Productivity: Twitter tools, acquisition and earning potential
Last time I wrote something about Twitter tools and helpful applications in general.
I also mentioned that I am not using Twitter with the greatest enthusiasm, not like before - because of the ongoing acquisition. I dislike the idea of Twitter being acquired and controlled by a sole entity, their plans for the platform were vague, and an attitude to digital art and working people, in general, was displayed in a shameful and disrespectful way.
But, the same I dislike Twitter's current CEO, PP and I don't think they are doing a good job there, I don't trust them and I pretty much find the entire blueprint of their website policy to be dishonest, destructive, and abusive.
Earning potential on Twitter for the digital content maker could be great, but it is not reflected that way and is nowhere close to the Hive.
The worth of the Twitter stock also was variable, but it again doesn't reflect the real worth of the platform and user accounts.
The big majority of their investors are misled.
That is my personal opinion about that matter.
I used a list of apps and extensions for a while and these are my conclusions and short review about them.
I have it still in my browser but don't use it all that much. It is interesting from the point that we can choose a different image that the main one when sharing a link.
This tool can only be used once, after that you have to pay a monthly subscription which is not practical.
A very useful tool, it can be used many times and I am very satisfied with it. Gives accurate results.
Very good app for detecting blog authors and their Twitter accounts. Helpful while crediting work.
Very useful in following group members or community members, as it can skip ones you already followed.
An extremely helpful tool that can turn your Twitter uploaded images' description into a full blog post.
So far the best analytics tool for my followers, everything is visible in one place even with the limited free version.
How Twitter decides to proceed will determine my interest in that platform.
I am a content maker and I always look to up my work in many different ways.
If a platform doesn't contribute to my satisfaction, there is not much reason for me to stay.