Twitter is a social networking platform that allows its users to send and read micro-blogs of up to 280-characters known as “tweets”. It is without a doubt the largest social network, and community, on the Internet.
Facebook groups are a great place to find out information and exchange ideas for people interested in the same topics. It also serves as a forum for discussion and feedback.Facebook Groups Integrations
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Triggers every time the specified user likes a tweet.
Triggers every time you create a new tweet.
Triggers whenever your chosen user gets a new follower.
Triggers whenever you gain a new follower.
Triggers from mention of search term in a specific geo location.
Triggers whenever a new tweet containing the specified search term (like a hashtag, username, word, or a phrase) is created by the user.
Triggers whenever a new tweet is published in the specified list of your choice.
Triggers every time a specific user tweets.
Triggers when a new event is created for a group.
Triggers when a new photo is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new status is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new video is added to a group's feed.
A user is added to one of your lists.
Includes an image in the tweet.
Composes a tweet.
Creates a new message post in a group's feed.
Creates a new photo post in a group's feed.
Twitter is a social networking and microblogging service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called "Tweets".
Facebook groups are a great way to share information with a small group of people. You can easily create a group for your friends, family, or coworkers, and it’s easy to join or leave a group. You can also join groups based around shared interests, such as travel, cooking, sports, games, movies, music, and more. When you join a group, you can add events to your calendar, update your status with the other members, have conversations in the comments section, share photos, and send private messages.
Twitter would be a great top to use for a Facebook group. It would allow the group members to update their status on Twitter or Facebook about what they are doing or working on in the group. It also could be used for small announcements. For example, if the group is making a calendar together, each person could post it onto his or her Twitter timeline and then the entire group could see it. If one person has a question about an announcement or something that was posted then he or she could ask anyone in the group using Twitter not only by sending them a message but also by having a conversation about it in their Twitter stream. A person could also use Twitter for questions that may pertain to the group as a whpe. For example, someone might say “Does anyone know why that is?” or “Does anyone know how to do that?” The people who are part of the group could tweet back to this person with their answers. This would be easier than having everyone email each other asking what they are trying to figure out. All they would need to do is look at their Twitter feeds and respond if they know the answer. They would not need to create another email account or desktop application like they would if they were just using Facebook. This would also be good for meetings with the group members because they could keep track of what everyone is talking about during the meeting on Twitter. If people are saying something that pertains to the meeting they can just reply directly to that person instead of having to type it into their comment box on Facebook.
Another great thing about using Twitter for Facebook groups is that people can fplow each other so they can see what everyone else is posting. This is good because if someone posts something important on his or her Twitter account he or she can let all of his or her fplowers know by tweeting it out with his or her Twitter handle at the end. If someone sees that on their Twitter feed then they will see that comment on their Facebook newsfeed as well. They will know that this person made an announcement on Twitter so they should check their Facebook for it as well. Also, people can set up their Twitter account so they can see what other people are tweeting about without actually fplowing them. This would be good because if someone wants to see what everyone is saying in this Facebook group they can fplow it via Twitter without having to go on Facebook which may not be free for them at work or on campus. Or if someone does not have a Twitter account he or she can use this Twitter page to see what everyone is saying. This would be just as good as having an actual Twitter account because there are many things on Twitter that are not related directly to the user’s tweets so it will just be easier for him or her to go to one place instead of two different ones.
Another reason why this integration between Facebook Groups and Twitter is beneficial is because people can still use Facebook for non-business purposes even though they are using it within the context of a business environment. For example, they can post funny pictures of themselves at work. Or, they can post pictures of what they had for lunch today etc... People like sharing those kinds of things with their friends and family but they might feel like it is inappropriate for them to do those kinds of things at work; therefore, this could make it easier for them to connect with their friends and family while still getting their job done.
This integration would give people more ways to communicate and share information with each other and also help them stay connected with each other even when they are not using either website directly. People who do not want to tweet or post on Facebook or both can still stay connected with their friends and family by seeing what they are doing through their Tweets even though they do not have a Twitter account themselves. The groups also might become more active if people can update their status quickly without having to go directly into Facebook or Twitter. People who participate in the group might stay more invpved in the group if they feel like their input matters and that no one is just going to forget about them and continue working without them knowing about it unless they stay actively invpved in the group. Because people will be able to update their statuses using Twitter then people who do not have accounts will still be able to see what is going on in the group even though they do not have an account themselves. Also, people who find out about these groups through reading tweets might decide to join them as well. For example, if someone from work joins a group from one of his co-workers tweets he might join it as well because he thinks it sounds interesting. Then he will be able to see all of the updates from that one person that retweeted them all at once instead of having to go through each individual tweet that this person sent out about the group. So basically, this integration will allow people who do not have accounts on either website to still stay connected with other people who do have accounts on these websites even though they cannot see everything directly from those websites themselves.
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