We’ve seen a growing number of music artists using ThingLink to create interactive images for use online. Now those images have got a bit more useful, with news that they work properly as Twitter cards. Cards? That’s the feature on Twitter that displays multimedia content within the tweetstream, rather than sending users out to external sites. “Every time you share a scene on ThingLink to Twitter, the interactive image will show up live in Twitter’s stream,” explains ThingLink on its blog. “It allows you to show your highlighted party pics or display products directly to your Twitter followers.” Country artist Joy Collins has already tried out the new functionality in a tweet.

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