That is three times “Twitter” in the title itself ! Well Curator, a media tool launched by the micro-blogging website yesterday does exactly that, helps Twitter to display more content from its website on other media platforms.
While Curator was announced yesterday, Twitter says that the tool has been under testing mode for quite some time now, and that those who have been testing Curator have seen strong increases in audience engagement, participation and attention.
The tool is now open to all media publishers around the world, for free. This includes news organizations, production companies, broadcasters, local governments, and even concert venues.
Curator enables publishers to create complex keyword and hashtag queries to easily uncover streams of high quality Tweets. Queries can be further refined by follower counts, location, languages and more to create collections of the most relevant Tweets pertaining to that topic.
For example, you can find Tweets including #MarchMadness, from users with 100+ followers located in the US. You can then use Curator to display the best Tweets from that search into your mobile app, during a TV show broadcast, or on any screen regardless of size.
For more advanced integrations, customizations and hands-on support, publishers can work with Twitter Certified Partners like Flowics, Livefyre, ScribbleLive, Spredfast and Wayin.
For media publishers interested in using Curator, request access here.