We do not have trouble jumping into a discussion anytime of the day or night on Twitter. Yes, there is a character limit, but we seem to be able to have conversations without restraint. I was really excited when I heard the news about Twitter brand pages being released last week, and I literally scoured the internet to learn more about them.
While I was searching, I came across Twylah which is currently in beta. They professed to bring followers a more enriched experience in a less chaotic fashion than Twitter. I have a bit of a sixth sense when it comes to this type of thing, and my instincts did not fail me this time either.
|@SavingStories on Twylah|
I requested an invite, and after a short time Kelly Kim, Co-founder of Twylah, followed me on Twitter. After a couple of days I received an email notifying me that my Twylah page was ready. After only one click, I instantly fell in love with it. I have not seen any product provide so much clarity around who I am and what I find important.
My readers can engage the moment they land on the page, and I feel like my tweets will live on a little longer instead of falling into TweetDeck oblivion at the bottom of the screen. I am excited that I can share the page link across G+, and Facebook. Yes, I said it!
Why would I only hang out on one platform and leave out my friends in other places? That is akin to only visiting one set of relatives because I do not like the neighborhood where the others live. It is the relationships that are most important to me, not the media. Thank you, Twylah, for figuring out a way to climb the fences. Submit your request today!
Here is a great overview of the features of Twylah and how it can extend the life of your tweets and your reach: