Four Reasons Why I <3 Twittley

by Klaus on November 16, 2009

in Twitter

twittley_logoTwittley is a Digg-like Twitter community where users can “vote” on articles by tweeting them. The more tweets doesn’t necessarily mean a post will be made popular. It depends on the weight of those voting (tweeting) them.

On the frontpage of Twittley you will find their Popular section, showing what articles are popular right now. It contains 15 links and of course you can flick through the pages and see what else is popular that might not have reached the frontpage (yet).

Here are 4 reasons why I’m [hearting] Twittley right now……





What I’m trying to say, is, out of 15 links on the Twittley Popular frontpage, 4 of them leads to TechPatio. That’s not bad. And as you can see, it doesn’t take a lot of tweets either. It all depends on the weight of each tweet (vote) which is based on the Twittley proprietary karma based system.

I’ve grown quite fond of Twittley and use it much more than Digg and even StumbleUpon, at the moment. At least once daily I check the Twittley Popular as well as the Twittley Upcoming to see what might be of interest to me and of course I tweet the that stories I like, in order to contribute to the community.

If you’re a blogger/webmaster, do yourself a favor and check out Twittley and put the Twittley button on your website.

Don’t forget to leave a comment below and let the world know what you think of Twittley or tell us why you’re not yet using Twittley (either as a blogger/webmaster or simply as a Twitter user looking for great content!).


{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Dennis Edell November 17, 2009 at 00:01

Another cool heads up to save for when I start tweeting again, thanks. 🙂
.-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..I Want You To Review Me. Part 1 =-.

Extreme John November 17, 2009 at 02:57

Speaking of the Twittley button, I know a little suntin suntin about it, better yet I just used it to RT this 🙂
.-= Extreme John´s last blog ..WP Plugin Best Posts Summary Goes Nuts =-.

Klaus @ TechPatio November 17, 2009 at 10:24

What’s that, you know a little suntin suntin about it that I don’t even know? 😀

Thanks for the RT though 🙂

chandan November 17, 2009 at 07:57

Hi Klaus, I am using this feature. When I made one new post I submit the link on twittley, but I do not put the twittley widget on my blog. I think It can help us for get backlink from twittley also.
.-= chandan´s last blog ..What can you expect by doing work from home? =-.

Klaus @ TechPatio November 17, 2009 at 10:25

Hi Chandan – why would you submit it to Twittley without having the button on your blog? Then nobody else can easily retweet it and you will never get your post up high on Twittley if it doesn’t get any votes 🙂

Also, you’re not getting backlinks from Twittley. They are all “nofollow”, so search engine wise, you’re getting nothing.

chandan November 18, 2009 at 06:07

Oh I see, I have put the twittley button on some of my post, but I can not embedded the twittley button on my every post.
.-= chandan´s last blog ..What can you expect by doing work from home? =-.

Ana November 19, 2009 at 03:02

Sounds like a useful tool to make best use of your content, and promote it further.

Klaus @ TechPatio November 19, 2009 at 23:08

It certainly is. Have you considered adding the WordPress plugin to your blog? It would make it easy for users to retweet your posts and it stands out a bit more than the “sociable”-sharing bar you’re currently using (both can be used at the same time, though).
.-= Klaus @ TechPatio´s last blog ..Apple Makes More Money On Cellphones Than Nokia & I’m Giving Up On My iPhone! =-.

Ana November 19, 2009 at 23:44

Dear Klaus,
I have used a similiar Twitter plugin in the past, though it was not Twittley itself. I’ll see what happens.
Thanks. You are a very good influencer in sharing the things you love. 🙂
.-= Ana´s last blog ..Human Reminder =-.

Klaus @ TechPatio November 20, 2009 at 00:04

The great thing about Twittley is that it’s easier to get on the frontpage (“Popular”) page than with services such as Tweetmeme. As mentioned, with Twittley, it just requries some good tweeters – where as with other services you would usually require *alot* of tweets.

Ana November 20, 2009 at 19:38

Dear Klaus,
Sounds like a great tool, especially if it is geared up in this way.
I’ll have a deeper look later, and thank you again. 🙂

gautam hans November 20, 2009 at 05:36

I liked the twittley but i have so many social sites to work on that i don’t have enough to do stuff here too. I know it is a good platform for bloggers
.-= gautam hans´s last blog ..Google Wave Invites Giveaway =-.


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