Create a Twitter Video Highlight Reel Using Vizify’s #FollowMe

Have you ever wanted to capture a highlight reel of your best Twitter moments?

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Now you can bring your most engaging photos, Vine videos and tweets together into an awesome highlight reel of your Twitter profile, all within a few clicks.

Just after making its analytics data public, Twitter has teamed up with Vizify to bring you #FollowMe -a way for everyone to capture their finest images, Vines, tweets, followers and topics into a highlight video. You can edit the reel to include different musical backdrops and switch around your media and information presented. Vizify is a personal website powered by your social media data that will automatically create a series of interactive infographics that showcase you! Are you a night owl or an early morning grinder? Find out all that and more including your most engaged followers and popular tweets.

What do Vizify’s highlight reels look like?

NBA stars Kobe Bryant (@KobeBryant) and Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) have also created their own #FollowMe videos, right in time for the Social Media Awards on @NBATV. You can find Kobe, Steph and the rest of the NBA players on Twitter on their newly redesigned sports experience.

But sports heroes aren’t the only ones getting in on the fun. Here is our featured video, giving some of our biggest fans a shout-out while also showing off a little bit of our personality and content.

It turns out we tweet a lot about infographics, comics and twitter, especially between the hours of 6am to 6pm. And we’re a big fan of the design of the overall presentation Vizify is offering here (and apparently that tweet).

Have you tried to create a #FollowMe Twitter video yet? Feel free to share some interesting ones below.

Daniel Zeevi

By Daniel Zeevi

Daniel is a social network architect, web developer, infographic designer, writer, speaker and founder of DashBurst. Full-time futurist and part-time content curator, always on the hunt for disruptive new technology, creative art and web humor.


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