Twitter released a new application video sharing for quick video sharing, Twitter on Thursday officially launched this mobile service called “Vine”, Vine lets users easily capture and share short looping videos with a few swipes of your finger on a smartphone. “Vine” was a purchase rather than something homegrown, and sits mostly on its own. Twitter acquired Vine lat last year.
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Everyone, from movie stars to the average person is on Twitter, sharing their thoughts and ideas with the world. For average users, just going to Twitter.com and typing their tweet might be enough to get the job done, but for some users this will simply not sufficient. People who use Twitter all the time need a way to make Tweeting more efficient and effective, and that is why these Twitter apps are here.
Twentyfeet is kind of like Google Analytics for Twitter. It keeps track of all the important stats and lets users know when something important is happening. The app displays easy to read graphs and insights so users can keep track of their follower numbers and how they are changing over time.
Tweepi is an incredibly easy way to clean up the people an account is following. Instead of having to decide which accounts are not worth following the tool will tell you. It lets users know things like which accounts are not reciprocating by following back and which ones are inactive and not Tweeting much.
This tool simply lets you know the most effective times of day to Tweet. It looks over all the people a user follows and the users time line and analyses the best times to Tweet so they will have the most impact. For a business using Twitter for marketing this is incredibly valuable information, since a business wants their Tweets in front of as many eyes as possible.
Orchestra is a social To-Do app that connects you to each and every persons within your working area.It Specify task to the others and get updates from them in realtime.With the help of this app you can co-ordinate your daily routine.Either you are in home or outside you can divide your job and think of what the each perticular is doing.
This app is an online productivity tool that allows users to handle all their to-do list online and share them to their family members,colleagues and their friends.You can use Orchestra at your work to keep arrange all the team members in the same page,even you can organise a trip or make programme of a wedding with the help of this useful app.
For using all the services of this useful application it requires for the users to sign-up for a free account.After registration users are able to create and handle their important task with a unique user friendly dashboard.
Orchestra has very great feature of synchronization with web.It is very fast and simple application to use even for non-technical users.It is a user friendly service and totally free of cost.
Professional network Linkedin has announced company status updates. Administrators of company pages can post short updates just like individual users can. This provides companies with a way to engage followers and start conversations from within the public LinkedIn stream.Now companies can also share 500-character messages, links and media with followers as well.
LinkedIn users will now begin seeing company status updates in their homepage news feed. As it stands right now, nearly half of LinkedIn member follow over 2 million Company pages on the network. That’s likely going to be a lot of sharing.Previously, users following a company would see personnel changes, new job openings and company profile updates.
Those companies with an assigned administrator will be able to share content to followers and on the Overview tab.LinkedIn users are able to comment, like, and share status updates presenting a powerful way to build engagement.LinkedIn’s new Company Status Updates field as very similar to Facebook business page updates.
Now, LinkedIn users who ‘follow’ certain companies will be able to receive more information such as breaking company news, employee moves, job opportunities, or updates on products and services (including multimedia content) directly from those companies.
If you want to share your BizzBizz pages with social networking sites such as Twitter,Facebook,MySpace etc. then place the share box inside your page.
Steps to Share your page:-
1.Suppose this is your BizzBizz page and you want to share your “Home” page with social networking sites then go to right hand corner of the page and click on “Manage your page”.
2.After clicking,you can see different modules such as Media Box,Share,You Tube,Scroller and Show fans in this page.Just Drag the Share icon and Drop into the area below all the modules.After drag and drop click on the “Save Layout”.
3.After doing Save layout click on the “Edit page content”,you will see this type of page.
4.Click on Share Settings and this box will appear in front of you.You can write your Share Title and Module Title here.
5.After click on “Save setting” go to right hand corner of the page and click “View page” ,then final page will look like this.
Today the social network Twitter has launched a blog dedicated to all-things Twitter in the UK.
Twitter has been making way into the UK and Europe over the past six months, with its first Europe-based employee announced back in May, and UK-specific promoted trends, tweets and accounts .
“From chefs to designers, from museums to the Downing Street Cat, there are more than 100 million people around the world using Twitter to follow their interests and instantly share ideas and information. To kick off our UK blog, we want to highlight a few of our favourites here at home.”
It will be tying in Twitter with key events, and demonstrating how it can be used to follow people from across different disciplines. This is all part of Twitter’s drive to open up the microblog and make it relevant to everyone.
“All of the UK police forces are on Twitter, including @metpoliceUK in London, @GMpolice in Manchester, @HantsPolice in Hampshire and @WMpolice in the West Midlands.”
We’ll start to see a big push from Twitter in the coming months, as it attempts to open up to more users, and it’s compiling lists that focus on different interest areas, much in the same way as it has done on its main Twitter blog.
Google has added the ability to ignore specific user accounts and strengthened its option to block accounts on its new social network Google+, the company announced in a note Friday.
From the launch of the service Google offered the means to block users totally. However, the problem with this is that it completely cut them off; they could not see what you were doing, and you could not see anything about them. If you don’t completely hate the person, but just don’t want to see what they post all the time, there is a way to do that now.
This improved blocking option will no doubt provide Google+ members with a better overall experience.
Wichrowska explained in a video demonstration that using the ignore option means you’ll see less of what a particular person is sharing, while allowing them to continue to interact with your own Google+ activity. Posts from ignored accounts won’t be displayed in your incoming stream. You also won’t be notified when they interact with your posts and you won’t see ignored people on your Circles page.
The option to ignore and block an account is available on multiple places throughout Google+ (comments, activity stream, profiles and on the notification tool bar). Google+ doesn’t notify users when they’ve been ignored or blocked, which is similar to Facebook’s functionality.
Letting Google+ members anonymously block and ignore accounts makes sense — especially since the company is planning to launch a business version of the social network in the coming months that will no doubt flood the space with marketers and unapologetic self-promoters.