Start Your Own TweetUp with TweetUp Theme

My friend Shoemoney has just put the finishing touches to TweetUp Theme and it’s going to change the way Twitter users set up and organize TweetUps.

TweetUp Theme makes it incredibly easy to put together an entire web site for your TweetUp or event. With TweetUp theme you don’t have to worry about any of the difficult aspects of building or maintaining a site. Simply upload the TweetUp theme into your WordPress themes folder, change a few simple settings, and enter your event just like a normal WordPress post.

Some of the key advantage TweetUp Theme offers include:

  • Much simpler interface and much cheaper then meetup.com (which costs $250 per year).
  • Easy installation and setup
  • Full integration with the Twitter API so users can register and retweet.
  • Full integration with the Google Maps API so users can find there way πŸ˜‰
  • Have full control over the look and feel of your website

TweetUp Theme comes in two versions – Standard and Deluxe – and sells for $47 and $297 respectively. The nice thing is, 100% of the proceeds that Shoe makes from TweetUp Them will go to charity – The Lincoln City People’s Mission. Shoe raised over $30,000 for the mission last year and he hopes to top that this year. You can help by purchasing a copy of TweetUp Theme. I think I will use the theme to set up future Dot Com Pho events.

Start Your Own TweetUp with TweetUp Theme


22 thoughts on “Start Your Own TweetUp with TweetUp Theme”

  1. Boy this one is sounding really interesting.

    But to understand the whole thing I have to give time to it.

    1. hahha…i myself agree with you..of course we need to understand first….and then take our first action!

    2. Definitely interesting…I wonder if it will actually take off.

  2. Labnium says:

    I agree with you, twitter these days is providing many new facilities to its users and this one is just another amazing product of its…..
    Its really making a user friendly tweets

    Thanks for sharing this article…..

    1. As far as Twitter has come, I have a feeling that it will only get bigger…

      1. People started to talking about its Dead.

        Auto followers and spam is main disadvantage. But however they are managing it very well.

  3. Technolic says:

    The most newest thing i have seen recently for twitter and especially for blogger and its very efficient product which will sure save time….

    Keep Writing

  4. PPC Ian says:

    Awesome to see the proceeds going to charity!

    1. d3so says:

      I know! I’m wondering how much it cost to develop the theme.

  5. I hope I’m not the only person out in the dark here, but what is a Tweet Up? From the sounds of it, it’s like holding a local meeting of your twitter followers on a topic that all of you digg. Is that right? Or am I missing the boat?

    I this is a way to gather a whole bunch of Tweeters in one place to MasterMind on a topic or meet the big local tweeting guru’s, then this could be a Major Rockn’ Concept.

    My metro area in Central MN is roughly 100,000 people, and I know I’ll be shocked at who want to present and attend once I do my first Tweet Up.

    Take Care,

    David Paul

    1. You are pretty much right, that is a Tweet Up, obviously it works best if you live in a more urban area than somewhere in the countryside. And/ or if you are a guru for something πŸ˜‰ The theme looks very sleek and nice and the price for the standard version is great. Kudos also to Shoemoney to donate the proceeds to charity, SY

    2. I’m not sure I get the concept totally either… I checked out the demo on their site and using twitter to register for an event and talk about it once you are there seems a little counter intuitive to me, there has to be an easier way. Unless I’m missing something…

  6. I love Tweetups and have met amazing people here in Westchester, NY, every time I attend a Tweetup. I love the power of networking with local people, and usually I gain a few clients or readers for my blog after a Tweetup.

    Dagmar
    Dagmar’s momsense
    @DagmarBleasdale

  7. Jay says:

    I like the fact that the money is going to charity πŸ™‚ That’s always a big selling point for me.

  8. Nice theme. I have no use for it right now, but I’ll have to remember it in the future.

  9. It’s such a nice gesture to donate to charity! Great work!

  10. Stefan says:

    You and Shoemoney promote a lot each others products

    1. This is the base of marketing and networking.

      Infact whenever any professional blogger launched their product all blogsphere start talking about this.

      Daniel also launched its online profits campaign and interesting this is … this is free of cost …

      Go here – http://www.dailyblogtips.com/online-profits-is-open-and-now-it-is-free/

    2. Yes πŸ™‚ that’s why it pays to network and become friendly with the big hitters in your industry πŸ™‚ – they can literally make the difference between your success and failure.

  11. Lovely! I’ll download it right now πŸ™‚

  12. It’s too bad that tweetups in my area never work… There are like 6 of us within 50 miles.

  13. Ary says:

    I guess that’s another contribution to tweeters programs, people that are using it and also for your followers. Tweet up makes everything seem like a meet up on Internet. That’s cool.

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