I recently discovered this beta service called Twylah. I heard that it would do cool things with my Twitter stream, so I signed up. Today I received my invite and was really impressed with how they organized the content from my Twitter feed. Categories across the top (3 of which I can “pin”) and easy to read articles. Even a link to a PDF appeared in the Chrome PDF viewer within their content box.
I see a great potential for helping some clients share their marketing information with their users in a new way. It also means helping them really organize (more content strategy) their tweets in order to give the users a better experience on Twylah.
I’ve seen and used other “news” publishing applications/services such as paper.li and others, but I haven’t been really impressed with them. I like the fact that Twylah identifies my topics/trends and will help me know what other Twitter folks are about just by looking at their categories and determining if I “really” want to follow them. Could be more valuable than Klout!
Take a look at my Twylah page: http://www.twylah.com/kkmett
What do you think?