SMBTweet.com automatically follows Twitter users based on geography or it follows the followers of a given Twitter account. If you have a location-specific Twitter account (restaurants, for example), you can find people to follow within your geographic area of operations. If you have a topical interest-based Twitter account, you can follow the followers of a Twitter account that shares similar interests (fans of a particular football team, for example). The one sure-fire way of gaining Twitter followers is by following other people to get their attention but that is a laborious task. SMBTweet.com frees up your time to Tweet great content to entice those people to follow you.
Topo.ly lets you easily build maps from an Excel spreadsheet.
Stypi is a real-time collaborative text editor.
Posterous Events – Launched with their iPhone app earlier this year at SXSW, the events feature is location-aware and allows for group sharing of event content at one Posterous Events page, a nice tool to crowdsource and consolidate event content.
Bing Heat Map Creator let’s you import data and overlay it onto a Bing map to create wonderful heat maps!
Photorank.me is the Klout-like influence-ranking site for photo-sharers.
Penultimate – A very cool handwriting app for the iPad. It’s making me re-learn how to write.
Twitter for Newsrooms is a one-stop shop for reporters looking to make the most out of Twitter on the job.
Kurrently is a quick and dirty real-time search engine for Twitter and Facebook.
Sparked is a microvolunteering network that connects volunteers with nonprofits that need design, branding, and copywriting help.
Tweet Topic Explorer gives you a visualization of a given Twitter account’s most recent tweets. You can see, at a glance, the topics a Twitter user tweets.
The LinkedIn Connection Timeline plays back your LinkedIn connections through the course of your career. It’s pretty cool. Take it out for a spin.
Google Advisor, a one-stop-shop for consumers looking for mortgages, credit cards, checking and savings accounts, and certificates of deposit.
Feedly presents your feeds from Google Reader in an easy-to-read magazine-like format.
Google’s Page Speed tool tells you how fast your web page downloads (or how slow); Google favors sites that download faster over those that take longer.
Facebook Business Page Migration Tool lets you transform a personal Facebook account into an actual Facebook Page.
Open Site Explorer tells you what sites link to a given web page.
Facebook Studio is a site devoted to helping brands create great Facebook pages through collaboration, examples and learning.
Goolge Content Removal Form – Wanna get libelous content removed from Google’s index? Use this form, pursuant to a court order.