Connect your Social Networks!
Connect Facebook, Myspace and Yahoo Profiles to your Twitgoo posts! Using the widget at the right, you can safely log into those big social networks, and connect your Twitgoo account to your account there. When you then post via the website, email, or an app like Tweetie, your Twitgoo post will be linked on the other networks too!
Take a peek at the most popular posts on Twitgoo by changing the pulldown on the top of the timeline. You can sort tweets by most recent or most viewed goo posted within the last day, two days, week or month. You can also sort an individual user’s posts the same way!
With all of the great camera phones out there, you want a simple way to upload to Twitgoo and send a message. When you’re logged in, visit your Settings page, and set up your Mobile settings. Here, you can add the email addresses and phone number that you will use to upload. Any one of these entries must be the ‘from’ address you use to send to us.
When you send a message, your subject line will show as your tweet, and the photo you attach will be uploaded and included. Text in the body of the email is not included.
If you wish to turn off the Upload Success email, uncheck the box at the bottom and click Save. We know texts can be expensive, so this is a way to save!
(US and Canada phone numbers work for sure - International, we’re not absolutely sure how it gets formatted. If you have problems or can give us info, please let us know).
An Introduction to Twitgoo
Twitgoo is a great way to post pictures to Twitter! Similar to other Twitter photo sites, we take your photo, store it, generate a short URL for it, and post it to your status.
Twitgoo imports your Twitter theme information and makes your pictures fit in with your Twitter web posts seamlessly. We have some advanced features like per-picture view counting, uploads via email or MMS, and parallel posting—not just to Twitter but to Myspace, Facebook and Yahoo Profiles—made possible by Gigya Socialize. You can also share to a bunch of other locations using the Share widget in the right sidebar of any image page.
Twitgoo is built on the Photobucket and Tinypic backend which gives us incredible reliability and capacity for sharing your media. We never store passwords (we never even see them!), and OAuth Twitter logins keep your credentials secure. You will almost always be able to share your photos from wherever you are!
Our API is open to any developer who wants to use it, and great Twitter clients like Twitteriffic, Tweetie and DestroyTwitter are already using it. Photo editors like Picnik and the iPhone TiltShiftGen are using it for sharing.