In 2012, ThingLink was the first media platform to bring interactive image sharing to Twitter. The feature was hugely popular especially among customers who use ThingLink for creating editorial content and marketing campaigns. Later on, Twitter changed their product policy for 3rd party embeds, and the integration stopped working.
Watch this short video to acquaint yourself with how easy it is to create a ThingLink with out latest updates included. In this video you will learn the 3-step process of uploading content, using the five tag layouts available, and publishing your content. We are always looking to improve our product and would love to hear from you with feedback or feature requests, don't hesitate to get in touch!
ThingLink is starting an interactive video pilot program for higher education and eLearning. The goal is to collect feedback from our users regarding:
ThingLink user: Dirt Rider - 10 Items To Use When Changing A Dirt Bike Tire
Description: Dirt Rider is a digital media publisher who provides their readers with buying guides, gears and parts recommendations, and how-to content for dirt bike riding. In this specific article, Dirt Rider educates their readers with unique tips for decreasing the hassle of changing motorcycle tires and different products they recommend. While watching the how-to video, readers can learn more and purchase the ten products Dirt Rider recommends by clicking on the interactive hot spots that appear throughout the video.
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Workplace training is mandatory by law and every company needs to provide it. However, providing training for your employees and keeping them up to date can be time, cost and labor intensive. Watch this video to learn how a ThingLink account offers you the opportunity to create information rich and engaging training materials for your employees.
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Videos are the most popular and effective form of media for online training. However, there are two major challenges when it comes to creating training videos: 1) Each viewer has a different previous level of knowledge and 2) Explaining all of the details your employees need to know often makes videos way too long. ThingLink provides a great way to embed all of the information that you need into a video that is short enough to hold your viewers attention while still making an impact.