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By Lee Odden

Right along with Facebook, YouTube and blogging, Twitter is one of the most often written about social media communication tools. (Follow me @leeodden)

We've run polls about how people use Twitter as well as aggregated tips from the Twitter community on how to get the most productivity out of it. This post shares a few new Twitter tools you may find useful.

TweetWheel - You may have a 100 or even 1000 followers. Which of your followers know each other? Tweet Wheel helps you find out visually. Note, if you have a LOT of followers, this will take a while.

Lee Odden Twitter Wheel

The account I searched on has around 1,400 followers and it looks like Tweet Wheel limits the display to 100 or so. There's only so much room on the screen.

Who Should i Follow? - Whether you're new on Twitter or an early adopter, there are likely people you should be following, but aren't. Which begs the question, "Who should I follow?". That's where the tool, comes in. :) It looks at who's following you that you're not following back and has sliders for filtering by popularity and physical location.

Twitter Tool Who Should I Follow

One thing you could do here is find out really popular Twitterers that your competition is NOT following and follow them. This may provide an opportunity to connect with their sphere of influence while they're not looking. :)

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About the Author:
Lee Odden is President and Founder of TopRank Online Marketing, specializing in organic SEO, blog marketing and online public relations. He's been cited as a search marketing expert by publications including U.S. News & World Report and The Economist and has implemented successful search marketing programs with top BtoB companies of all sizes. Odden shares his marketing expertise at Online Marketing Blog offering daily news, interviews and best practices.
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