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Customize a Twitter Card for any link you want to Tweet

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Sam BauchHunter@sammybauch · Maker
Been hacking on this past 8 weeks or so, let me know what you think!
Ryan@ryandawidjan · product+biz NYC
Wow, Sam. Really nice work - playing around with it as we speak. Cards are the future - tool is really robust and helpful. Excited to see where you take this
Sam BauchHunter@sammybauch · Maker
thanks Ryan! I think so too, in one way or another. A big reason I wanted to build this is to get more deep linking out there. I hate opening modal web views in Twitter. I hope the future of mobile involves everyone realizing that we all win when our apps play nice together! Seems like your team is executing against more of a long term vision of what cards can be cross platform - heady stuff! I think I'll stick with Twitter, but I see a lot of opportunities in Twitter Cards - for ads, lead gen cards, etc.
Andy Keil@alwaysunday · Product at Rodio
I guess I don't have a firm grasp on the twitter card system yet. Does twitter have an official way to create these cards or is it reliant on their automatically generated cards based on partnered URLs?
Ryan@ryandawidjan · product+biz NYC
Andy, here's a quick piece. https://dev.twitter.com/docs/car... Twitter aims to create cards when the crawler comes across a web page with the respective meta tags - informing the crawler of what structured information it should take. different attributes for different cards. ie product vs photo. If the page contains no tags, then no card can be created. Brands, individuals and content sites can validate their site url once to get up and running