Posted on 09 September 2011 by wisdom
There is great news for Twitter fans in India, Popular micro-blogging site Twitter set to launch there services in Hindi soon.
After social networking site Facebook who already offers its services in Hindi and five other Indian languages – Tamil, Malayalam, Punjabi, Telugu and Bengali.Twitter forwards their steps for Indian traffic.
Twitter has around 200 million registered usersThe micro-blogging site allows users to send messages, with a maximum of 140 characters.
“After launching Hindi, Filipino, Malay and Simplified and Traditional Chinese in the coming weeks, Twitter will support 17 different languages,” according to a company blog.
Posted on 16 August 2010 by wisdom
Tata Indicom has introduced new ‘Call-n-Tweet’ service for Twitter users to post updates quickly.Now user not required to work on keys they only tweet with voice for this you have sign up by using your Twitter account details and get started. This new Call-n-Tweet service is available to all subscribers of Tata teleservices and Tata Teleservices Maharashtra via Tata Indicom.
How i Activate ‘Call-n-tweet’ service?
For activation of ‘Call-n-tweet’ service first sign-up on website callntweet.com,then call regional Call-n-Tweet number, and hang up to post it in your time line. So once you have signed up at callntweet.com, you need to call 50007 from your mobile handset, speak and hang up to post your Voice Tweet. one good thing is that your updates won’t be limited to 140 characters,To listen to other users’ tweets, you’ll have to visit callntweet.com.
Tata Indicom subscribers will be charged Rs. 0.80 per Voice Tweet.
Posted on 02 August 2010 by wisdom
This time twitter The micro blogging site launch new facility to its
users Now searching the people of similar Interest become easy, As we
all know their are hundred million users on Twitter,And finding of
some with same interest are not easy in this folk,So this time twitter
get attention in this side and then they provide suggestion option by
which you can get a suggestion list of same interest people that also
have similar likes as you.
The suggestions are based on several factors, including people you
follow and the people they follow. You’ll see these suggestions on
Twitter.com and the Find People section. If you like a suggestion,
click “follow”; if you don’t, click “hide,” and we’ll try not to
suggest that user again.YH9XCCVCV9JA
so find people with those who have hobby like you…
Posted on 28 May 2010 by wisdom
After Delhi police now its turn to Indian postal department to join Micro blogging site twitter now Indian postal department become first government department from the country who join such social networking site on internet through this Indian postal Department give information to there user and solve their queries.
The Indian post is available on India Post@PostOfficeIndia, Right now it has 1,164 followers and has already resolved a number of complaints and queries.
The postal department receives Several comments on there service the According to Secretary, Posts, Radhika Doraiswamy is not deterred by the negative tweets. She said, “We want the negative comments. We started this page as a marketing tool for our international product, but each negative comment is an opportunity to set things right.”
So this is Good step by any Govt. Indian Department in this globalization.hope some other department take part in this.
Posted on 14 April 2010 by wisdom
After Amir and Sharukh khan one more khan add there presence in Twitter a micro bloging site and this bollywood hunk Salman khan ,Yes Salman Khan has become the latest celebrity from B-town to join micro-blogging website Twitter actor joined Twitter on the advice of his brother Arbaaz Khan.
Says Arbaaz, “Salman has started tweeting in Hindi. But it doesn’t mean he will only use that language. We’ll just have to see which way he goes.”
After joining ‘The first message went out on Tuesday morning. Within half an hour he had 2,000 followers.”
You can join salman :twitter.com/BeingSalmanKhan
Posted on 16 March 2010 by wisdom
Twitter has announced its ‘@anywhere’ platform for websites,which allows site visitors to Tweet and follow from sites including Digg, Amazon and eBay.
Initially @anywhere will be implemented by sites including Amazon, AdAge, Bing, Citysearch, Digg, eBay, The Huffington Post, Meebo, MSNBC.com, The New York Times, Salesforce.com, Yahoo!, and YouTube.
So next time you doesn’t get required to migrate from your favorite site which already integrated twitter, so you could follow and tweet without having to go to Twitter itself.
thank to twitter
Posted on 03 September 2009 by wisdom
Meme its a micro blogging site of yahoo as you know(may be) but The site was has been available Portuguese and Spanish now this site available in English language also.You can go to the site and read what it says in English, but it’s not available for actual use at this point. You can give them your email address in the “I want in” field, and presumably you’ll be updated when it does become available for your use. WebProNews Blog Partner Daniel Threlfall recently described the service:
Meme users will find the main Meme page to exhibit many of Twitter’s standard features. Users create a name and can follow other users and gain followers, much like Twitter. They can also share photos, videos (currently only via YouTube), and music, in addition to sharing text updates (limited to 140 characters.).
A feature unique to Meme that many believe will enhance its popularity is the “repost” button, which appears next to every feed. Other users can click the repost button and the story will appear in their own feed (similar to Facebook’s friend feed in their most recent update), which is required for commenting on a story. Meme also contains a sidebar indicator that displays how many times a story has been reposted. The repost feature adds a dimension to networking potential that could be particularly useful in viral marketing.
you can feel all there feature at http://meme.yahoo.com/home/
Posted on 24 August 2009 by wisdom
Twitter had applied for a trademark claim for “Tweet”, the popular term for the 140 character updates that Twitter is famous for. And to everyone’s surprise, but the claim was rejected by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.the reasons for the rejection, the Patent Office felt that several existing applications already use the phrase “Tweet” for their various Twitter offerings – TweetDeck, TweetPhoto and the likes. If that was not all, some of these companies had already applied for such a trademark claim before Twitter itself did. Acting too late, Twitter?
As for Twitter, the co-founder Biz Stone had earlier made a blog post when they had first applied for the trademark claim. He said, “We have applied to trademark Tweet because it is clearly attached to Twitter from a brand perspective but we have no intention of ‘going after’ the wonderful applications and services that use the word in their name when associated with Twitter,”