How To Get Automatic Tweets On Your Twitter Page

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on March 14, 2010
Posted Under: Twitter

This is how to get automatic Tweets on your Twitter page, when you get too busy or overwhelmed to do it yourself.

link_twitterfeedTwitter Feed, is a simple free tool you can use to pull in RSS feeds from your blogs, article sites, or any other site that has an RSS feed you want to hook up with.

You can use Twitter Feed with only your own blogs, or in conjunction with your friend’s blogs and other quality sites that you would like to use to update your blog.

This works great for people who are often too busy to post to their own blogs on a regular basis.

First do a Google search for Twitter Feed, go to their website, and sign up for your free account by providing your email address and creating your password.

  • You will then be directed to the second step where you create your feed for your blog.

Here is where you name your feed, and insert the RSS feed URL for your website.

The URL of your feed will depend on which blogging platform is used, but you can usually find it by clicking on a button or icon labeled “RSS”, “Atom”, “Syndicate”, or something similar or by clicking on the icon located in the right hand side of your browser address bar.

If you still have trouble finding it, you can always check the documentation of the blogging platform software that you are using.   This should tell you how to find the feed URL.

You can click on the advanced settings to further customize how you want your feed sent.

  • Next you move to step two where you configure your publishing services.

Here you can get automatic Tweets on your Twitter page, Laconia, Ping.fm, Hellotxt, or Facebook by just clicking on each service and either joining, or activating and authenticating your existing subscription.

That’s all the work you need to do to finish your feed and to get automatic Tweets on your Twitter page.

You can create all the additional feeds you like by signing into your dashboard and following the above procedure.

This is probably one of the easiest ways to get automatic Tweets on your Twitter page, Facebook, and your other publishing services.

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