Daily auto post 01/24/2012
Posted: January 24, 2012 Filed under: Uncategorized
10 Ways to Archive Your Tweets
We reviewed SweetCron
back nearly a year ago when it first launched. Essentially, this self-hosted lifestreaming application lets you create your own customizable version of a FriendFeed-like service, but one that’s hosted on your own server. The software is installed on a server with PHP and MySQL running on it and then must be configured with the social media sites you want to aggregate. Of course, one of the sites you can pull in is Twitter.
works the same way and includes a number of themes to choose from. This service can also generate XML files which can be used to backup all your social streams’ data, too. Recently, Amplifeeder launched their hosted version of the service (get started here
), but unfortunately, it relies on FriendFeed to import your lifestream. And who knows how long that will be around.
is a third option for creating a lifestream at your own custom URL. However, it’s doesn’t just function as an aggregator – it also lets you post your own, unique content too. (Our review
RSS guru Dave Winer released a tool
earlier this year which archives Twitter posts using the OPML Editor and optionally synchronizes with a structure on Amazon S3
. Alternately, there’s this simple Python script
for archiving tweets. Sourceforge also hosts an app
with lets you backup up tweets of different users as XML, HTML, PDF, or TXT. However, it can only perform backups of 3200 tweets at a time. Each subsequent backup will append the additional tweets to the current existing archive.
Curation Platforms | Comparison tables – SocialCompare
Handy list for looking at different content curation tools / platforms that you may want to use
Think Insights with Google
Google realtime insights tool to help your marketing strategy & research. Watch the video to get some ideas of what you can do – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhM51MTLubQ&feature=player_embedded#!
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