You can download Tweetdeck for free here http://j.mp/1rmsYd0 Tweerdeck allows you to manage different Twitter accounts.
by Cale - 13 hours ago
I use BuzzBundle every day to engage with topic conversations based on my keywords. I can easily jump in and reply to any answers. It is great if you want to create a better online presence. You can always try out the 10 day free trial as well. I would highly recommend it to you if you are looking to create a better online presence and want to increase user engagement either on your website or blog.
by Alvin - 13 hours ago
I'm pretty sure a lot of people are going to start abusing this to create fake profiles which Google won't like. If you want a proper social management tool, there are several that will help you create thriving Facebook and Twitter communities: - Hootsuite - Tweetdeck - SocialMotus And so on.
by Amelie Cote - 13 hours ago
I suspect link assistant used buzz bundle to post this question. LOL ... i still plan to try the free download though... ;)
by KnowledgeForest - 13 hours ago
I haven't tried but I really do want to.
by Gabrielle - 13 hours ago
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