Get the Right Image With Text to Flickr & Twitter With One Cell Phone Message

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Get the Right Image With Text to Flickr & Twitter With One Cell Phone Message
Send an image to Flickr and have it post to Twitter automatically.

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I've written about how valuable Flickr has become in my image management, and my ability to access them from multiple computers. I've also told you about Twitter, and using it for real estate alerts, and even document sharing, in your local market.

Now, with SnapTweet, I can send an image from my cell phone up to Flickr and, when I insert a special tag, it will also post with a title and description on my Twitter account. This is one text message from my cell phone, and I've accomplished two things. I've used it to send pictures of new construction in the area, as well as to inform my readers and followers about events and civic projects in my area.

My new camera phone, with a 3.2 MP resolution, allows me to take large and detailed photos that have sufficient quality for most of my web work. After all, many of us were using large cameras three years ago with lower resolutions. With many predicting a future for micro-blogging, the shorter more recent breaking news post, my cell phone and these two free online tools are going to help.

Before this new phone and higher camera resolution, I was always catching myself without my large camera, or out of battery power when I needed it. I realized that I always had my phone, and a spare battery in my pocket, so I upgraded to get the image resolution to allow me to never be without a camera when I needed it.

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