Early this year, someone realized there was a need for an easy way to share videos on Twitter. TweeTube was born. Not only does it provide you with a simple way to share videos on Twitter, but it also gives you the ability to see if people are actually clicking your video link and allows commenting right on the site.
You already have an account on TweeTube. Just log in with your Twitter username and password. If you’re familiar with TwitPic, the interface for TweeTube will seem very familiar. There is a public timeline where you can see recently shared videos as well as popular videos.
To share a video, you can search for it and use the Share button. There is also a nifty bookmarklet that you can drag to your bookmark bar. Click it when you see a video you want to share, add a description, and hit share this video. Doesn’t get much simpler than that.
If you look at My Shared Videos, you’ll see all the videos you have shared along with how many clicks each video has received. This is how you can tell if anyone is actually watching your videos.
Another featured I like is the ability to add comments right on the video. When someone leaves a comment, you recieve it as a reply. This allows conversation to build around your videos, but also continues to promote your video as the discussion builds.Category: Getting Things Done, web 2.0 | Tags: tweetube, twitter, YouTube