Twitpic launched a new functionality this week – you can tag people in your photos! Face Tagging works just like tagging pics in Facebook. When you’re in your Twitpic, you click the “In this photo:” link, pinpoint someone’s face, and then enter their name and Twitter handle.
Of course, a person can choose to untag their picture (if it’s not super flattering of course). And you can include everyone pictured in a tweet automatically, or yourself at a later point. How do you know if you’ve been tagged? The only way you can tell (right now) is if you are listed in the tweet.
Will you be using this functionality? Is it useful or just fun?
Other news and tips across the blogosphere this week (June 11th):
Copyblogger: How to Use Stories to Change the World
Bloggers are storytellers, and your stories give you power.
How To Get Thousands of Visitors From Google
It’s easier than ever to get Google to send your blog thousands of visitors a month.
ProBlogger: 10 Foundational Tips for Bloggers Wanting to Make Money Blogging
Darren provides a few of the foundational tips for those starting out blogging.
Mashable: Twitter to Change Links and How They Are Displayed
Twitter has begun the rollout of t.co, its official URL shortener, to prevent malware and phishing attacks.
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