Tweetizen is a simple web-based tool designed to help you filter the daily influx of tweets, and easily find the ones that are relevant to you. Use Tweetizen to create twitter groups, and you'll be able to stay on top of what's happening in all your areas of interest. Imagine having instant access to breaking news and the latest tweets on news, politics, technology, gossip, fashion etc. all in one place, rather than having to create multiple twitter accounts just to be able to find what you want.
Our filtering mechanisms will go through the millions of tweets and come up with the pertinent ones by taking tags and keywords into consideration. You can share your group with others and invite your friends to be an active part of each group you create. This includes not only family and friends but also colleagues and associates, as it befits the situation and the uses you put Twitter to.
We have some big plans for Tweetizen. Our future releases will include the ability to embed your groups on your own websites and blogs - taking twitter to a whole new level! We're also currently working on multiple blog plugins to make it easier for you to embed your groups to your blogs.
Visit @tweetizen for more updates as we launch new features in the following days/weeks. We're always open to hearing your feedback and comments to help us improve along the way, so feel free to get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com or reply to us on twitter @tweetizen.
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