HootSuite joins the HTML5 bandwagon

Posted by Jeffery Simpson

If it seems as if we're covering every update to Vancouver produced Twitter client HootSuite, it's because we are.  The fact is that each recent update of HootSuite has warranted coverage, as the boys and girls in the Owl-Cave have been working to add a host of new features to each and every revision.  Released overnight the latest version of HootSuite, called HootSuite5, ads in support for HTML5 which allows for a number of new goodies that include:

  • geo-location tweet searching
  • new themes
  • new Facebook features
  • choice between new and old style re-tweets
  • connection to Google Analytics
  • drag and drop editing

While HootSuite is not for the casual Twitter user, it remains the best professional level social media tool available on the internet.  If you are managing a brand online and not using HootSuite to run that brand's associated Twitter account you might as well be going into work drunk.

If you can't tell I kind of think HootSuite is the bees' knees.

HootSuite Media, Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

HootSuite is a social relationship platform for businesses and organizations to collaboratively execute social media strategies across multiple social networks from one secure, web-based dashboard. Launch marketing campaigns, identify and grow audience, and distribute targeted messages using HootSuite’s unique social media dashboard. Streamline team workflow with scheduling and assignment tools and reach audiences... more

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Jeffery Simpson

Jeffery Simpson

Jeffery Simpson is a Vancouver based freelance writer who has written on such subjects as:    iPads Kindles digital comics Ogopogos speed dating Twitter dating Internet dating dating in university not dating in university the Kelowna Rockets Western Hockey League Team Second Life podcasting blogging dating in Second Life dating Ogopogos not dating Ogopogos social media... more

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