How to manage multiple Twitter profiles? Try BrightKit

BrightKit allows Twitter users to manage multiple Twitter profiles, schedule tweets and send them at a later time and analyze or measure the success of their Twitter campaigns (referring to those Twitterers who use Twitter to market and promote their businesses).

BrightKit says that users can check their stats and analytics right from their respective BrightKit dashboards but I found nothing so far in my dashboard. All I have for the time being is a ‘Coming Soon’ notice in my Stats link. :-P

Well, there’s no harm in trying out BrightKit if you’re interested in managing your multiple Twitter profiles. Might as well mention that BrightKit is still in Beta, meaning that Beta users will enjoy free accounts (only their first accounts) and they can add additional Twitter profiles for free too. BrightKit has plans to charge new users once they’re out of Beta.

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