twitpic Twitpic Launches Video SupportTwitpic, Twitter media sharing site launched video support this morning enabling Twitter users to share their video clips in real time.  Users can post photos or videos to Twitpic from their phones, the Twitpic site, or via email.

This new feature is key considering worldwide company’s growing reliance on Twitter for marketing, customer service and news sharing, to name a few. Until now Twitpic only allowed users to upload photos to Twitter.

While you can already post Youtube links on Twitter, Twitpic differentiation lies on custom made video sharing abilities for Twitter users. With this new added feature Twitter is aiming to centralize media-share in real time.

Some researchers believe Twitter to be the next Social phenomena after Facebook. The microblogging site is expected to grow to $150 million in advertisers dollars in 2011.

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