Socializr, the events-oriented social network founded by Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams, doesn’t get as much play as Evite and Facebook Events. But as VentureBeat editor Matt Marshall recently wrote, Socializr offers a more organized approach than Facebook, yet integrates very well with Facebook accounts. For me, Socializr is less annoying to use than Evite, which always seems to want to send me to another page, show me another ad, and send me emails about events that lack the key time and place info I want in my inbox, so I can search them easily.
Today, Socializr rolled out a basic Twitter integration of the sort we’re now seeing launched several times a day by social websites and applications. Users can one-click events from Socializr directly to Twitter. Tweets about the event are integrated into its Socializr page.
That’s it – short and simple. Abrams has shared a five-slide presentation on the feature.
Fair warning to social apps makers: By June, it’ll no longer be news that your product connects with Twitter. It’ll be news if it doesn’t.
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