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Get the weather sent to you via Twitter17 Nov

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We’re pleased to announce @weather_tweets. It’s a service from us here at review’d that allows you to get the weather forecast sent to you via direct message on Twitter up to two times daily.

To sign up, simply go to and click the sign up link. From there, we’ll ask you to set up a quick profile that gives us the info we need in order to send you the weather forecast. You’ll tell us the time(s) and zip code — we’ll send you the tweets.

For many people, Twitter is used as a dashboard to get news, stay in touch with friends and colleagues, and to get useful information sent to you automatically. We recognized that there was a void in weather services on Twitter and felt like doing our bit to make a contribution to the Twitterverse. Now instead of needing to go to a dedicated weather forecast site each morning (or wait for Al Roker to tell us what’s going on in our neck of the woods), just check Twitter.

Also, since you have the ability to set notification settings for direct messages (DMs) within your Twitter profile, you can choose whether or not you want these passed along via e-mail and/or text message to your phone.

Traveling? No problem. Quickly log back in and update the zip code in your profile to the location you’ll be and @weather_tweets will take note and start giving you that venue’s weather forecast.

As of right now, we’re only able to provide you with the U.S. weather based on data from your friends at NOAA.

So what does this have to do with review’d? Nothing directly other than the fact that we love knowing what the weather’s going to be before venturing out in downtown Newburyport. But hey, you have to admit that it can get a little stormy inside Twitter now and again.

We hope you enjoy! Let us know what you think.

Oh, don’t forget to tell your followers on Twitter and Facebook about how they can get the weather too!

About review’d

review’d delivers marketing intelligence that helps companies and organizations understand and improve their presence online. It does this by gauging informal consumer interest — in near real-time — through the Twitter microblogging service. Learn more

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