Twitter API

-by Al Ferretti and Skeeter Hansen

Twitter API Developer Contacts and More

They tweet about Twitter API changes, service issues and happily answer questions about Twitter and the twitter API. The Real Twitter API.

Looking for Developers who are experienced with the Twitter API?

A good number of developers have expressed interest in independent work developing applications for the Twitter API. Please contact them directly to inquire for their ability in helping develop a Twitter application for your needs. (Note that these developers are community members and are not affiliated with Twitter in any official capacity) Here’s access to the list of Developers

Lastly, if you are a twitter developer, beginner or advanced who would like to know more about the Twitter API. Then meet Kevin Makice on Twitter Ask Kevin Makice about his Twitter API Book and tell him Al and Skeeter from Twitterwatchdog.com sent you. :-)

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3 Responses to “Twitter API”

  • avatar Flora says:

    How Can Churches Use Twitter?

  • Dear Flora,

    Timothy here,
    Many churches are using Twitter & Facebook to help spread the message of the gospel. And it is not any different than promoting any other website.
    Some simple guidelines follow:

    1) Tweet simple bible verses
    2) Tweet a Testimony of what the Lord has done in your life
    4) Follow other churches or fellowships that promote the same desire.
    5) Always reply to DM’s with compassion for others.

    You can also do a search on Twitter for those of your faith and start engaging, building relationships and
    provide value by tweeting what the Lord puts on your heart.

    I hope this helps you, if you need more help, don’t hesitate to ask.

    Until next time, May the Lord bless your day.
    Timothy

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