You may be asking yourself, what the heck are these wacky words? XeeMe? XWeek? Twylah? Are these even real words?
Yup, these are real words! Two of these words are the names of two social media tools and the other word is the name of a social media event. If you are involved in social media marketing, you may be interested to know a lot more about all three of these wacky words.
XeeMe is my favorite social media presence tool. It is used to organize and promote all of your social media presence links. You can see all the reasons I love XeeMe here at XeeMe-A Great Social Media Presence Tool I think everyone in social media should have a XeeMe.
Twylah is my new favorite twitter platform. It takes all of your existing tweets and puts them into a format that is SEO friendly, social media friendly, and so very eye-catching. To see all the things I really love about Twylah, check out my last post New Features Make Twylah A Social Media Must-Have Tool
XWeek is a an event where the leaders and power-networkers of XeeMe focus on a learning about and promoting a specific emerging social media tool. XWeek takes place every other week to help social media marketers make the most out of social media, and to stay at the forefront of emerging social media technology. You really should take advantage of XWeek. It is free and awesome and you get to know great social media networkers and the CEOs of some really slick social media tools.
My personal experience with this week’s XWeek was awesome. I was able to meet and speak with Eric and Kelly both. They are both really great people. I was able to truly understand Twylah and to have my eyes opened about what an amazing tool it is. The social media addict part of me loves it for its social value, while my SEO side is totally geeked out about the possibilites to marry twitter socialness with search engine optimization.
I want to close out this Twylah focused Xweek by urging everyone in social media to get a XeeMe and their Twylah. XeeMe’s are easy to obtain and take a little bit of time to setup. Twylah is a bit tougher to get but is an absolute zero effort breeze to set up. I am pretty confident that if you say request your Twylah invite and let Kelly or Eric know via Twitter that you heard about Twylah from XWeek, you will receive your invite right away.
To show you the values of XeeMe and Twylah – I am closing out this article with links on behalf some of the XWeek supporters. Connect with them through their XeeMe. You can see their Klout, their Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and other profiles on their XeeMe. Get to know what they talk about via their Twylah. Maybe they are interested in the same things you are and you can make another great social media connection.
But before I close, I want to let you know that the next few XWeeks are already scheduled and planned.
Please sign up for these social media services (Qwikr.mr, Connect.me, and Favo.rs) and become familiar with them. Join us for the related Xweek and speak directly with the owners and power users of these platforms and explore any questions you have or learn about best practices.
And now, to close, some XWeek supporters and their XeeMe/Twlah links. If you have a XeeMe or a Twylah link, please feel free to add your links below in the comment sections. **If you put your comment in the COMLUV comment section, you can use keywords after your name in the name box and receive a link to your latest blog post.**
DON’T FORGET TO PUT YOUR OWN LINKS IN THE COMLUV SECTION!