Seesmic, TweetDeck or PeopleBrowsr: Which One’s Right for You?


My travel plans (visiting family in Indianapolis) have eaten into my blogging schedule as of late.  I’d hoped by now to offer a post comparing Seesmic, TweetDeck and PeopleBrowsr.

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The great thing though about the net is there’s bound to be someone else to pick up your slack.  Enter Michael Hyatt and John Haydon.

Michael recently published a post comparing all three.  I have to say that in my recent use of these tools I’ve come to the same conclusions.  I never thought I’d find a UI I’d like better than TweetDeck, but after using Seesmic these past few weeks, I’m having no desire to go back to TweetDeck.

Like Michael, I am simply overwhelmed by PeopleBrowsr.  I created an account several months ago and never jumped in all the way.  They’ve made some decent changes since then, but after playing with it some more, I find it’s just too much for me.  Seesmic, though, seems to be the best of both worlds.

If you’d like a simple, straight-forward compasion of all three, just visit Michael’s post, “How to Better Manage Your Twitter Followers.”  And, if you’re new to Seesmic and want to learn more (especially if you’re a visual learner like me), then check out John’s Viddler page.  He spent the weekend working on three new, simple to understand, Seesmic vids.  You can also view all three below if you prefer.

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