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How To Tweet More Than 140 Characters with Dave Winer's Little Pork Chop

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Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




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HJJP's curator insight, March 23, 2016 10:16 AM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# ;


More info: 

http://scripting.com/2014/06/07/littlePorkChop042.html http://scripting.com/2014/06/06/theEasiestWayToTweetAStorm.html ;




Deborah Fillman's curator insight, January 2, 6:18 AM



Little Pork Chop is a supersimple web app which allows you to post to Twitter longer messages than the typical 140 characters, by intelligently splitting your communication into multiple, numbered tweets.


To use it, you simply go the Little Porkchop page, type in or paste your message without worrying about length, and, instantly, the app previews for you how it would split into multiple tweets. You make your adjustments and you are set to tweet. 

A couple of nice additional touches include:

1) all of the following tweets after the first one in a sequence, are sent as replies to the first, so that the whole set can be read as a single thread,


2) the option to send tweets in reverse chronological order so that they will show up in the Twitter stream in the order you wrote them. 



Very useful. Easy. Immediate. 9/10


Little Pork Chop is the work of love of Dave Winer.
 

Free to use.


Try it out now: http://little.porkchop.io/# 


More info: 




joeshosting.nl's comment, April 8, 3:58 AM
finally a solution for the 140 barrier
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The Indispensable SEO Toolkit by Kristy Hines | KISSmetrics

The Indispensable SEO Toolkit by Kristy Hines | KISSmetrics | Internet Marketing Strategy 2.0 | Scoop.it

In this article by Kristi Hines, you can find six indispensable free and freemium SEO tools for keyword research, on-site optimization, link building, suggestions, and monitoring keyword rankings.

 

Here in summary the tools presented and a brief description about them.

 

1. AdWords Keyword Tool for Keyword Research:

All SEO campaigns should begin with keyword research. Google AdWords Keyword Tool is your best bet for a free keyword research tool.

 

2. SEO Book for a Keyword Research & On-Site Analysis:

With a free account, you have access to the tools as a keyword density analyzer, a page comparison tool to find keywords, an ad group generator for AdWords, and others.

 

3. SEO Site Tools for On-Site Analysis & Suggestions:

If you are using Google Chrome, then the SEO Site Tools is a must have extension for your browser. You can see the PageRank of any page you are browsing immediately in your extensions’ toolbar and you can get the rest of the information by clicking on the magnifying glass.

 

4. Open Site Explorer for Competitor Backlink Research:

A great way to find link opportunities for your website’s link building campaign is to research the backlinks of competitor websites. SEOmoz’s Open Site Explorer allows you to enter a domain and view that domain’s backlinks.

 

5. SEMrush for Paid Search & Keyword Ranking Analysis:

If you are working on paid search, then you might be curious about keywords competitors are ranking for organically and the CPC for those keywords. SEMRush will answer those questions.

 

6. Authority Labs for Monitoring SEO Campaign Results:

What is the point of a good SEO campaign if you are not monitoring the results? Authority Labs is a great tool for keeping tabs on your keyword rankings by simply entering your domain and the keywords you want to track.

 

Get in depth info for each one and how to best leverage its capabilities by reading the 

full article here: http://j.mp/Ax1Pv2


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Social Sharing Tools That Integrate FB, Twitter, LinkedIN and Google+

Social Sharing Tools That Integrate FB, Twitter, LinkedIN and Google+ | Internet Marketing Strategy 2.0 | Scoop.it

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn can be found in the majority of social media management apps. It is with Google+ that things get a little bit more complicated: very few social media tools support it due to some technical challenges.

 

However, most social media managers would prefer a solution that would allow them posting to all social networks in one place, Google+ including.

 

In this post, you’ll find reference to all tools that are to date integrated with Google+.


We’ll bring small business editions to a special focus and review social tools that (1) support Google+ and (2) the ones you can use for free or under $10 a month.


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If you are looking for tools that allow you to easily share any news, image or video on all of your social media channels, including Google+, this is a useful and updated resource to reference.

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Josie's comment, May 3, 2013 8:00 AM
Thank You Martin. Yes, Hootsuite and other similar sites truly lower the barriers of entry into biz. Very Good strategy I may add.
Josie's comment, May 3, 2013 8:00 AM
Thank You Martin. Yes, Hootsuite and other similar sites truly lower the barriers of entry into biz. Very Good strategy I may add.