Got a exciting email from Eric Goldstein CEO of Amplify that I wanted to share with you and also at the same time test the new feature that Amplify ahs introduced. If you are reading this, then I did something right. Cheers ! I like Amplify and came across it from another user in my network just by following their link. Do you use Amplify?
Today we are excited to introduce post-by-email on Amplify, making it easier for you to spark conversation on a wider range of content from anywhere on any device across all your social networks! To get your unique Amplify email address so you can start posting by email, visit your Post by Email page. Here’s how it works… whatever you provide as the subject of your email will be used as the title of your post. If you want to microblog, simply leave the subject of your email blank. The body of your email will be used as the content of your post. Photos that are included in your email (either inline or as attachments) will be included in your Amp. Post-by-email does not yet support video, but we plan to add that soon. Like all content shared on Amplify, anything posted by email can simultaneously be auto-posted to Twitter, Facebook, Google Buzz, FriendFeed, Tumblr, Blogger, Posterous, WordPress or any of our other supported services. You will have the option to easily auto-post to all or none of your default services, or even select specific ones to post to on a per-email basis. After your email has been posted on Amplify, you will receive an email confirmation letting you know. More specific instructions and examples are provided on your Post by Email page.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Amplify Introduces Post by Email
See this Amp at http://bit.ly/ctUosw
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