Many people think that Twitter only serves to text up 140 Characters. Fewer people know that links can be added. And even fewer people know that Tweets can incorporate photography or video.
Well, I don't see it.! No, it's not like other Facebook-type networks where you see the photo on-site. El tweet enlaza la foto. Y hay múltiples formas de “subir” una foto a Twitter; la lástima es que se necesita una aplicación distinta de Twitter para hacerlo, As Twitpic, Hootsuite, Tumblr Or Tweetdeck.
In fact, las noticias más importantes de estos últimos 5 años se han narrado en Twitter y se han “visualizado” on Twitter.
Here are some examples of incorporating tweets picture or video:
- Presentando en ESiC Valencia el curso de Oratoria y Teatralidad https://yfrog.com/h2l92jyj
- Ésta es la forma que encontré de darle las gracias a la ciudad https://tinyurl.com/adeubarcelona
La lo véis, Twitter se puede convertir en un testigo de nuestro día a día con la incorporación de mensajes, Links, imágenes o vídeos.
Related posts: In the series "LateralTwits" we have already talked about Twitter as a means of communication, Twitter as a platform for dialogue, Twitter as a means of information ,Twitter as a means of contact, Twitter as a public forum, Twitter as a means of reporting,Twitter as an open social network, Twitter as a social SMS, Twitter as a personal brand tool, Twitter as a work tool, Twitter as a public opinion thermometer, Twitter as a platform for real-time interviews and debates, Twitter as a livelihood , Twitter as a large public or private database (Twitter lists), Twitter as a stimulus to creativity, Twitter as a public agenda (politics and Twitter), Twitter as a fanpage, Twitter as a personal page, Twitter as a business promotion element, Twitter as a web symbol 2.0, Twitter as a teaser, Twitter como un libro abierto And Twitter as an error
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