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What Is Twitter? [VIDEO]

What Is Twitter? [VIDEO]

Thanks to Mashable’s sleuthing skills, you can check out a video of Twitter explaining Twitter.

In another effort to attract new users, Twitter has rolled out a test account, @TwitterGuide, which “follow[s] new users and help[s] them make their Twitter experience as easy and valuable as possible.”

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Thoughts About Second Screen Viewing At NYC Television Week

Thoughts About Second Screen Viewing At NYC Television Week

At last week’s NYC Television Week, MediaBistroTV caught up with two media executives and one Hollywood showrunner and asked them whether the “second screen” factors into their programming decisions.

Their thoughts were divergent, especially with regard to Twitter’s impact on TV viewership.

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The AVbyte Brothers Present ‘Twitter The Musical’

The AVbyte Brothers Present 'Twitter The Musical'

Here’s a great way to spend the next 2 minutes and 42 seconds of your life: watch The AVbyte Brothers’ latest satirical creation, ‘Twitter The Musical.’

It’s every Twitter stereotype in musical form.

The mini-musical is complete with tap dancing, Arab Spring references, and rhymes between “literally” and “twittering.”

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How Videos Go Viral On Twitter [VIDEO]

There’s no scientific formula for predicting whether or not something will go viral on the Internet.

But a monolithic social network like Twitter certainly has the massive data pool from which to at least glean insights into the path to virality.

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Twitter And Vizify Launch #FollowMe Video Tool

Twitter has once again teamed up with Vizify, launching #FollowMe, a video tool that enables users to instantly create an animated portrait of their Twitter profile.

Each shareable movie depicts that user’s top tweets, photos and followers, set to a soundtrack pulled from a 1-million-song-strong catalogue provided by partner Rumblefish.

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Introducing Twitter Amplify, An In-Stream, Real-Time Video Product

During an Internet Week presentation, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo introduced Twitter Amplify, a new video content promotion tool that capitalizes on existent Twitter video partnerships with brands like the NBA, ESPN, and Fox.

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Twitter Adds Ability To Embed Vines On Any Website

Twitter just released a great new way to use Vines for your business – the ability to embed them on your website.

And if you’re wondering why you should bother, you obviously didn’t catch our post on what a six-second video can do for your business (go read that first, we’ll wait.)
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Just Tweet It [VIDEO]

Comedy music video troupe The Pantless Knights created a tech-tastic video spoof of Michael Jackson’s iconic pop tune Beat It.

It’s called – naturally – “Tweet It.”

Check it out, below.

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How To Create The Perfect Vine

Have you tested your video production skills yet using Twitter’s Vine?

With Vine just over a month old, users are really starting to hit their stride in creating these 6-second video loops.

If you’re interested in perfecting your Vine skills, or getting the 4-1-1 on why and how to use it, keep reading.

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Telly (Formerly Twitvid) Is Hoping To Give Vine A Run For Its Money

Back in December 2011, video sharing service Twitvid underwent a major refresh in hopes of carving out a space for itself as a social video network.

Then, 7 months ago, Twitvid completely rebranded itself, becoming Telly and relaunching its site to make social video discovery even easier. In addition to the videos uploaded by Twitvid’s users, visitors have had access to content from sites like YouTube, Vimeo, CNN, and ESPN.

Now with Vine’s storming of the social video space, Telly’s amping things up even more.

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