Mysifty.com – Prioritize Your Social Media Feeds From Friends, Fans and Followers
Mysifty is a social media site that helps you prioritize your sometimes overwhelming social media feeds.
The site allows users to sift through their list and choose priority friends and brands they are following but had somehow lost track of due to lots of updates on their timelines or walls.
As a user, your feeds can in turn be prioritized by others too so they are always in touch with top valuable content from you.
What this means is that brands and personal brands with large following can use Mysifty to encourage their followers to prioritize them and be sure of seeing their tweets and updates.
For example, if you’re following popular celebs on Twitter such as Don Jazzy or Banky W, you can be sure that you’ll never miss their updates (tweets) if they’re prioritized with Mysifty.
Mysifty offers its priority selection service across multiple social network platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Unlike other social media related
sites, Mysifty does not just amplify existing networks but actually
allows you to filter the social media noise and prioritize the best of the best feeds from friends and brands.
Mysifty is backed by a core team of Nigerian developers and
entrepreneurs with some international advisory consultants.
The site is currently on beta version, but you can sign up here for an invite.
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