Twitter is a great place to share your thoughts and idea and for those of you that want to save your tweets page for posterity, there are a number of companies that will let you create print books out of your Twitter pages.
We’ve put together a list of five of these companies that will print out your favorite tweets, Twit pics and Twitter conversations, so that you can save them as a book. Below find our list of companies with descriptions about what their services do and a link back to their sites.
5 Tools That Will Turn Your Twitter Page Into A Book
1. Twournal: “Twournal allows you to create, buy and sell twitter books printed from your tweets. All Twournals have color covers, can include replies and photos from services such as Twitpic and Yfrog in color or black and white. You can choose a custom picture for your front cover. Select which tweets you want to start and end at. And you can add a dedication message to appear after your title.”
2. TweetBookz: “TweetBookz allows you to create and order high quality books of your tweets. Soft and hard cover versions are available in four unique designs. The books have full color covers and inside pages of black and white. Each one stands 5.5 inches high and 8.5 inches wide and features up to 200 of your tweets, one per page, starting from the most recent. You can chose to remove any tweets you don’t want included. All our products are printed in America on 100% recycled paper.”
3. Tweetbook: “Tweetbook.in is a free web app that helps you save your tweets in the form of a PDF, aka tweetbook. Tweets are ordered chronologically, oldest first, giving it a diary like feel.”
5. 140bio.com: “Paperback microbiographies are great for archiving your greatest moments, whit and observations! Or share with offline family members to treasure the day by day experiences of college, a pregnancy or the beginning of a new career. Perfect as a family heirloom or a personalized gift for that special Twitter addict in your life!”
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