Generate Fresh and New Blogging Idea through TweetDeck.
For those who are familiar in Twitter especially if you are frequent Twitter user, you must have heard about TweetDeck.
For those who are not, TweetDeck is a Twitter application for desktop and ipod touch/iphone. This application is well-built software which has considerable number of users.
This is because the features that have been well integrated into the software. Besides the normal Twitter site features, among features that can be regarded as handy and user friendly are TweetDeck has the capability of allowing us to manage multiple Twitter account at the same time, function that let us to search keywords and will give us list of real-time tweet that has one particular keyword, has the ability of letting us to updates our Facebook status and has the short url integration – function that let us to shorten your normal site address.
The feature that I would like to highlight is the function that let us to search keywords and will give us list of real-time tweet that has one particular keyword.
Through this feature, it can be the another source that can help you to generate new idea for your WordPress blog’s latest articles based on the latest issues and news which are within your WordPress topic’s communities.
It is my daily routine to use this function in helping me to generate new and fresh idea through the conversation and problems that are been ‘tweet’ed by the people of the same interest or focus.
For example, I usually will search for ‘WordPress’ keywords. Through this process, I will get every tweets that have the ‘WordPress’ keyword. The tweet that I will get that only confine among the persons that I follow. Instead, I will get every tweets of all people around the world. I will have the chance of knowing what are their problems or the latest issues that are related to WordPress.
This process will not only help WordPress blogger to harvest new and fresh idea that can be put into my latest WordPress blog’s article, it will also help me to create articles that are focused on the possible WordPress blog readers’ needs.
Another advantage of this process is we as WordPress blogger, at the same time can create a huge community for our WordPress blog. We can help those who having problems (which we know from their tweet) through the TweetDeck, by replying to their tweet and offer our help to them.
This process will increase our exposure and publicity as a WordPress blogger with knowledge – not otherwise which will lead them to follow us and be our WordPress blog’s loyal follower.
Give this process a shot in helping you to be a more concerned and readers’ centric WordPress blogger. It will definitely give you the results that you have not achieved before.
Leave your opinions and experience in using this process and how it affects you and your WordPress log at the comment section below. I am eager to know how does it helps you.