I create my new Twitter for the convenient if everyone would like to grab some newest useful tips ( especially for make money online and for my friends of the YouSayToo community ) directly ,don't need to reading on my blogger blog post.
Follow my short guide on Twitter for get new useful tips .
There are so many great applications integrating with Twitter and i would like to share and take a look more about them on using ,read my next post. ( update weekly).
At First ,I clipped from Twitter blog and from other source on updating this post.
Twitter Your Signature
Use Twitsig.com: "Many forums, Blogs, and other web services allow you to have images as part of your signature. twitsig.com allows you to display your current twitter status as an image."
Twitter Labels: apps.
Click this link and GO ! Twitsig.
Twitter Through Skitch
We love Skitch. We really love Skitch! Of course it's a fantastic application: beautiful and easy to use. We open it on a regular basis to highlight and pass anything from UI Mockups to Bug reports around Twitter HQ.
Of course it's only natural we were thrilled to hear they've integrated Twitter support! Read more about Twitter integration in Skitch and using Skitch to Twitter an image.
Twitter Labels: apps, skitch, twitter
Check out DearLazy.com, "When you have a question and are convinced that someone out there has already done the research and knows the answer you turn to asking the LazyWeb for advice." Ben has noticed that lots of folks already use Twitter as an easy way to ask the LazyWeb so he created a new service that improves upon that use case.
Dearlazyweb is a personal tool which works over Twitter for querying the LazyWeb. It takes any message you send it and allows every Twitter user a chance to answer. Check out the help page for more information about how it works. To get the most out of Dear LazyWeb you need to have a Twitter account and must follow dearlazyweb.
Twitter Labels: apps
Hooray for (Virtual) Gifts!
OMG this is fun: Virtual gifts over Twitter: "Tweetgift is a simple way to show a little appreciation to a friend. all you need is a twitter account. Just reply to tweetgift and use our syntax to send gifts to your friends. Every gift starts with @tweetgift, then a friend's username, and the gift with an optional message."
example: @tweetgift @biz trophy for a job well done.
Twitter Labels: apps
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