The #FollowFriday Series highlights today’s up-and-coming, active and all-around noteworthy Twitter accounts the AudioAcrobat staff deems worthy of following; while at the same time peering deeper into the soul(-cial media) of each account and providing a brief-yet-informative analysis.
Welcome back for the twenty third #FollowFriday tweet / WordPress mashup of 2012 here on the AudioAcrobat Weblog!
We’re all big fans of Kickstarter around here, and are intrigued to discover a similar themed service out there with a special affinity toward helping mobile applications get funding and development through crowdfunding and pre-order campaigns, as well as facilitating the legal aspects of buying and selling already completed apps.
In today’s post, we will dive deeper into the tweets of San Diego, CA-based app marketplace, Appsplit (@appsplit) and the Twitter accounts they have chosen to follow … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) behind a company TechCrunch reporter John Biggs describes as being, “first and foremost a place to put your app campaigns.”
Yep. That’s right, we just said it … “soulcial media”. We also said, “a company TechCrunch reporter John Biggs describes as being, ‘first and foremost a place to put your app campaigns'” in the same sentence.
Dive into app-based commerce at Appsplit.com!
Featured #FollowFriday Twitter Account
@appsplit: a marketplace for funding, developing, buying + selling apps
— appsplit (@appsplit) June 5, 2012
More about Appsplit
When appsplit first launched in 2011 we had 1 sole focus: apps. We started with a marketplace to buy and sell apps’ source code and ownership rights, then we introduced a blog where again we focused on apps. Blog topics have included app marketing and promotions, running an app business, how to code better apps, user interface and experience best practices, etc. Today with an unwavering focus, we launch our new website that makes funding, developing, buying, and selling apps easier than ever.
With our new website, users can create campaigns specific to their needs. Users looking for ways to turn a great idea for an app into a fully developed or enhanced app can create a campaign to fund or develop; sell campaigns allow users to sell their developed apps. And everyone is invited to browse. Whether looking for ways to contribute financially to a great idea in exchange for rewards, professionally through development in exchange for shares, or just wanting to buy a fully developed app, check back often and see what’s new at appsplit.
Here you will find a list of 25 accounts @appsplit is following. They are all active users who we deem worthy of checking out, retweeting and following. Enjoy!
01 @feedmyapp20: Your daily web 2.0 dose!
02 @wmpoweruser: The largest independent Windows Phone community
03 @TalkAndroid: Latest Android news, applications, interviews + rumors!
04 @appsafari: Honest App Reviews for iPhone, iPod touch + iPad lovers
05 @instagram: A fast, beautiful & fun way to share your photos w/friends + family
06 @dilawersoomro: Writer, Blogger, Android Gamer and Reviewer
07 @kidoodleapps: We make art activity apps for kids designed for touchable gadgets
08 @solonharmony: I eat, sleep and breathe tech at @socialbarrel and @appsplit
09 @Halfbrick: Australian creators of Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride + more!
10 @Android_Updates: The latest Mobile Phone News Items and Apps for Android
11 @oryankim: GigaOM tech writer
12 @sarahintampa: Blogger at TechCrunch
13 @erkutz: Associate Editor at Xconomy
14 @engadgetmobile: Official Twitter account of Engadget Mobile!
15 @htc: Welcome to our official Twitter page
16 @AndroidDev: News and announcements for developers from the Android team
17 @Luminous_Uma: Serial Entrepreneur, Social Networking addict + more!
18 @johnbiggs: East Coast Editor, TechCrunch.com
19 @webfaction: Smarter web hosting: undercrowded servers, modern and flexible setup
20 @GoogleVentures: Google’s venture capital arm
21 @GottaBeMobile: Mobile technology news and reviews
22 @Gizmodo: 1,000 monkeys are pretending to be @jesusdiaz tweeting this week
23 @AppSmile: iPhone and iPad app reviews and news you can use
24 @CNETNews: Follow CNET News for all the latest tech news
25 @davemorin: Co-Founder and CEO of Path
In summary, it looks as though @appsplit likes to follow Twitter accounts who provide specific types of content focused on latest news and reviews in the realm of mobile technology, and more specifically, Android. Also sprinkled throughout, our readers will find accounts managed by writers for TechCrunch and GigaOM, Google Venture Capital, (smarter) Web Hosting and more!
That’s a pretty impressive list, right? It is pretty specific though … Perhaps you’d like to recommend a Twitter account to profile during an upcoming #FollowFriday? If so, please comment below or tweet us up!
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