vizifytwitterWhile there are Twitter analytics tools out there that can spit out in-depth personal usage stats, the data isn’t always aesthetically-pleasing on the eye, or “cool” for that matter.

Vizify wants to change that with a new feature called #FollowMe that instantly creates mini movie trailers full of sweet infographics based on your best Twitter moments.

Vizify, a Portland-based startup that turns your social media chatter into visualizations, today announced a new partnership with Twitter to aggregate your top photos, tweets, and followers all into a 30-second clip.

To build the video, Vizify quickly pulls from up to 3,200 of your most recent tweets, up to 800 of your most recent mentions and replies, your most popular photos, as well as your Twitter profile photo and bio. You can also edit the video to change the order or content, and choose different music tracks provided by Friendly Music. The result looks something like this:

Vizify users can then tweet out the clip or embed it into their personal graphical profile, which neatly summarizes and displays your Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and foursquare content.

editvizifytwitterThis is Vizify’s second partnership with Twitter, the first coming late last year for 2012.twitter.com.

“We think there’s a powerful complement between Vizify and Twitter’s respective missions,” Vizify CEO and co-founder Todd Silverstein said in a press release. “Twitter helps you connect to what’s most important to you; Vizify helps people connect with what’s most important about you.”

Vizify raised $1.2 million last year from a number of leading Seattle area angel investors. Participants in the round included Voyager Capital’s Bill McAleer, BigDoor chief design officer Matt Shobe, Seattle super angels Geoff Entress and Bill Bryant, former Qpass CEO Chase Franklin, venture capitalist Tim Draper and Picnik co-founder Jonathan Sposato. (Editor’s note: Sposato also is an investor in GeekWire).

The company, which had the unique honor of participating in both the Portland Seed Fund and TechStars Seattle incubation programs, was founded by Silverstein, Jeff Cutler-Stamm, and Eli Tucker.

Previously on GeekWire: Vizify turns your ‘ugly’ social media pages into a hip presence … Show your quirky side: Vizify unveils new bite-sized infographics just about you … You can now use #hashtags on Facebook

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