Robert Scoble (scobleizer)

Celebrities and brands take control of Twitter accounts with media gurus PAY ATTENTION!

Robert Scoble via
Michael Blogs (Michael_Blogs)

(Twylah) is like my personal Twitter website. Not just a page, but a real site.

Michael van der Galien via
The Globe and Mail (globeandmail)

My Twylah homepage looks even more dynamic than my actual website.

Amber Macarthur via The Globe and Mail
Cindy Ratzlaff (BrandYou)

...a beautiful SEO optimized webpage that gives readers a clear visual impression of who you are and what you talk about.

Cindy Ratzlaff via
Jure Klepic (jkcallas)

...I use Twylah as my primary tool for determining my influence and that of others

Jure Klepic via Business 2 Community
Neal Schaffer (NealSchaffer)

(Twylah) can be an absolute game-changer in terms of harnessing the potential SEO value of your everyday tweets.

Neal Schaffer via Windmill Networking
The Next Web (TheNextWeb)

Twylah is a great way for websites, products, venues, and even individuals to create one page, which sums up what they’re about.

Nancy Messieh via The Next Web
Mike Mueller (MikeMueller)

(Twylah) takes the mess of my Twitter stream, filters it and arranges it beautifully into a single page

Mike Mueller via 210 consulting

Super-easy to use and a much better storefront for your Twitter brand than the somewhat wonky Twitter stream.

Victor Hernandez via CNN
Jeff Bullas (jeffbullas)

it is like having "Twitter on Steroids"

Jeff Bullas via