Chirbit is an easy and fun way to share audio on any social network, but for this post I am going to focus specifically on Twitter. Follow these easy steps and you will be sharing audio on Twitter like a pro!
Part 1 - How to share your Chirbit audio on Twitter
- Sign up for a Chirbit account. All you need is a username, a valid email address and your password. You can sign up to chirbit here.
- Post your audio. This can be accomplished in a number of different ways with Chirbit.
- You can record your message straight from the browser using the Chirbit recorder, and your microphone or webcam.
- You can upload an mp3, wav or m4a file using the upload form.
- You can record your audio using your iphone voice memo app and submit it from your iphone ( This is the perfect way to post your audio on the go )
- Click on the Option button on your Chirbit post.
- Click the Tweet This Chirbit button. The "Tweet This" button will post your short URL and the Title you gave your Chirbit on your Twitter account. Currently you must be logged in to Twitter and you must click the update button manually for this to function. In the near future you will be able to choose to do this automatically for all of your posts via the settings area.
The short Chirbit URL look like this http://chirb.it/******
(the chirb.it domain followed by 6 alphanumeric characters) and will appear this way to you viewers:
On an iphone your chirbit will look like this:
Part 2 - How others are using Chirbit to share audio on Twitter
Some examples of Chirbit posts
- Poetry Nystagmus by Lloyd Fletcher
- Short Snippets from a longer Podcast Jeff Thinks He Has the Bird Flu... Riiight
- Your favorite Movie Quote The Snozzberries taste like Snozzberries!
- Audio Tweets Crazy golf
- Share music you've made Melancholie
- Sound Bites Charlie ringtone
- Pronunciations How do you pronounce Che?