We’re launching this week and new Social Media tool to help businesses run promotions on Twitter. HashAwards allows any company to create and manage their own awards. Ever thought about creating your own ShortyAwards, Mashable Awards, the Oscars?
HashAwards uses Twitter to get nominations for your Awards. The top X nominees go to the second phase of the promotion where users can vote.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
We have brought back the Twtvite Widgets! To embed your event info onto your website: Log in -> Go to your event page -> Click on the Tools drop-down menu at the top -> Choose Widgets & API
Then choose what you’d like to show in your Widget -> Get the code -> Paste it where you’d like it to display on your website!
Did you know that you can now embed OneKontest onto your Website? Simply create the code from our Widget tab: Contest Page > Tools > Widgets & API
Then choose what you want to include in your widget. Et voila!
We have made a couple of small changes to the layout of your events @ Twtvite.
First: We have the most important information about your event front and center: When + Where. We have also added the ability for you to add your logo to the header of your groups or events.
Second: We created an Event #hashtag page where you can follow who’s talking about your event in real-time. To get to it, simply click on the #hashtag in your event page or go to: Tools > Live Feed (if you’re logged in across the top of your event page)
Hope you enjoy those small changes!
We just added a new type of online coupons to our platform. Besides Percentage Coupons, where you offer a % off the next purchase and Money Coupons, where you offer a $ amount off, we now let you offer a Free Product Coupons with the purchase of another product.
TwtQpon is fully integrated with Twitter and guarantees that your coupons will be shared on Twitter by making it a requirement to tweet in order to claim the coupons. Coupons can be used online or in-store, it depends on how you set it up.
Can you guess the two times they’ve used OneKontest based on their number of followers over time? :)
Twitter bot accounts can be very annoying: auto-replies, auto-RTs, etc. But we have been using Twitter to send useful information to people using Twtvite. Meet our bot-team:
@TwtAlert - Sends quick reminders about an event you’ve RSVP’ed: one week and one day before the event.
@atgm Friendly Reminder. Best Tweetup at Best Burger is TOMORROW! twtvite.com/besttweetupmct— Twtvite Reminders (@twtviteAlert) April 9, 2012
@TwtviteBot - Sends quick daily updates to event organisers about how many new RSVPs their event got in the past 24 hours.
@MatthewsYard Yay! You have 26 new RSVPs. Check it out @ twtvite.com/mylaunch210420…— Twtvite Bot (@twtvitebot) April 9, 2012
@TwtviteSurvey - Twtvite automatically creates a TwtSurvey and sends it to all of your attendees 10 hours after the event.
@isagold Kindly requested. Feedback about #ChristiePawty twtpoll.com/u2iwqv— Twtvite Survey (@twtviteSurvey) April 9, 2012
Support from hell…
Why do people think that they can make millions $$ with somebody else’s startup and that the people working on it are a bunch of morons who don’t know what they’re doing?
We noticed today that we were approaching the 10,000 followers mark, so we tweet’ed it out.
We’re 3 followers away from 10,000 #yay (don’t unfollow us. Tell somebody to follow us)— Twtpoll (@twtpoll) April 3, 2012
A few minutes later somebody pointed out that she was our 10,000th follower. And we couldn’t let that moment go unnoticed…
We’re up to 10K followers! RT @CarysMeredith: @twtpoll I think may be 10,000?!— Twtpoll (@twtpoll) April 3, 2012
So we gave @CarysMeredith an unlimited access to Twtpoll. Welcome to the family :)