TweetDeck Is Nice But Hootsuite Is Crushin’ It

I use TweetDeck for my social media management as I like the interface better than Hootsuite.

However, I’ve got to hand it to Hootsuite, they offer MUCH MORE integrated services than does TweetDeck.

Here’s Hootsuite’s latest announcement, below.

I must give a shout out to for their awesome platform as well, which I use for sending posts to social media as well.

Here’s the new integrations Hootsuite users enjoy!

Explore the Web

  • reddit (Install in HootSuite now): The reddit app for HootSuite allows users to stream the hottest content from reddit, including the Subreddits they subscribe to, share content with their social networks and more. The self-proclaimed ‘front page of the internet,’ reddit is an online community that displays news and content based on personal preference and what the community votes up as interesting.
  • StumbleUpon (Install in HootSuite now): The StumbleUpon app for HootSuite allows users to discover new content by filtering for sites, topics, users and channels, view StumbleUpon pages in stream, and share StumbleUpon content to their social networks. StumbleUpon is an easy way to discover new and interesting content from across the Web.

Curate and Publish Information

  • (Install in HootSuite now): The app for HootSuite allows users to find more relevant and quality content that can be shared seamlessly to their social networks in HootSuite, curate content from Twitter and Facebook streams to and more. provides easy content curation for users, allowing them to take online content and create engaging web magazines.
  • Nexalogy (Install in HootSuite now): The Nexalogy app for HootSuite allows users to view interest maps to see ideas and connections in their social graph, view details on top concepts and hashtags on Twitter, and see top links related to their account or search term. Nexalogy helps users navigate the torrents of information online to find the streams of conversation relevant to them.

4 thoughts on “TweetDeck Is Nice But Hootsuite Is Crushin’ It

  1. Grant Wickes

    Ramon, TweetDeck was my favorite “social media dashboard” until Twitter bought them a while ago. Its gone downhill since then! Like you, I found TweetDeck’s interface very nice (and better imo than HootSuite). But, I have since switched completely to HootSuite as TweetDeck went to a web broswer version (over the Air version). Once they did that, I looked more seriously at HootSuite and liked it. HootSuite coninues to innovate and deliver great new stuff. And the mobile version of HootSuite (at least on my iOS devices) is great!


    Thanks for this post, Ramon. I’ve been so frustrated doing a workaround with Tweetdeck ever since it’s upgraded to a worst system. I am trying to consolidate my social networks for thanks so much for mentioning these apps that can integrate. Gonna give Hootesuite a try.


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