TweetDeck

5.0

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TweetDeck was founded in 2008 and is currently headquartered out of United Kingdom. In 2011, they were acquired by Twitter and now they are just a web-based tool for Twitter. Up until 2013, they also supported Facebook, but then removed then completely from their interface. To login to TweetDeck, you have to use your Twitter credentials – meaning Twitter and TweetDeck are no longer necessarily a separate service.

TweetDeck can be used either as a Chrome app, a web app, or desktop app. However, they do not have any type of mobile app for iOS or Android - not counting the original Twitter app. 

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The Good

  • Free services
  • Experience

With TweetDeck, you can monitor multiple timelines, schedule future tweets, use keyboard shortcuts, block certain followers, mute specific terms, set alerts for emerging information, real time data monitoring and management, create customized filters based on personalized criteria, build and export timeliness, and more all from you dashboard. These services are all included in your TweetDeck membership for free.

TweetDeck has more experience in the social media tool industry than most of their competitors. They were founded in 2008, so they have been in business for around 7 years.

The Bad

  • Twitter support only
  • No printable analytics and reports
  • No image storing or editing options

TweetDeck only supports Twitter. It does not manage any other social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Youtube, and any others.

They do not provide printable analytics and reports. However, you can view your personal statistics on their website; but they do not do reports that can be exported or translated into an Excel or CSV file. These statistics also cannot be made into PowerPoint presentations.

They do not provide any time of image storage or image editing options.

The Bottom Line

We recommend TweetDeck to Twitter users as a great Twitter managing tool. It's free and provides plenty of quality statistics about your personal and/or professional account. There is no reason not to recommend this free service to Twitter users. However, they do not provide any type of social media management tools for any other social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google Plus, and any others. If you are looking for a social media tool to help manage all of your social media profiles, we suggest looking at our top recommended companies.

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    October 30th, 2017 Centerville, UT

    TweetDeck is one of the most useful tools you can use if you're running twitter accounts. The ability to optimize all of your accounts to help benefit one account is amazing. The only thing I wish they had was the option to select all instead of doing all of them one by one.

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