Find Time with Two Time-Saving Internet Tools

Find Time to Connect from Anywhere!Finding time to keep in touch on-line is becoming a big piece of the time management puzzle for many of us.

If you’re a blogger, an internet entrepreneur, or someone who likes to keep in touch with family and friends using platforms like Facebook and Twitter, social networking is now something that is built into your daily schedule.

It takes time to build relationships and maintain a presence in those media.  And finding time, as we all know, is not always easy.

Internet Tools for Finding Time

For that reason, I’m excited to share with you two time-saving Twitter and Facebook tools that our more technological friends have developed!  They are easy to use and, yes, they really do save time. I’ve found that they enable me to stay connected, while also freeing me up to do other things.

Ping.fm

Ping.fm is, as they describe it, “a simple service that makes updating your social networks a snap.”  You simply sign up at the Ping.fm site, and then set up your account to update whatever social networking platforms you use.  This tool supports more than 30 social networking sites, including twitter, facebook, Linkedin, Plurk, del.icio.us, friendfeed, myspace, friendster, and many more.  You can also post to it via your mobile phone, your Mac or PC, instant messaging and e-mail applications.  It is a very flexible and convenient tool for staying connected.

TweetLater

TweetLater is the second tool that I want to share with you this morning.  This fantastic and flexible tool enables you to do several things:

  • You can schedule your Tweets so that you are able to be present on Twitter, even if you are someplace else!
  • Tweet Later will send automatic thank you’s (that you customize) to people who follow you.
  • You can ask Tweet Later to track keywords that you specify. Then have it send you reports at time intervals that you also specify.  This is an excellent way to keep track of subject areas of particular interest to you.

Both of these time-saving tools are free and are evolving as we speak.  They are constantly adding options and functionalities.

I encourage you to look into both of these great products.  Are there other tools you know of that you’d like to share with us?  What do you think?

Drop me a line – I’d love to hear from you!

And there’s more…

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Let’s explore time together …

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