Publishing post links manually on Twitter or Facebook page really take too much time.There are ways to do it automatically from blogging platforms such as WordPress or Blogger.
One of our friend has asked us how to do it, as he can not find out the way to do it. Writing this tutorial here will help him, as well as help thousands of people seeking the answer.
You probably also know that there are many plugins for WordPress. There are many blogs that mention the topics of integration into Twitter and / or Facebook and Gmail, the self-publishing of blog posts on Digg, etc .
But in this article, we will introduce you to some tools that let you post on Twitter and on profiles or Facebook pages, whatever blogging platform you use!
All you need do is simply use the RSS feeds of your blog with these tools to configure the automation of routine publication of your articles on social media.
And mostly they allow for multiple stream input and output!
Twitterfeed automatically publishes your blog posts to Twitter, StatusNet, HelloTxt and Facebook from your RSS feeds. It is imperative to create a free account on Twitterfeed to use this service. You can then add your RSS feed to check it regularly and Twitterfeed publishes new entries on selected platforms.
You need to authenticate Twitterfeed tool to allow access to the functions of social media publications (this is a simple authorization to access your account Twitter / Facebook-up).
For Facebook, you can choose a publication on the wall of your profile, or a fan of your pages.
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dlvr . it is another service publishing content on the social sites. dlvr . it automatically broadcast your blog on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Buzz, Tumblr, StatusNet.
It also tells you the progress of your followers, friends and retweets.
Google Feedburner will allow you to publish content to Twitter. To use it, login to Feedburner account, Click your feed’s name, click Publicize and then Socialize. You will get the option to add your Twitter account and it will allow you to manage content:
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