Send iPhone Videos to Twitter using TwitterFon and TwitVid by matthewtommasi

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Send iPhone Videos to Twitter using TwitterFon and TwitVid
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You can now easily send videos from your iPhone 3GS to Twitter using TwitterFon and TwitVid. TwitterFon is one of the most popular Twitter clients for the iPhone and TwitVid is a service that allows you to share videos on Twitter. Both of these companies have joined forces to allow users to upload recorded videos on their iPhone to Twitter. To get started you will need to install TwitterFon (there is a free and a paid version) and TwitVid (which is free) on your iPhone 3GS. Both of these need to be downloaded from iTunes App Store, ©2009

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(I am going to assume you have already configured TwitterFon, added your Twitter account(s) and everything is already up and running) Tap on the TwitVid icon to launch TwitVid. Enter your Twitter username and password, then click on <Login>, ©2009

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Click on <Record a ew Video>, ©2009

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Once you have recorded your video click on <Use>, ©2009

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Now insert a tweet associated with this video, then click <Post>, ©2009

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A confirmation will appear advising that your video has been uploaded and posted to Twitter, ©2009

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Now login to your Twitter account and see your tweet,

Click on the link to watch your uploaded video, ©2009

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Done! How simple was that! You can see my video here If you like this guide why not follow me on Twitter @socialguide Enjoy! ©2009

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Using Social Media to guide and help you connect to Social etworks: Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, MySpace, YouTube using new media

The Social Media Guide provides helpful advice and tips on connecting you to others, through the use of Social Media and Social Networks. The current explosion in Social Media technologies including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc has made it more easier than ever to connect with friends, groups and customers with similar interests from all around the world. The downside with these new technologies is that often people experience information overload and are either scared off or simply get too confused. The Social Media Guide acts as an authoritative guide on embracing and integrating these new technologies, by presenting clear and simple solutions to common social media problems. My aim is to help you connect. You will be able to connect with more people faster and extend your reach deeper into the social web.

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