Introducing Photoboards: Enhanced Photo Galleries for Twitter
We all know that with Twitter you can post photos for your followers to check out. People can also tweet @ you photos that they want you to enjoy. This is all well and good but it’s arguably not the most efficient way to interact. TwitPoll’s Photoboards aims to create a conversation around a photo topic and not just make exchanging photos a once in time event like proverbial ships passing in the night.
It all works like this. A Twitter user logs into TwitPolls and creates a Photoboard. It can be around a question, contest or any theme. Let’s say for this example that the Twitter user wants to see photos of cars that other users drove during their younger years. After posting, their followers can respond by submitting a photo (Me: 1986 Honda Accord). This is done by the normal Twitter reply window either on Twitter.com or on TwitPolls.com. As we’ve mentioned before, consider TwitPolls an extension of the great Twitter itself.
Submitted photos then are presented on TwitPolls.com for all your followers to enjoy. The collage that they are presented in makes it easy for others to view, retweet and Tweet comment. It’s really a fun way to have a photo-based conversation around any topic where imagery helps convey a thought.
Get started with TwitPolls Photoboards.