Agriya Adds Twitter To Its Knowledge Sharing Script, Anova

Chennai, India (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- Agriya, a web development company, announced the release of the Twitter module for Anova, a knowledge sharing script. With the Twitter module, Anova users can integrate their Anova site with Twitter and help their users become more social through the popular micro-blogging service.

Micro-blogging is a growing area in the social networking, so integrating Twitter with Anova is a good idea. Once Anova is integrated with Twitter, users can start accessing the Anova site using their Twitter account. Twitter users no longer need to register in the Anova site for getting access to it. The Twitter users will be likely join the Anova site as they can skip the registration process while enjoying the essence of the answering site.

The questions posted by the Twitter users can be shown in their Twitter profile page. Any one visiting Twitter users' profile page can answer their questions. The answer posted in the profile page will be displayed in the Anova site. Hence the chances of your questions being answered increase. By displaying questions in the Twitter profile page, users can get answers for their questions easily apart from promoting the site.

"We are pleased to announce the release of most awaited add-on the Twitter module for Anova" said Ms.Sheerin, the Vice President of Agriya Infoway. "The Twitter add-on is the must to have module for the Anova clients, to increase their global presence. We are confident that the Twitter module will satisfy our customers.

About Agriya infoway pvt ltd

Agriya Infoway is a Chennai based Web Development Company that sells scripts that can be bought by webmasters to build sites under various categories. It is currently releasing the Twitter add-on module for the Anova software, a Knowledge sharing script. Visit www.anova.tv for more details.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 19, 2009 at 1:26 am
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