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Screener Free Social Media Marketing Tool for Screencasts on Twitter


screenerlogoSocial media marketing with Screener empowers a business to make a video and share it online via Twitter.  There is nothing to download and works on both Mac or PC.  Screener is free.

Since each tweet has its own url, once the video is recorded and shared on Twitter, you can send the link to others via email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Biznik. 

The purpose of a screencapture video can be used to create a "show and tell" when words are not enough.  What is tough to imagine can be simplified.


Concentrate on the goal of the message.  Not everyone is using Twitter and this tool is perfect since it does not require the person viewing the video to have a Twitter account.

Anyone can watch whether they have a Twitter account or not.

Watch the video.  If you have ever been stuck with trying to explain something and you are a low tech person, you will love this tool as it allows you to easily record and share your screen.

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Just what I have been looking for. I need a video presence but I am too stupid to use the existing apps. I will try this. Thanks
Posted @ Saturday, January 22, 2011 11:13 AM by Lloyd
Glad it looks appealing. 
Entrepreneurs are not "stupid". They are smart because they know it is better to find one screwdriver to get it done vs. trying to master a swiss army knife with 30 gadgets on it. 
Keep me posted. Would love to hear more about your experience. 
Posted @ Saturday, January 22, 2011 1:54 PM by Michael Hartzell
Thanks Mike, as always, you come up with such valuable tools - a gold mine. Using this one RIGHT NOW! 
Peace, Sue
Posted @ Saturday, January 22, 2011 8:49 PM by Sue Oliver
Happy to be your eyes and ears on my virtual world travels. You will of course have to keep me posted as to how you progress with it. 
Thank you for the great words. 
Posted @ Sunday, January 23, 2011 4:28 PM by Michael Hartzell
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