(PRWEB) April 15, 2010
A brand new event sharing platform has arrived on the social media scene with the launch of TweetMyEvents.com on 12th April, 2010.
TweetMyEvents is a real-time event sharing platform for the social web. The free service allows users to broadcast their events to the world through Twitter, the popular micro-blogging platform.
The service is aimed primarily at event organisers/internet marketers looking to promote their events and also business organisations seeking to inform prospects, customers, suppliers and staff about upcoming events. By using this service, event organisers and businesses will be able to reach a larger target audience in real time and save hours that they would otherwise have spent sending out email invitations to their prospects, customers, suppliers or staff.
Individuals and companies are also on the lookout for suitable training programs for their self-development and improved staff performance. TweetMyEvents allows such users to find specific events in their field of interest easily and register for them with the simple click of a button.
The interface is extremely easy to use and does not require a separate sign-up process. Users can log in through their Twitter account, list their events in the “Dashboard” and tweet them out instantly. Event details can also be easily modified or deleted. Published events can be viewed at a glance, and uses can also nominate their favourite events.
TweetMyEvents is the brainchild of Logan Nathan, Entrepreneur and founder ICTIP, an Internet Marketing & Social Media Management company, based in Sydney, Australia. Located in one of the fastest growing and popular business parks based in the Hills District (North West of Sydney), ICT Internet Presence (ICTIP) has been servicing customers throughout Australia and won the prestigious ‘Hills Excellence in Business Award 2009’ for their innovation in Process/Technology. The award is a testimonial of ICTIP’s focus & implementation of a number of innovative online initiatives using creative Social Media techniques.
Logan Nathan has been focusing on ‘Social Media’ since end of 2008 and has led the way with his team in a number of social initiatives for businesses.
http://TweetMyEvents.com, ICTIP aims to change the way in which people socially share, discover and participate in events across multiple social networks in a simple, friendly, fast and cost-efficient way.
Asked whether http://TweetMyEvents.com could be used for non-business purposes, Logan responded, “Absolutely! As long as you have a Twitter account, you can use this Social Web Tool. Whether you want to Tweet about your children’s first birthday party, your wedding anniversary celebrations or even community events, you can spread the word in real-time with this service. You are limited only by your imagination.”