NutshellMail: Social Network Updates via E-mail

March 10, 2010

5:47 pm

With all the social networking sites out there, keeping track of all them can sometimes be a bit time consuming. Checking your Facebook news feed or Twitter stream can lead to an unproductive time suck. NutshellMail can help you keep track of everything by sending you a daily digest of all the latest updates via e-mail. It’s like a daily newsletter of your social news sent directly to your inbox.

NutshellMail sends you a highly customizable e-mail digest (from one to 24 times a day) of what’s happening in your social media sphere, so you can browse and get up to speed quickly, without having to visit several different destinations or applications.

Three things we like about NutshellMail:

  1. Twitter updates via e-mail digest – There is something to be said for a daily e-mail that gives a quick snapshot of all of your social media updates. Do you want to know who has just started to follow you on Twitter? Or who has unfollowed you recently? Or get all your direct messages and @ replies for the previous day? NutshellMail batches all of these items into one e-mail digest. You can even have it include your saved searches.
  2. Facebook reminders – You’ll never forget another birthday when you receive a daily e-mail update from NutshellMail informing you of all your friends’ upcoming birthdays. Also, find out who just sent you a friend request or other message.
  3. Interact with one click from your inbox – With NutshellMail, interactions with your Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, or LinkedIn account are one click away. I was impressed with how well NutshellMail has deeply integrated interactions with all of these services.

Check out the demo video to see NutShellMail in action:

NutshellMail: Simplify Your Online Social Life from David Lyman on Vimeo.

NutshellMail will be a showcased startup at TECH cocktail SXSW: Blackout Sunday presented by Microsoft BizSpark and Volusion on Sunday at SXSW 2010.

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Frank Gruber is the cofounder, CEO and Executive Editor of Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail). He is the author of the book, Startup Mixology, Tech Cocktail’s Guide to Building, Growing, and Celebrating Startup Success. He is also a startup advisor and investor to startups. Find Frank Gruber online and follow him on Twitter at @FrankGruber.

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