Tweetfind is shaping the world, one Twitter Account at a time
March 03, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsTweetFind, a new web site, negotiates the thick information jungles of Twitter, helping users find new, relevant Twitter users to follow.
"The Twitter phenomenon of real-time blogging has been reshaping the way we see the Internet and information dissemination," says Ruben Orozco of TweetFind. "But if tapping into the Twitter network seems to be a daunting task, TweetFind is your solution."
TweetFind (available online at http://www.TweetFind.com) serves as an intuitive interface into the world of Twitter. The web site allows users to easily browse directories of users classified by criteria like hobbies, professions or other fields.
Finding professionals on Twitter, in particular, is one of TweetFind's strongest suits. Many working professionals today, including the new President of the United States, have found Twitter feeds to be a practical way to update information about their activities.
TweetFind allows users of Twitter, a microblogging software, to network with individuals whose blogging may be relevant to their profession and / or interests. "For instance, a journalist could network with users involved in the industries that constitute their beat and thereby be informed when important events are underway, rather than being informed after the fact," says Orozco. "Having access to tips such as these has long been a dream of such professionals."
TweetFind also gives would-be Twitterers the chance to add their Twitter into the directory for free. "Whether for business or pleasure," Orozco says, "TweetFind is a great resource for people using Twitter."