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What can you tell me about a Web site called Twango?

Well, as a matter of fact, I can tell you a lot! I was introduced to Twango through our message board and after I started browsing through Twango’s Web site, I instantly fell in love. I think you will too. So, come along with me as we explore Twango together!

First of all, Twango is a Web site where you can upload and share your photos, videos, audio files and various other documents. Now, I know there are a lot of other sites online today that allow you to do all of that same stuff, but Twango definitely has its own unique factors. Twango is completely free to use and there is no sign up required. That’s right, you don’t have to choose a username and password or give out any of your other information if you don’t want to. That’s a great bonus in itself! (Now, you can, of course, sign up if you want to, but it’s not required! I will get more into that a little later on).

To use Twango without signing up, visit their Web site here. Once you’re there, the first thing you’ll see is where you can start to upload your files. Just hit the Browse button and find what you’d like to upload. Select it and then hit the Upload button. Your file needs to be 10 MB or smaller, but other than that, you shouldn’t run into any problems. Also, in the fine print below the Upload button, you’ll see that by clicking on it, it’s assumed that you agree to their terms of service and that the files you’re uploading are your own. Or, if it’s something from another owner, make sure you have all the copyrights for it.

Now, as I said before, it’s not required that you sign up to use Twango, but if you want to, you certainly can. To do so, just click on the “Sign up for free!” link at the top of the page. By doing that, you need to choose a username and password and give them your e-mail address. When you’re done filling everything out, click the Sign Up button. Once you’re all signed up, there’s a lot more you can do with Twango. Keep reading to learn all about it!

With the free membership, you can upload files up to 100 MB in size, upload multiple files at once, work with your video and audio players, create slideshows, page tickers, etc. and even easily organize your files. Another great thing about Twango is that when you upload a file, you can opt to get links to them to put in your blog or even send them through e-mail. This way, your friends and family members can see your photos, videos, etc. with just one click. The links never expire either, so they’ll always be there to view. How cool is that?!

Twango also offers up unlimited storage, so you’ll never have to worry about running out of room for all the items you’d like to share. And if you’re not sure if Twango is right for you, you can explore the site before you start anything of your own. You can see what other members are uploading, you can check out some of the other members’ profiles and see their latest comments. There truly is so much to do with Twango, you’ll never run out of options.

If you have some more questions about Twango, you can check out their FAQ page here [1]. They also have a Help link and a Contact page if you need some immediate help. All of those links can be found on their homepage. As you can see, Twango is the real deal and there’s so much you can take advantage of just by visiting their site. Check it out today. Twango just might be your new best friend!

~ Erin