Having a Twylah page helps you capitalize on what you say on Twitter so it can be found on searches.
This week we were able to sit down and chat with Kelly Kim, the co-founder of Twylah. Her husband, an entrepreneur, developed the idea one day and they have created the site together. Twylah has a very simple concept. They take the tweets that you are already creating, reformat them, and create a rich media website based on what you write. The site will generate trending topics based on what you write.
The site has many cool features. For example, you can select your top three topics and pin them to the top. You can also hide particular tweets if they have nothing to do with your brand. One thing we really loved about this site is the possibilities it creates with Google. Google and Twitter do not communicate very well, and many times tweets are overlooked by search engines. Having a Twylah page helps you capitalize on what you say on Twitter so it can be found on searches.
Twylah already has some awesome artists on their site, including Bon Jovi and Janet Jackson! You should check it out and join the club.
We had an expert on the show this week as well, Duncan Gilman of Splash Media U. He shared with us some tips for optimizing pages. When you are working on profile pages, you should use words and phrases that people are likely to use in searches. If you are looking to make the most of a Twitter page, you can do your own searches at search.twitter.com to see what people are talking about.
These were two awesome interviews that you should definitely go back and listen to. Remember to tune in next week on Monday at 7pm for more great tips on LinkedIn.