Tired of Twitter Noise? Try Proxlet

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Twitter has become a gigantic roaring river of noise.  The more people you follow and who follow you, the louder the roar.  There are Foursquare posts, #ff posts that are no more than a string of @usernames. (This makes me sad, #follow recommendations should be personal, but that’s another post for another day).   Then you have the “pushers”, people who just post tweets no one reads.

If you’re tired of all of this noise, Proxlet is a smart tool that can help ease part of your frustration.  Proxlet can eliminate all Foursquare posts.  (Too bad Proxlet developers can’t see me jumping up and down for joy!)  I’m so happy you’re mayor, but I don’t care to read it in my Twitter stream.

Proxlet allows you to get back to what social media is all about, being social, interactive, and providing service.  Twitter should be a part of your social media strategy and tweeting your mayor-ship doesn’t apply unless you are trying to get Wendy’s as a client.  If you want to gain followers, don’t trick them, don’t spam them, just be kind and helpful.

Below is a quick video how you can add Proxlet to your Twitter account.

Now~ if they would only create an app for Facebook! 🙂

If you try Proxlet I’d like your opinion.  Do you find it useful?

8 Replies to “Tired of Twitter Noise? Try Proxlet”

  1. Knikkolette,

    Nice find. I am going to try it. Like you, I am tired of the Twitter noise. I will let you know how I find it in use. Thanks for the handy video, too. 🙂

    Fondly,
    Dorien.

    1. Thanks for commenting Dorien. I appreciate your opinion and would like to know what you think. 🙂

    1. LOL! Dwayne – I’m not saying eliminate all Foursquare posts everywhere, but you have to admit, some people do go overboard. I don’t understand why they need to tell everyone why they’re checking in every location. I’ve used Foursquare and checked in and almost never post it on any platforms. 🙂

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