Retweeting is the new bookmarking. Digg is dead. Java for retweeting needs to be allowed on hubpages or we will be left behind.
No it doesn't. You can retweet from your own client...
I agree, No scripts. Java causes all sorts of issues and is a major security issue. hubpages will never allow java on hubs. Hope this helps
How do you retweet? From the bottom of the page? That is a tweet but it is not a retweet. Retweeting is a specific application.
But I am saying that this application could be placed on all hubpages by staff. This is a specific application that will replace digg. This will replace lots of bookmarks because it is relevant, not supplemental.
It is very easy to retweet manually. Simply go to the hub you want to tweet and copy the url. Next, log into twitter and then paste the url into your status there.
Hi Sweetiepie. But the point is that tweetmeme is a new application that will replace digg. This is HUGE. This will revolutionize viral marketing. Twitter will be king of viral. Retweeting is different than just tweeting because tweetmeme records each tweet like digg records diggs. This is big, big Sweetiepie.
I just put up a hub on it with links to the services that will make this go.
If you use TweetDeck you can retweet...if you use HootSuite you can retweet...if you type in RT and what you want to retweet you can...
I realize that. I have Tweetdeck. But, this is still different. Tweetmeme counts the tweets like Digg counts Diggs. This is revolutionary. This is the biggie, the big kahuna of viral marketing. Unless other Twitter applications are allowed for Digg, and other bookmarks, they will become much less relevant than this application of bookmarking through tweetmeme.
But Tweetmeme is the hub of all this. BGpapa said that you cannot shout anymore on Digg. He says Digg could be dead.
LOL You were pushing so hard it made sense only if you are affiliated
Come on, we are getting yet another revolutionary twitter application every week or so, cool down a bit
It may be the next revolution, may be not, we'll see in a due time
I'm so excited, I just can't hide it. Ah, was that a song or something? Pointer sisters?
I have looked at a lot of twitter applications but this seems to be the elephant in the room. We will see. I can "Digg" it. Lol. I wonder if Digg allows digging it. Or will they "Digg" their grave.
Also if you hear a sucking sound it is all the hubbers going to my hubpage about Tweetmeme and leaving to go to the site. I had to hang onto a branch outside my house so I wouldn't be blown away. It was terrifying.
They should be back soon though
Thanks everyone who stopped by my hub today. I was, frankly, quite surprised.
And don't call me Shirley. Hmmmm.
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