Vizify for Authors

Make a quick movie about your Twitter feed

Does that sound boring? Well, it’s only going to be as boring as your Twitter usage.

If you’re engaging your readers effectively on Twitter, they’ll love watching a short (under a minute) Vizify summary of your activity.

Take 60 seconds out of your busy day and create a Vizify video. It’s fun.

 Here’s how Vizify works:

1. Click the “Make Mine” button on THIS PAGE.

2. Type in your email address and verify that Vizify can access your Twitter information.

3. Wait a few seconds while Vizify prepares your video.

4. Watch the preview by clicking “play.”

5. Edit or continue!

Here’s an example of the video I created for myself:

Chris Robley Vizify Video

If you like what you see, you can click the green “continue” button to share your video on your social media profiles. If you want to make changes, click the blue “edit” button.

The edit menu will look like this:

Vizify Edit Menu

Any of those frames can be selected, and you’ll be able to choose alternate photos, videos, tweets, etc. in order to create the video you want.

Once you’re finished, share your Vizify video on Twitter (and anywhere else you want) — and make sure to notify the other Twitter users who are featured in your video (or use the auto-mention function when sharing directly from Vizify).

If you really want to get crazy, you can create a Vizify profile that pulls information from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more.  Check it out HERE — and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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Chris Robley

About Chris Robley

Chris Robley has written 563 posts in this blog.

is an award-winning poet, songwriter, performer, and music producer who now lives in Portland, Maine after more than a decade in Portland, Oregon. His music has been praised by NPR, the LA Times, the Boston Globe, and others. Skyscraper Magazine said he is “one of the best short-story musicians to come along in quite some time.” Robley’s poetry has been published or is forthcoming in POETRY, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Northwest, Beloit Poetry Journal, RHINO, Magma Poetry, and more. He is the 2013 winner of Boulevard's Poetry Prize for Emerging Writers and the 2014 recipient of a Maine Literary Award in the category of "Short Works Poetry."

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