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MarketMe Suite: An Impressive, Multi-Column, Brand-Friendly Twitter Client

Multi-column Twitter clients are a social media enthusiast’s best friend, and one of the newest kids on the block is MarketMe Suite, a rising star when it comes to Twitter clients.

MarketMe Suite

I’ve actually had several people thank me for pointing it out. It’s multi-column, which allows your eyes to scan more information and more streams simultaneously, but it also has many other features that set it apart as more than a client. It has the potential of being an all-in-one solution for monitoring, responding (even assigning accounts to multiple team members across multiple machines), finding relevant people to follow, tracking topics, and following people back automatically.

One of its most amazing features is the ability to send branded tweets. All tweets are sent “via” some kind of client – maybe the web, maybe TweetDeck or Hootsuite – and with MarketMe Suite, your tweets are branded “via Your Application”, which is ultimately a link back to your website. All you have to do is follow a few steps to set up a Twitter application, and MarketMe Suite even guides you through it step-by-step.

Is it the best available? Not yet. I’m still sold on TweetDeck for Chrome (it’s better than the Adobe AIR version), but MarketMe Suite is climbing fast!

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  1. I used to be a tweetdeck fan, but not since I found hootsuite, which is a web app, but with, you can turn it into a desktop app (for mac) I’d like to see a side-by-side comparison between this and hootsuite

    • Herb, though I don’t have a side-by-side breakdown, I did recently write about 8 multi-column Twitter clients all in one spot. I think Hootsuite is a more mature platform at the moment. MarketMe’s real selling point is all the account management tools and the branded tweets while Hootsuite is probably still better at the moment when it comes to tracking streams.

      • Cool, I” check it out. I’m trying to get a handle on the branded tweets thing – is it just adding a web address to the tweet?

        • No, it’s actually the “via” link underneath the tweet. If you look at any tweet, even in a Twitter client, you’ll see that it was posted “via” Hootsuite, etc. You can set up an actual Twitter app for your website (takes a few clicks) and then plug it into MarketMe so that all tweets will be sent “via” Herb Halstead (or whatever you name your app) and that will be a link back to your app’s return url.

          So I’ve branded some of my tweets as being sent via Brandon A. Cox and that becomes a link back to, which means I’m creating backlinks all over the web.

  2. gotcha – that is a nice feature!

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