Twylah is a social media tool focused on continuous sharing via Twitter and gaining a better understanding of tweets by organizing the value of content placed on Twitter feeds. It helps users organize their most popular Twitter content into common trends and topics, which are then transformed into formatted custom pages that will create easier navigation and allows for more engagement from followers.
Twylah helps enhance a users search engine optimization (SEO), because Twylah aggregates and filters data that has the most value or that is most commonly shared and retweeted. Twylah polishes and creates custom brand pages for your Twitter activity, which will extend how long your content is shared with others. Users can drive traffic to their Twylah page by sending tweets directly from Twylah, which are known as "power tweets."
Twylah gives users the opportunity to view the value of their tweets and see the results of their shared content with followers too. Twylah is also about branding and focuses on both the personal, social and professional side that is built through users Twitter presence. Essentially, Twylah provides your audience with an overview of who you are and what you represent.
There is a feature on Twylah that will count how many retweets a Twitter user has received from their timeline, and the number of 'Likes' received on Facebook. Twylah communicates your Twitter messages into more comprehensible messages.
Overall, Twylah creates a central location for your most tweeted and retweeted about topics on Twitter, and placed into your personalized brand page blog, which in turn will spark continuous engagement and conversation with followers.
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