Shout'Em Microblogging The end of Twitter
Microblogging is one of the fastest forms of social interaction online today. And sites like Twitter are at the top of the traffic ladder according to Alexa. Now you can get your own. Shout‘Em is releasing its first public beta trial of the system some are calling the “Ning of Twitter”.Shout‘Em has been in private beta but is announcing its going public at the Le Web 08 conference on December 9th and 10th in Paris, France. Considering the impact microblogging has had on the marketing world, this could be a huge move forward.

Shout ‘Em Features

This co-brandable microblog system is not short on features. It has great customization options and a premium option similar to other social sites that allows for a variety of branding choices, Shout‘Em claims ease of use that matches Twitter. It was also designed to integrate flawlessly with mobile browsers. The Basics of Shout'Em Microblogging Shout‘Em works exactly like other microblogs. The difference is that Twitter is massive and does not contain niche related groups or industry related targeting. With Shout'Em you can create niche related, industry targeted microblog systems to cut down on the amount of people and junk that simply do not pertain. And you get to administrate it, customize it down to actual CSS and market it. The company has put together a customized microblog system specifically for Mashable which can be seen below:

Premium Features Offered for a nominal fee is the premium subscription where you are able to add branding, have better control, etc. * Private domains instead of * Your own ads * More bandwith and storage * Unlimited number of subscriptions/followers per user * Mobile browser support * Other customizations by customer request According to, Shout‘Em has big plans for the future as well. Plans include SMS updates, support for wider range of mobile device, and Facebook and GoogleTalk integration. Still in private beta (need an invite code? Use doneright), the company is opening the public beta shortly and may become not only a great way to create an inner office microblog, but may finally give Twitter some real competition when others have not been able to.