I have become a Twitter-holic and it took me a while to digest the benefits of being on Twitter. I have met so many nice people and made friends and you might even be reading this because you met me on Twitter! If you haven’t connected with me, you can find me by KIntheHouse. Heck, I even added the TwitterCounter badge in the blog header to show off the number of people listening to my tweets.
Twitter can be used for so many things. Some useful and some just fun. How would you like to track your spending with Twitter?
TweetWhatYouSpend.com lets you do just that. It lets you tweet your spending from your mobile as you are shopping and spending money throughout the day. This way you don’t have to save receipts that don’t need to be saved like the one for your Latte or the change you spent on a magazine etc. You can still track those little spending habits.
All the tweets you send to twys gets entered into a Cash Journal at TweetWhatYouSpend.com website. You can create categories and drag 7 drop entries into different categories. You cam also set daily spending limits.
Here is the table of complete syntax guide to using TweetWhatyouSpend:
As you can see in the table, you can even categorize your spending as you tweet by adding a < Business.You can later export your Cash Journal as a spreadsheet and import it into your favorite financial tool that you have. Now, you can track your cash expenses too.
We all have different ways of keeping track of our expenses. TweetWhatyouSend will appeal to those who are on Twitter a lot including from their mobile phone. How do you keep track of your cash spendings?