Add some Jooice power to your Twitter account #startup

jooicer the new twitter toolJooicer the new Twitter tool to add some Jooice power to your Twitter account.  Jooicer is a brand new startup created by founders Bartolome Rodriguez and David Rodriguez from Spain, the guys created Jooicer really for their own use, when they found that their strategies on Social media needed some help.

You know how I love tools that can enhance Twitter, and I love to help startups – well this is one of them, I’m really liking this Platform. Yes, I like Twitter as it is, I like its simplicity, although that is changing. What love is that we can have these tools like the Justsayingapp – which adds voice to your tweets; to enhance to our social media strategies and I don’t see why we aren’t using all of them, or many of these tools anyway.

What is Jooicer the new Twitter tool

Jooicer is similar to IFTTT for Twitter, although for me I’ve used it more to analyze and calculate than to automate, which is really what IFTTT is about, I believe. IFTTT is also crossplatform so different in that respect. Jooicer, allows you to create your own recipes for Twitter or to use recipes that other people have created to implement your own social media strategy.

The sort of recipes you can create are 

  • Actions – favorites, follows, unfollows, retweets. 
  • Analyze Data – using hashtags, keywords, bios, tweets, names, handles 
  • Calculate ratios – same
  • Create Lists – same

Or if there is something you want to create, that you don’t see a way to do it, just go to the feedback tab and ask away.

This platform is in …. I think,  ALPHA, or early beta and you can you can request access here – The guys know its not ready, and they want your help to perfect it, so they can learn what you need it to do and to help you do it.

The way they have gone about this reminds me of Buffer, when Joel and Leo first founded buffer they were always on hand and around talking to everyone, taking on board suggestions, they were out there.  they were talking to bloggers and creating relationships, that’s why within 2 months Buffer was featured on 100 Blogs – They are continually working to make it better and always listen to the users.

This is what I feel Bartolome is like, replying straight away and so thankful for ideas, and having time to help me to create what I needed.  When founders are hands on like that it gives me a good feeling about the way a platform is going to go – I know they have to be hands on , as they don’t have funds to have a team of people helping them and if they just leave it, its not going to grow, but you’d be surprised how many start ups I’ve forgotten about because they stopped being involved or replying to questions.


Reports on Jooicer

Once you have created a recipe you get a detailed report to use,  however the recipe was made.

This was a precreated recipe which I was trying out – its called Discover my influencers created by @grandpicapp

This one shows you – who is following you that has over 10k following them.

Note: On all of the precreated recipes you can change any of the details or formulas you want.  So you could change this to 100k followers.


This is my Dashboard, I have been messing around with various different recipes to see what is possible, what works, and what doesn’t, but I’ve not really hit the tip of the iceberg with what I would like to do with this platform.  You can see already all of the information that I have collected.    Twitter is my favorite social network, and I can see a lot of potential with Jooicer – they are adding the ability to have more than one Twitter account and they will be adding things like sending the list or report to your email, there are already many other updates to be included.

jooicer the new twitter tool

If you want to see a “How to” on creating recipes please see the Jooicer.Blog which has more information about Jooicer the new twitter tool 🙂

Follow Jooicer on Twitter 

What tools do you use to help you enhance Twitter? Maybe I’m missing some..



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FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn an MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game)  is a relaunched version of Final Fantasy XIV (1.0)  Final Fantasy XIV/Legacy from 2010 which evidently was a bit of a flop.  The old version of the game was given an update in November 2012 but was ceased in December.   Since November 2012 Square Enix have been testing the new version of the FFXIV game in Alpha its now through to Beta Testing and is already available for preorder.


An Epic and ever-changing FINAL FANTASY as you adventure and explore with friends from around the world. Experience all the hallmarks of the best-selling franchise – airships, chocobos, moogles, and more!

Around a month ago I was lucky to notice that they are calling out for Beta testers, for PC and PlayStation so as a HUGE Final Fantasy Fan and a big fan of MMORPGs I signed up, not thinking I would really hear anything.  However soon after I found out that I had been selected. Testing was to commence that weekend – I was so excited!!  However I had big technical issues and I missed the first two weeks!!

FINAL FANTASY® XIV : A Realm Reborn™ Beta Tester Agreement

Everyone had to agree to a Beta Tester Agreement that prevents them from sharing any confidential information, or basically any information about the Beta so you will have to wait to hear any secrets. Even though I’m not a gaming critic – just a Final Fantasy fan, I think its safe to say that I have been thoroughly enjoying the testing and I will be buying the game. (You think that’s okay to say?)  And yes there will be also monthly charge for this game, similar to games like World of War Craft and even Runescape.

So in the meantime – I did hear that the Yogscast have actually been granted permission to publish videos on the beta, I thought I could share the Character Creation video with you, so you can see just how many options you are given!! Be sure to watch the rest of their videos.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Beta – Character Creation


The New Social Networks set to take on Twitter – Meet Subjot and Heello

New Social Networks set to take on Twitter

New Social Networks set to take on Twitter

Yes, new social networks launched recently – Subjot and Heello. 

We’ve all heard about Google+ the project that aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life is its claim. With its Circles, Sparks and Hangouts it makes it a little different to Twitter and Facebook.

However in the past two weeks we  have seen two new kids on the block.

Subjot – Created by Chris and Becky Carella and launched on the 4th of August  – in private beta.

The main element  is that is Chris and Becky believe that social networks can be overwhelming and sometimes we just want to read what we need to, not everything else at the same time.  So they have introduced Subjects in such a format that sets them apart from all other social networks, in my opinion.


Instead of following a particular person on Subjot you actually just follow the subject –

A user might have 4 subjects –  music, tech, windsurfing, cricket.

You might like this person and find them knowledgeable  about tech you don’t want to hear about the other subjects, then you would just follow tech.

When you “tweet” here you –  Jot your thought in the subject you have chosen – in 250 words and only the people that follow that subject will see.

I think this is a brilliant idea!  As do many others as in 9 days as closed beta they have 22 thousand users!   I must say both Chris and Becky are working very hard to make this happen, they are always there listening to suggestions and commenting on jots (tweets)  I personally have been there about a week, just cruising every now and then to see how it is going and I have 79  followers already, its very user friendly indeed.


Next we have

Heello  – Launched a few days go by Twitpic founder Noah Everett

I joined Heello a few days ago,  it is very much like the Twitter we knew and loved in the beginning –  I love the design of  Heello much more than I do newtwitter, Heello is more like a back to basics version of Twitter – which coincidentally is why I preferred twitter to other networks in the first place.

Sadly however, I haven’t been able to get my account off the ground yet, and every time I try there seems to be problems with servers, once I thought that I had forgotten my password and tried to request it but nothing happened.  There was nothing to welcome me, or to show me the ropes although it is very simple – to ping (tweet) you type in the “share what you are doing box”  and you can share this to twitter or facebook – to maybe create more interest.  So as yet I have ZERO  followers and ZERO  following nor can I see how to do this as I just get this message.

A lot of users are saying the same thing mentioning crashing and things not working and yet Heello claim that they are getting an astonishing 100,000 new users a day – so even with my maths that makes 400,000 users already!! – well if they are like me, they are users that cannot use!  I will keep trying though, as I do like the look of Heello in its Twitter simplicity.

There has also been a third element hanging in the wings for a while and that is incliq – they claim that incliq is a new revolutionary peer to peer social network.  I reserved my username here month ago but it hasn’t been launched yet.   They say they are still working on it and still taking reservations, so watch this space.


 For this we will have to wait and see!

I’d like to know what you think of the about new networks, have you tried them, what do you think?

Hope this helps




My Blog 2010 – including Top 5 Posts.

I’d been looking through some stats from last year and I have been very pleased with how my blog has evolved and how interest has grown.  After, at first not really knowing how it was going to turn out or what I would blog about, its turned itself around and ended up being more of help or information page, with reviews and my views on various applications, programs, and subjects. Which I’ve enjoyed very much, I look forward to being offered more trials or beta testing in the future, so that I can let you know my findings. 

Don’t forget you can contact me via email on if you have anything that would you like me to test or find out about. 

It was interesting to see which posts had received the most views, so in celebration of that, I thought I’d just post them again.