Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Nestivity, a social media startup developing community software tools for Twitter, announces the latest addition to their platform, Tweetcasts. Nestivity has paired multimedia presentations with real-time chats on Twitter. With Tweetcasts, hosts can present documents, images, videos, polls, presentations, and even stream live Google+ hangouts directly to their community. All displayed content is controlled by a moderator, allowing the hosts to guide their conversations with on-screen media and prompts. This helps keep comments on topic and provides for a more controlled conversation.
Henry Min, Nestivity Founder and CEO says, “Live chats and Twitter parties are widely used, but often difficult to follow. The typical chat includes hashtag misuse and frequent retweets which muddle the thread, and for many, the conversation is lost. Our latest innovation adds a new level to tweet-based chat experiences by including a live webcast-like media component and a more distilled feed to allow for an authentic conversation that is easy to moderate, and easy to join.”
After the close of a live event, Tweetcasts remain accessible as an ongoing discussion. Followers can easily reference content and add new comments. For brands that host recurring tweet-based chats, the conversation can pick-up where it left off rather than start over at the beginning.
The multimedia aspects of Tweetcasts are unique among the real-time Twitter engagement tools. Tweetcasts are now available with all paid monthly Nestivity accounts. For more information on Nestivity and opportunities to participate in one of the first Tweetcasts, visit http://nestivity.com
Nestivity is the first and only community engagement tool that allows you to turn your Twitter handle into a community. Now in Beta, the Software-As-A-Service provides an organized and structured venue to engage your audience more deeply by making it possible to turn tweets into conversations that are easy to moderate and easy for your followers to engage. All activity from the community also appears on Twitter, thus amplifying your reach and allowing anyone to find and join the conversation. Nestivity archives Tweet data indefinitely, providing context and persistence in a fast-paced environment where update streams typically move too fast to gain traction. For more information and a list of Nestivity communities now available, visit http://www.nestivity.com.