media dashboard, allowing you to manage multiple social accounts from a single interface. It has a variety of features that is liked by all of it's users. Try it out today!




No list would be complete without this tool, the one that we used to create the list! Listly makes creating lists easier, social and fun! Lists can be shared, voted on and even embedded in blogs, like this one.


SocialBro is a one stop shop for you Twitter account management. It has SO many features, nobody exactly knows what they are! Nevertheless, the impressive tools in SocialBro will definitely make you a die-hard fan of it.


Tweetchat is the default tool used by anyone and everyone participating in Twitter tweetchats. These tweetchats revolve around a particular hashtag and allows you to follow those streams easily.
Also, if you've ever been to a tweetchat before, please vote for your favorite one here: (Another Listly list)




What can we say about IFTTT? It's a really cool tool. SO cool, we carry out day-to-day activities in event-driven styles! IFTTT lets you connect two different services together, in a super-controllable way.
RELATED: 10 IFTTT Recipes To Blow Your Mind Away




Twylah creates Twitter brand pages for brands and individuals. It takes a look at your Twitter stream and categorizes them. Your tweets are divided into 20 such categories. This lets viewers see what you tweet about the most. Think of Twylah as a sort of tag-cloud of your tweets.
Another unique feature is the Power Tweet, which increases engagement with your content by around 400%.
See my Twylah page to get a taste of it: