Doing comments first on Twitter with Twickie

OK, so, what is the tool I was using earlier in the evening to get lots of responses from my Twitter followers and copy and paste them into my blog? Chris Pirillo’s Twickie.

How does it work?

I ask a question on Twitter.

People respond.

I log into Twickie. It lets me see the tweets I’ve posted. I click on a down arrow to see all responses.

I copy the HTML out of Twickie and I paste it into my blog editor’s HTML mode.

Real easy. Free. And demonstrates how you can use a crowd to do research.

Earlier tonight Chris told me it lets him write blog posts “backward.” See in the old world we’d write our opinions, then you’d comment. In Pirillo’s world you comment first, then he writes his blog post.

It’s a weird world and it’s Friday night, so I went with it and was amazed at the responses I got in just a few short minutes.

Thank you for participating. I’ll try other questions soon, I don’t want to overdo it.

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  2. Thanks for the tip on this tool. I use Tweetdeck as I can organize and group other tweeters and it turns what is often chaos into order. It provides a separate column for ‘replies’, so I can see answers to questions. (This ain’t an ad for tweetdeck!) I’ll give Twickie a try as it seems to be comparable.

    Anything that can organize tweets to support a workflow will be great for me!

  3. Thanks for the tip on this tool. I use Tweetdeck as I can organize and group other tweeters and it turns what is often chaos into order. It provides a separate column for ‘replies’, so I can see answers to questions. (This ain’t an ad for tweetdeck!) I’ll give Twickie a try as it seems to be comparable.

    Anything that can organize tweets to support a workflow will be great for me!

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    Tweetybirds – obsessive Twitter posters who “tweet” every mundane detail and thought in their lives.

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