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Why Twitter is all about “ME”

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No one doubts the popularity of Twitter. The number of its satellites sites is just a good proof of this, accompanied by all high rankings of course, for instance, number 25 in Alexa global list. With massive self marketing of millions of its members, the site is featured everywhere:

Twitter jingle

Twitter jingle

One of the satellites, foller.me is striving to provide its users with the most interesting information on Twitter members and their communities, all in one place.

foller.me logo

foller.me logo

For instance, try http://foller.me/google

Then trademarked tweetmeme consolidates the hot stories.

tweetmeme

tweetmeme

Tweet.me was recent.ly bought at a land-rush leftovers auction for impressive $11,505 and many people are curious to learn what will come out of it. With a bit less curiosity, the same holds for tweetme.me. Tweetme.com will forward you to Jonathan360's profile.

Twitter itself has tighten its legal policies and is now starting to sue few guys, so that the site "twittersa.com" had to be shut down, temporarily at least.

With all this diversity and great marketing, one can only wonder why twitter.me of Christian Riley and twit.me of Lucas Bartholemy are not resolving anywhere.

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24 Responses to “Why Twitter is all about “ME””

  1. 1
    Josh:

    Follow.Me would be a perfect name, maybe following.me, but foller?..

  2. 2
    Israeli.Me:

    One can now even sumbit his or her praters via Twitter: http://haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1102104.html

  3. 3
    Lara:

    Techmeme.com is another good example of good concept, just wrong name. Why didn’t they go with something more catchy, say Techie.Me?

  4. 4
    Twittertje:

    http://tweetmeme.com also launches http://retwt.me.

  5. 5
    Marko:

    Hmmm, twt.me would be the best.

  6. 6
    Marko:

    Pictures for thoughts: http://blogof.francescomugnai.com/2009/08/33-wonderful-pictures-of-twitter-addiction/

  7. 7
    Marko:

    Yet another one: http://wefollow.com/

    Such an impressive variety of co-twit applications all over the web only proves that twitter as such is too of a simple service. It is loosing by not providing essential functionality.

    Have a look at Facebook – how many satellite site do you know? None that I found so far.

  8. 8
    Lara:

    Yet two findings of today:
    > http://re-tweet.me/
    > http://ch0p.me//30

  9. 9
    Tanya:

    Dump your Twitter, go for Plurk >>> http://www.plurk.com/myz4

  10. 10
    Marko:

    Don’t get it, people start writing PhD about Twitter: http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/dan-macsai/popwise/report-nine-scientifically-proven-ways-get-re-tweeted-twitter

  11. 11
    Marko:

    And now, it is all scientifically proven: http://mashable.com/2009/09/29/meformers/

  12. 12
    .ME of course « Is it Really About Me?:

    […] as our previous researched showed, Twitter is all about “me” […]

  13. 13
    .LY of course! » Brizzly:

    […] is a phenomenon indeed, which Europeans still do not fully understand. It gave birth do few dozens of start-ups. Probably few billion dollars were invested in all the […]

  14. 14
    Marko:

    TweetMeMe has some 34,263 followers on Twitter: http://twitter.com/tweetmeme

  15. 15
    Marko:

    Yet another .me twitter application http://tweetscribe.me/

  16. 16
    Marko:

    A good list of many other twitter-like sites: http://jeez.eu/2009/09/06/twitter-alternatives/

  17. 17
    Marko:

    And many applications: http://www.longest.com/2008/10/28/top-twitter-tools/

  18. 18
    Marko:

    Another good twitter services for managing your friend lists on a jingling .me domain:

    http://flocking.me/

  19. 19
    Marko:

    Even Michael Heilemann, the creator of wordpress famous Kubrick theme is talking in papers about “Kubrick and Me”: http://binarybonsai.com/2010/01/08/kubrick-and-me/ and then about “Me, My Gym and Nike+” http://binarybonsai.com/2010/01/05/me-my-gym-and-nike/

  20. 20
    Lashay Tuffin:

    Awesome blog post, thanks for keeping me busy!

  21. 21
    Marko:

    meme themes becoming popular: http://www.designmeme.com/

  22. 22
    Denise Fick:

    Wow, regards a bunch m8

  23. 23
    Larysa:

    A good reference on how to tweet: http://webworkerdaily.com/2010/04/07/tweeting-101-a-twitter-cheat-sheet/

  24. 24
    Marko:

    Another great service, this time .me based too:

    http://Who.Unfollowed.Me?

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