BubbleTweet – Add A Video Message To Your Twitter Page
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Here is yet another engaging and entertaining Twitter tool. Bubble Tweet allows you to add a pop-up video message to your Twitter page in seconds. You will have to have a camera already attached to your computer for this to work as this site does not allow user uploaded videos.
Why would you want to use BubbleTweet? I think it would be useful if you wanted to deliver a welcoming message or some important or time sensitive message with a personal message from you when Twitterers land on your page. They can then pause, reply or close the introduction video that you have created. After watching the video, your visitors will be redirected back to the original Twitter profile page. There is also a stat counter which lets you know how many views your video received.
I wouldn’t abuse this, as it seems like it could become annoying after a while, but for time sensitive announcements it may well be a good thing.
Want to see an example? Click here to see Kevin Sherman’s BubbleTweet. He is the creator of the service.
Let me know what you think!
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