Join Me for the Intel What About Me Twitter Party

Have you ever wondered how your social media presence is viewed by others? If asked what you tweet about, do you actually know? How about your Facebook statuses? Are they consistently about the same thing? If you were able to analyze it… you may just be surprised.

Intel’s What About Me tool does just that. The site takes a snapshot of your social media usage and presents it in a pretty infographic. Everyone loves a good infographic. And it is even more special when it is about you.:)

The tool allows you to connect to your Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts. From there it reads through tweets, status updates, and video descriptions and provides a snapshot of what you talk about. Some of the sections included are The Stories I Tell, Friend Fave, What I’m Talking About Now, as well as a few others. It is a lot of fun to go through and see what it finds. If you run it again after a few days you may get different results.

Check out the below video where I explain a little about the tool and my background in social media.

 

The Twitter Party

Join Us for a fun Twitter party to discuss social media and our What About Me results. You just might win something!

Date: Thursday May 17
Time: 8-10pm EST (7-9pm CST and 5-7pm PST)

Co-hosts: @IntelEdge @LittleTechGirl @TechMama
Panelists: @TechSavvyMama @Tech4Moms @scrappinmichele and @c2cmom

Hashtag: Follow #IntelSocialButterfly or follow along using this custom TweetGrid link: http://is.gd/0FOFWi

Prizes: Five $50 Best Buy gift cards + One $250 Best Buy gift card grand prize

To qualify for the prizes follow these steps:

  1. RSVP at http://twtvite.com/intelsocialbutterfly
  2. Tweet out your “What About Me?” image with the hashtag #Intelsocialbutterfly
  3. Participate in the Twitter Party

Oh, and be sure to have fun. 🙂 SEE YOU THERE!

 

Disclosure: This is a compensated post on behalf of Intel. All opinions are my own.

 

Kris McDonald is Chicago mom to 2 sets of twins, photography nut, gadget addict, travel addict, and tech blogger who has worked in IT for over 16 years. Kris figured out a while ago that she was destined to be really busy (hence the 2 sets of twins), and she has found peace with that. Read More
  • Kelster

    It seems that I can only use this if I connect my facebook account. I want to only see my Twitter digital life but nothing happens if I only choose Twitter. 🙁

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