BrightKit makes using multiple Twitter accounts easy

As Twitter explodes in popularity, many people and companies are maintaining more than one account on the microblogging service.

BrightKit, launched on November 28 by Vancouver-based Invoke Media, makes doing this easy.

During its first week, more than 1,000 people signed up for the Web application, which allows users to manage multiple feeds, post tweets at scheduled times, and track the popularity of their links—without logging in and out of Twitter.

Ryan Holmes, president of Invoke, told the Straight that BrightKit is adding features on an almost-daily basis.

After the beta period, it'll stay free for personal use, though corporate users may have to shell out.