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Tint for social mashups and connect pages

An interesting new option for a very visual way to ‘mash up’ any social feeds.
http://www.tintup.com

The video on the front page is pretty good at explaining what it is.
Here’s a quick test I did just importing my Facebook page and Pinterest profile
http://www.helloari.com/connect/

It choked on my LInkedIn profile and I didn’t take time to troubleshoot it but I can see it’s a very powerful and easy to use tool to make a dynamic view of your social and other media. You can make two connections with a free account but pricing jumps to $50/month from there for extra theme options and more

You can aggregate and curate from ANY Facebook profiles/pages/groups/hashtags, Twitter accounts/hashtags/favorites, Instagram accounts/hashtags/locations, Youtube channels/playlists, Pinterest accounts/boards, Google + accounts/hashtags, and any RSS into one beautiful hub. And them embed it into a site,  app, Facebook Page etc etc etc…

 

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OTHER SIMILAR SERVICES

  • Tagboard.com: no pricing listed on their site – starts at $250/mo. It’s free to set up a “board” but embedding cleanly requires a paid account. Very similar to Tint: paid accounts can curate/approve content before it gets displayed. Real time user generated content with good control – they offer a kiosk/live event kind of service in addition to Web embeds.
  • Juicer.io: two sources/1 embeddable feed free, 5 sources for $20/mo. This is a simpler but much more affordable service.

OTHER PLUGIN-BASED SOCIAL MEDIA FEED SERVICES
Here’s some inexpensive options that do something similar – and give you control of the code to fully customize it. Not many of these let you follow hashtags so if you need that option choose carefully.

 

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One Comment

  1. Posted September 6, 2013 at 4:56 pm | Permalink

    Hi Ari,

    Love the page and thank you for the post 🙂

    Zen

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