For years now, we’ve worked closely with our friends at Twitterfeed to enhance their social media publishing tools with branded short links and realtime data. Today, we are excited to announce that we have acquired Twitterfeed, and to welcome both Twitterfeed and its users to the bitly family.
The publishing workflow provided by Twitterfeed constitutes a core part of the bitly ecosystem. Along with other products (such as SocialFlow and dlvr.it) that use bitly to share content and track engagement, Twitterfeed is both creating and consuming gobs of bitly data every day. Twitterfeed had over a million active users last month, and we look forward to empowering them with even more actionable insight from bitly data. We also look forward to bringing the enhanced sharing functionality of Twitterfeed directly to bitly.com, making it easier than ever to collect, organize, shorten and share links.
We are already hard at work with the Twitterfeed team thinking through ways that combine our efforts to make the social web a better place. We will keep you in the loop as we roll out changes to both Twitterfeed and bitly, and we welcome your thoughts and feedback.
I use both of these services a lot and they compliment each other in many ways. I wonder what kind of improvements we’ll see in Twitterfeed for the coming months?