TweetFind.com Adds Foursquare, Klout Score, Suggested Follow and Twitter Lists integration to its Twitter Directory
August 30, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsAugust 30, 2010 – Santa Barbara, CA: Finding professionals and interesting people on Twitter - one of the fastest growing services on the Internet – is now easier than ever using the newly updated Tweetfind.
Completely redesigned from the ground up, the new Tweetfind.com now features a sleek new Web 2.0 feel, with a host of new features including Twitter Lists Search, Suggested Follow, Klout Score and Foursquare integration.
"Twitter has become extremely popular over the last year, and is a great way for professionals and businesses to reach customers," said Ruben Orozco, founder of Tweetfind. "With a host of new features such as Twitter Lists Search, the new Tweetfind is now an even better place for businesses and experts to be listed and found," said Orozco.
Twitter is rapidly becoming the first source of information for many Internet users, especially when searching for experts and for looking for local recommendations. Tweetfind has been redesigned to enable any visitor to quickly find exactly what and whom they are looking for, whether it is on a global or local level.
Visitors to Tweetfind are able to browse though thirty five categories, including Business, Entertainment, Technology, Sports, Celebrities on Twitter and News. Additionally, Tweetfind allows users to view category specific Twitter Lists as well.
From any page on the site, visitors can perform a keyword search to find experts and interesting "tweets" from thousands of Twitter Lists and Twitter users and live tweets. Also, for every Twitter profile and Twitter List, Tweetfind offers a new Suggested Follow box, which also helps visitors find new and exciting Twitter content. Also visitors can see the Klout.com score – a "social influence" benchmark – on select profiles.
The new Tweetfind also integrates popular geolocation service Foursquare into profile results with its new Around Me feature. When a visitor clicks on Around Me, Tweetfind uses the last known location of the Twitter user (if available) to display recent Foursquare "check-ins" near that user as well as Nearby Live Tweets. This integration alone really makes Tweetfind unique.
Anyone can list their Twitter username on Tweetfind for free so that both other Twitter users and people new to the micro-blogging service to find them. Additionally, visitors to Tweetfind can browse the Top 100 Twitter users, the Top Twitter Lists and the Top Twitter Trends, making Tweetfind a one-stop-shop for everything Twitter!