If you are not one of those Gen Y’s who incessantly follows the Twilight saga, there is a good chance you are also one of those people who doesn’t monitor twitter on any frequent basis . Fear not, Twilert is here to help bring order to your Twitter chaos.
Twilert is a service that bundles tweets, and delivers them to your email inbox in a neat, easy to read list.
As a product manager, I have been using Twilert for the last few days and have found it incredibly useful. It’s amazing how much people share on twitter, and how little of the information gets reported to the folks who make strategic product decisions. It’s been very interesting (and humbling) reviewing the Twilert emails, if even for a minute only per day.
So, be a hero, check out Twilert, and drop some Twitter knowledge next time someone talks about “keeping a pulse on the customer”.
Tips and Tricks:
- Use the Twitter Operators to dial in on your search. I especially like using the “to:<mycompany>” operator.
- Worried about SPAM? Not a problem, Twilert has the easiest opt out feature I have ever seen.