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Will Yarnable Be Just Another Twitter Clone? | Loy Okezie

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14 Responses to Will Yarnable Be Just Another Twitter Clone?

  1. Paul says:

    Not to sound overly deterministic but from that description it sounds like another Twitter clone. We'll have to wait and see exactly what and how it will deliver but personally I don't feel like we need another Twitter clone and some of the sites you mentioned in the post look like just that.
    There is already an impressive amount of Nigerians using Twitter, the question I feel is how should Nigerian startups and businesses capitalise on this rather that trying to launch their own version….just my 2 kobo.

  2. Gbenga says:

    Maybe Nigerians should stop Twitter cloning! But it seems this Yarnable guys have something new to offer. However, is Gistcaster still a microblogging service? I checked out the new Gistcaster and it allows more than 140 characters plus commenting too!

  3. What we need is nigerians using APIs to build new services on top of the well-known platforms.

  4. Loy Okezie says:

    “The leading social networking site in China, renren.com, started out as a blatant Facebook clone – but it now has tens of millions of users.” (Via: ReadWriteWeb http://yrn.me/?6gjm3)

  5. Thanks for the post-review. I'm really working well at it, hopefully to come live on beta this month.

    Yarnable is not a twitter clone service, its a 140 char based discussion site built from scratch with more features than just status updates. ;)

  6. Thanks for sharing about this. Glad to learn about them. There are several opportunities for them to, over time, develop a program that fits the needs of their users.

  7. For building reciprocal relationships, we must unquestionably have to consider twitter as the primary supportive tool.Using Twitter as your media of marketing, you can expect a lot, a wide range of customers is a guarantee because of the number of friends you make on twitter. 100′s will follow you each time you follow them.

  8. Let’s just wait and see. It can be an improved twitter clone. After all, developers are copycats+innovators…lol

  9. [...] I’m able to attend, I’d likely be micro-blogging via Gistcaster or Yarnable, Nigerian versions of Twitter. That’s the least I can do to help local social media platforms [...]

  10. onazi james says:

    good work from you all out there nice. am sure our Nigerian soon will not be left out as we have so many like me out there bravo. but i still foresee joining force as our strength.

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