Tweb Sites

By: , On Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

twebThe following is a list of Twitter oriented websites which provide services to enhance the Twitter experience.

  • Twellow is a Twitter directory, and in my opinion it’s one of the best, if not the best Twitter directory on the web. Users can add them selves to up to three different categories, and Twellow actually searches the content of user profiles allowing you to search all users or with in different categories, making it the best Twitter directory I’ve encountered thus far.
  • Twitpic seems to have become the de facto standard for sharing images on Twitter. With support built into various Twitter clients that allow you to view Twitpics within the client window.
  • Twitter Karma is a site which allows you to see who’s following you, who you’re following, and which of your followers are mutual. Upon viewing your three categories of relationships with other Twitter users you can decided which users you want to follow, unfollow, or block.
  • What the Trend is a site with blurbs from users explaining why cretin topics are trending.
  • Who the Tweet gives you an automated synopsis of what the given user name tweets about. I had a little trouble with it the first time around ( it said I didn’t exist) but after resubmitting my search it gave what I though to be a fairly accurate list of topics that I tweet about.
  • Twitterholic is a site which ranks Twitter users by number of followers, and lets you view rankings site wide or by location.
  • TwitChuck and TwitBlock are two very similar services which rate user accounts for levels of sparseness, they look for signs of automation, how often a person tweets, interaction with other users, and other factors.
  • Twitvid is a site for sharing videos on Twitter.
  • TwitterVision is a world map that displays pop up tweets in from the Twitter public time line in real time.

Popular Sites With Twitter Features

  • MySpace recently launched a Twitter syncing feature which gives you the option to send your status updates as tweets, get your tweets as status updates, or completely synchronize the two.
  • FaceBook has a Twitter app that lets you send messages to Twitter.
  • Google Reader has a button that lets you share feeds on Twitter and other sites.
  • Delicious also added a feature which allows you to tweet your bookmarks as you save them to the site.
  • Flickr has a feature called Flickr2Twitter which allows you to send photos to Twitter via the Flickr web site or email / mobile device.

One Response to “Tweb Sites”

  1. Michelle Beckham Says:

    Great list of Twitter assists. There are several that I use faithfully like Twitpic, Twitter Karma and Twellow, but you have quite a few that I haven’t come across. Can’t wait to check them out!
    .-= Michelle Beckham´s last blog ..Snow Fall Builds Virtual Community =-.

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