Is there any love on Twitter?

Is there any love on Twitter?

Tweet-rings.com noticed a trend: Of all the tweet-rings that got made, almost none were Tweets. Is there any love on Twitter? Or are there no ‘Tweets that deserve eternity’?

After the launch the company got great press response from all over the globe. But the unexpected happened, that was not supposed to happen with tweet-rings. With every order it became more apparent that reality was the opposite of theory. Almost no Tweets ended up on the tweet-rings. So what díd?

“We thought it would be a good idea to create a product on which tweets could remain forever”, the founder of tweet-rings.com explains, “It seemed like a good idea at the time to create a website for people that would like a Tweet immortilized”. After the launch the company got great press response from all over the globe. Orders came pouring in.

But the unexpected happened, that was not supposed to happen with tweet-rings. With every order it became more clear that reality was the opposite of theory. Almost no Tweets ended up on the tweet-rings. What did end up on the rings?

Messages of love, some about love and… love.

The company decided not to ignore or fight reality, but to follow the trend and immediately started building on a new website. It launched last week and just like tweet-rings.com, this too is a website to create custom engraved rings online. The difference? 3D interface, bigger text, engraved on the outside and inside. On Typerings.com, lovers can get creative and create their own personalised silver or gold ring.


As a matter of fact, www.typerings.com is the world’s first website to create personalised rings in this way. Visitors can enter their own text and choose from eight divergent typefaces from Dutch type foundry Underware to give their words the right spirit, or upload a custom design. On the innovative personalised jewelry website, the “NikeID-like” environment makes it easy to view the design before buying it. The premium rings are made to order by one of the Netherlands’ oldest goldsmiths and are available in silver, white gold or yellow gold and delivered all over the world.

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