Dropify’s core strength is its seamless integration with Facebook and their Open Graph. Not only does Dropify serve as an awesome visibility booster for your files, but it also makes them go viral, gaining you new fans in the process. Recent cases impressively have shown how much attraction you can gain with cool content and the use of Dropify.
So, what about Twitter? Have we really restricted Dropify to only Facebook? Of course not. The following gives you an idea of how Dropify can also get you Twitter mentions and even followers.
Tweets by people who download your Drop
Dropify’s download flow (the process of downloading your Drop) always ends with a screen that allows people to share your Drop-URL on Twitter and Pinterest. We noticed that a great amount of people actively uses these options. Given that you entered your Twitter handle in your account settings, the share dialogue will look like this:
A default message is generated which includes your Twitter handle, referencing to you as the publisher, along with the type and title of your Drop.
Note: If you don’t enter your Twitter handle in the publisher settings, the dialogue will show your generic publisher name instead.
Follow the publisher
Once the user’s posting of his Tweet is confirmed, he’s suggested to follow the publisher on Twitter. Since the Tweet implies a certain appreciation of the Drop, chances are good the user may also want to follow the publisher. He can do so via a single click.
Twitter link on the publisher’s profile
Your publisher profile will display a direct link to your Twitter profile, assuming that you’ve entered it in the publisher settings. People come across your Dropify publisher profile via different sources (e.g. the Drop’s description in a Facebook post).
We’re soon going to add even more Twitter linkage, further enhancing the integration of Twitter in Dropify.
Haven’t entered your Twitter handle yet? Be sure to do so right now via publisher settings. Go to Dropify > Dashboard (just hover the menu) > Publisher Settings.