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Why (mostly) killing TweetDeck isn’t such a bad thing

I'm going to start off with a disclaimer; I've never particularly liked TweetDeck. I find its interface clunky, and as someone who works in social media, it doesn't quite have the suite of tools that other products like Hootsuite offer. However, it is one of the most popular Twitter clients out there, and the news of it now being discontinued on mobile, to live on as a Web and Chrome app, has been met with widespread dismay. But Twitter (mostly) killing TweetDeck is a good thing, and here's why.
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Business

In conversation with Mark Krieger, President & Co-founder of TweetRoost

You may call him defiant, or foolhardy, but in one week Mark Krieger will do something that would make most bank managers wince, he will launch his latest start-up. His new application, TweetRoost, is a multiuser-oriented Twitter client designed to help “individuals and groups efficiently monitor, assign, categorize, save and analyze tweets from one or multiple Twitter accounts”.
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Hootsuite wants to give you money, for recommendations

Hootsuite,the social media dashboard web app, is giving away money to users who recommend the service on their sites. Writing today, Hootsuite HQ says that paid users of the HootSuite Affiliate Program, typically corporate users, will be able to receive ‘commission’ when they recommend new users to the company’s premium service.