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I'm looking to know if anyone has recommendations on a social media client that can handle multiple accounts. I'd like to find something that allows me to keep track of two Twitter accounts, a Facebook one, maybe Tumblr and others, without having to install an application for each or visit each website independently.

I'd be most interested on something that runs on a computer, but I'm open to alternatives as well. Do you know of something that'd fit the bill?


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Modern-day Trillian, you say? I did some looking around but didn't find anything that didn't look like a malware plague ship. Let us know if you have better luck.


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Trillian still works, but since he's mentioned, and as a majority too, things that are used for posting, as websites, rather then things that are used for sending messages, having a "multi-client" for things that aren't even clients or messengers in the first place doesn't make sense.

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You could also publish your articles on Instagram or on other social networks. It's just that there are fewer chances to get the attention of other people. You can shorten your articles or divide them into a couple of parts and once a week post a photo. Under it, the information you want to convey. For example, when I started my blog, I chose a journalistic topic and posted interesting news every week. At first, my audience consisted of a hundred people. Still, when I bought subscribers at famoid.com, then my audience has become several times larger. The main thing is to post interesting stories.