Thursday, 30 April 2009


Twitterfeed saves over 400,000 publishers many hours by auto feeding their posts (over 750K daily) directly to Twitter and Facebook.
Twitterfeed also provides real time stats to publishers to help them track activity on their posts.

Twitterfeed is jointly funded by TAG and Betaworks and operates out of London and New York.

Sunday, 26 April 2009 is a sophisticated URL shortener. It uses a cookie to remember the last 15 links you've shortened and displays that history on the home page when you visit. It allows you to set up a custom URL ending for your link. It automatically creates 3 thumbnails for every page you save a link to. also tracks clickthrough numbers and referrers so you can see what kind of traffic your shortcut got and from where. There's a simple API for adding functionality to any other web app and all the data, including traffic data and thumbnails, is easily accessible by XML feeds.

The sidebar makes it simple to post links of the webpage being viewed to Twitter, Facebook

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