18 Apr '13, 1am

Muffle It (.com) Brands given control over their Twitter reputations through new platform #news #domaining #domain

Muffle It (.com) Brands given control over their Twitter reputations through new platform #news #domaining #domain

Now in closed beta, Muffle Guard is a service that helps brands control what’s tweeted by the users of official accounts representing them. Companies can hide tweets automatically before they become public on any linked Twitter account, for instance, or they can use the service’s web interface to hide tweets manually. Hidden tweets are then saved so they can later be re-tweeted if and when the time is right. A keyword library helps brands keep track of words or phrases that shouldn’t be tweeted – offensive language or sensitive company information, for example – with notifications available via SMS or email. Corporate users can even set up a “Twitter blackout” to prevent accounts from being used at inappropriate times, such as after a few drinks or before a high profile game. And for tweets whose meaning is unclear, brands can monitor public reaction in real-time for addit...

Full article: http://fragerfactor.blogspot.com/2013/04/muffle-it-com-br...

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