Cheesetoast » twitter http://www.cheesetoast.co.uk Brain Food for Web Developers Mon, 07 Jul 2014 23:18:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.15 Automatically Post to Social Networking Sites From Your Blog http://www.cheesetoast.co.uk/automatically-post-social-media-blog/ http://www.cheesetoast.co.uk/automatically-post-social-media-blog/#comments Sun, 25 Mar 2012 21:28:11 +0000 http://www.cheesetoast.co.uk/?p=315 Use Twitterfeed to automatically update your social networking websites directly from your blog!
Twitterfeed is a social media publishing tool that can handle multiple social networking accounts on your behalf! It keeps a close eye on your blog's RSS feed and posts new entries to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. It's easy to setup and you can create multiple feeds to different blog categories. Continue reading

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Use Twitterfeed to automatically update your social networking websites directly from your blog!

Now that the Internet can be accessed from your desktop computer, your phone, your tablet, and even your fridge it’s more important than ever for a lot of professionals to establish their online presence. One of the best ways to get noticed is to sign up to a whole bunch of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Delicious, etc. (the list is very long). The obvious problem is that the more networking sites you sign up for, the more work is involved in updating them all. Without regular updates there’s a good chance your online presence will start to go stale.

Luckily, Twitterfeed can post to multiple social networking accounts on your behalf. It’s a social media publishing tool which keeps a close eye on your blog’s RSS feed and posts new entries to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. It’s easy to setup and you can use multiple feeds for different blog categories.

As well as posting automatically, Twitterfeed also keeps track of the number of clicks per link so that you can monitor how much attention you’re getting.

If you’re interested in getting started visit Twitterfeed.com and sign up for a free account (you can even sign in using an OpenID).

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