06/21/2010 // West Palm Beach, FL // Rene Perras…… Le Buzz // Rene Perras
The 140 character Tweet as we know it today was the brainchild of Jack Dorsey, creator along with co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone of Twitter.com. Introducing the online social Plugg that allows you to Tweet if you so desire plus have the flexibility to expand on your thoughts.
When you don’t have enough space to voice your opinion, statement or whatever comes to mind; you will now have up to 500 characters including spaces, to say what you want to say.
The system was conceived and developed by a resourceful programmer and SEO engineer who had more than 140 characters on his mind, but wished to remain anonymous yet share his thoughts and online social platform with the world.
Creativity, intelligence plus syndication are all keys to having your personal expression reach the online community. Unless your brand is highly developed like Ashton Kutcher or Brittany Spears who together have 10,314,515 followers (and counting) on Twitter, then you were just bleep out of luck until now with the creation and introduction of the social Plugg.
Freedom of expression was the concern of the developer. How can anyone express himself or herself to the Internet world when media giants are oblivious to the regular guy or gal with funding challenges? The big media outlets, the voice of big business and corporate America, make it impossible for the average Joe or Jane to get their message out.
The concept of the online social Plugg on it’s own is really not unique, but the system behind it is revolutionary. Imagine having your own personal online newsroom with the ability to provide a social commentary on any topic of interest at the local, regional, national or international level publish it to the web and within minutes be picked up by Google, along with inclusion in one of the largest online news syndicates and social media networks assembled.
For example, let us take a topic of major concern to North, Central and South America, the BP Gulf oil spill disaster. The New York Times or Washington Post writes a scathing indictment of BP and how all of the Gulf coast states will have their tourism and fishing industries impacted for the next 25 years. The online Plugg will allow you to endorse, support, agree or disagree by giving your personal commentary on the event and story and then allow you to syndicate the optimized Plugg to the world with the push of a button.
Contact Rene Perras for more information about the social networking platform behind Plugging, or for an online demo to check out Smart News Technology and find out how to have your own personal newsroom or blog on steroids activated today.