Twitter’s “collaborators” as a valuable tool for sports blogs

Twitter’s “collaborators” as a valuable tool for sports blogs

Twitter really starts pushing out new features and services.Some people seem to be cool (list), although others may be irritated (a new re-tweet function), but looking at trying to expand their offering is nonetheless interesting .Twitter directly refers to them, especially focusing on the attractiveness of companies and their new “contributors”.From Twitter’s blog, could be an excellent tool for sports journalists and sports bloggers, a little background on service:

The function we use as a beta test is called “collaborators”. This allows users to have more authentic conversations with the company by allowing those organizations to manage multiple contributors to their account.Features make the most personal business to consumer communication, add user name of contributed subtitle tweets. E.Gram.
The service should answer a lot of questions for the user as it should be in my blog / business and like my Twitter name like this “?”” Do I have a personal account and blog account?”And,” Who will follow players, themselves and my blog?”
Well, how does he apply to sportswriters and sportsbloggers?It is too frequent to see a Twitter feed that is only updated when a new message is posted.I will see you, Deadspin.Many authors of blogs can do on Twitter, but I have not found it yet, I am the only one I’ve heard about what they are saying in terms of sports.I know who is behind Twitter’s “collaborators” update, but also they are associated with a blog while letting the reader be able to choose whether they want to receive all or all of that person Allow these authors to update the flow of accounts Latest information on specific topics.
The same concept applies to newspapers acting much the same way as Deadspin, which often spits out all stories, but does not do much more than what is already an RSS feed.A “collaborator” is a journalist updated and can interact with fans instead of publications.
I realize that it can have a very similar function with lists or journals, or that you can easily have a list of all the staff, but in contrast to creating, they are my best tweets In order to keep track of the account consisting of, a new row for all updates on Tweetdeck will be much more likely.
The feature is currently in beta (it can not be used by anyone), probably it costs money (probably the price of the company account), but I urge all media – whether or not to consider using blogs and newspapers – Please give me.


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