Three cool Tweetdeck strategies. Share yours!

Last week I asked a random group of professionals how were they using Tweetdeck and I came to the conclusion that the majority do not explore its potential.

I have made this quick video to share with all of you three new ways to use Tweetdeck wisely 🙂 Would love to hear your comments and hopefully you can share with us other your strategies as well! Looking forward to that…

The video below will show you:

  1. How to filter content from your followers’ column
  2. How to find out what’s most popular from your stream of tweets
  3. How to use Tweetdeck’s directory

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Fred

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Comments ( 13 )
  • Priscilla Deegan says:

    Great post. As a twitter newbie, thanks for the tips!

  • Fred says:

    You are welcome Priscilla!

  • Fred says:

    Comment posted by Frank Daly on LinkedIn:
    “Hi Fred,
    Good video, I'm going to reference it from my blog “

  • Fred says:

    Comment posted by Niall Harbison on LinkedIn:

    “Good vid Fred. Might seem simple to most but useful to many! “

  • Fred says:

    Comment posted by Roseanne Smith on Facebook:

    “Hey Fred,
    Great strategies for good use of Tweetdeck. I especially like your clever question and link filters and will definitely use them.
    I also like to use groups in my Tweetdeck – that way I never miss important Tweets from IIA members in particular! I also have saved searches although this can take a bit of tweaking and makes me wish Tweetdeck had a language filter 🙂
    Also I'm not sure if everyone knows this but you can see a tweet in your browser by clicking on it's timestamp & in the latest version of tweetdeck you can see a conversation by clicking “in reply to”.
    … Read more
    Nice work!
    Roseanne”

  • Una Coleman says:

    Thanks for TweetDeck strategies Fred. Like most of our daily used software tools, we under use and miss some of the rich features available.

    Would be great if you could continue to share your experience through this forum and video tool – say 3 tips a week for the next few weeks??

    Many thanks
    Una
    Una Coleman
    http://www.codegaconsulting.com
    t: @unacoleman

    Una

  • frankbradley says:

    Hi Fred,

    Great video and some really useful tips. As a user of Tweetdeck I certainly learned some stuff after watching this.

    One slight criticism, I shared this with some colleagues in work, and they complained that it was very difficult to make out the text on the screen, even when watching in HQ mode, and maximising the size of the video.

  • Fred says:

    Thanks Una. That's a good idea. We'll see how we're doing with time :s

  • Fred says:

    Thanks for your comments Frank. You're absolutely right. The problem is that I messed up and forgot to include “smart focus” to zoom into the key spots while presenting. That would have been much better. Promise to include it in the next one 🙂
    Best
    Fred

  • frankbradley says:

    what tool are you using to create these videos?

  • Channelship says:

    Hey Frank,
    We use several tools: Windows Movie Maker, avs4you.com software or Camtasia Studio.
    For this video I used Camtasia for the screen recording part and WMM to produce the video.
    Best
    Fred

  • frankbradley says:

    what tool are you using to create these videos?

  • Channelship says:

    Hey Frank,
    We use several tools: Windows Movie Maker, avs4you.com software or Camtasia Studio.
    For this video I used Camtasia for the screen recording part and WMM to produce the video.
    Best
    Fred

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