Get Yahoo MeMe Invitations Here!

We’re testing out Yahoo!’s new Twitter clone service known as yahoo MeMe. The service looks pretty nice from what I can see.

For us, marketers, this is not an Twitter alternative, this is another communication channel to look after. I really like the ability to easily split the content into four main media categories: text, photos, video, and music.

I still don’t get it what’s the main difference between video and music. I mean, videos can be music as well, can’t they? Perhaps they should have used word “audio” instead of “music” as it really specifies the media, not the content of the media.

How to get a Yahoo MeMe invitation?

Anyway… Check out our new Yahoo MeMe account and drop us a line in the comments here if you want a yahoo meme invitation. Make sure you leave us a correct e-mail address when you leave a comment since the invitations will be sent to that e-mail.

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