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Twitterfeed, HootSuite RSS Feeds, and Blog Posting Schedules

Kikolani

Twitterfeed and HootSuite offer the ability to take a RSS feed from any site and update it to your Twitter account automatically when new feed items are found. Pros of Automatic RSS Feed Updating. Aside from missing out on your favorite bloggers’ posts, updating your feed automatically with one of these services allows you to: Have your social networks updated often, even when you’re offline. Twitterfeed Feed Setup. Twitterfeed Dashboard Feed List.

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Social Media Tools, Apps, Resources and Plugins

Harp Interactive

Use HootSuite to publish content to multiple social media accounts and/or platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Ping.fm (which pushes to many other platforms) and now they’ve just added WordPress functionality. HootSuite features it’s own URL shortner ow.ly shorten long URLs (using digg.com , bit.ly , snurl , twurl or is.gd ). cross-post your updates to Jaiku and many other sites like Facebook , MySpace , LinkedIn and more via Ping.fm. ping.fm.

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HootSuite for Blogging – Twitter Management for Bloggers

Kikolani

com blogs), Ping.fm, and FourSquare accounts. TwitterFeed is a service I have used to set RSS feeds from particular blogs to automatically tweet new posts from my account. So if you have favorite blogs whose new posts you always retweet, you can set their feeds up to automatically tweet new posts through any social networks you have setup on HootSuite. Plus, be aware of the time intervals you set for the feed service to check for and post new updates from your favorite blogs.

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7 Reasons To Add Amplify To Your Social Networks

Waxing UnLyrical

There are several other options, such as Flickr, Tumblr, WordPress, Blogger, etc… even Ping.fm. If you liked what you saw and read, Id love you to subscribe to my RSS feed or subscribe by email. Plus if you dont cross post the same URLs, its a good way to see which platform drives more traffic, builds connections, Amplify or Twitter. Mark as read Approve comment Davina, I think you can do that even if you use the same URL by looking at Google Analytics.

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Maximize Social Media Traffic to Your Blog

ProBlogger

Use social media distribution tools to send out your RSS feed. As a blogger, you want to promote your RSS feed as much as possible. Getting other websites to display your feed can result in increased visitors clicking through and viewing your posts. So how can we ensure our RSS feed is getting the attention and exposure it deserves? This is a guest post by David Cowling of SocialMediaNews.com.au.

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The Blogger’s Guide to Meaningful Engagement on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter

ProBlogger

Time decay: The newer the content, the more likely it will show up in your news feed. Like I pointed out above, if your content gets a low score, it may not even show up in the Recent News feed. So what you need to do is optimize your news feed. TweetDeck may have its advantages with a clean interface and URL shortener, but when it comes down to it, HootSuite delivers more value in these areas: Speed: TweetDeck’s Adobe Air is a massive resource hog.

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Facebook Insights from Social Media Club Hawaii | Bare Feet Blog

Bare Feet Studios

Target non-fans with a unique URL when they land on your page and provide custom messaging. Look at the quality of a person’s feed or entries: are they just adding links or are they engaging in legitimate conversation? Now is a good time to sign up to receive new articles by email as soon as they are published or subscribe to our RSS feed.

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Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

Convince & Convert

Meanwhile, however, I do very much like Facebook Lite , which strips down a lot of the shiny distractions, and gives you a threaded News Feed, birthdays, and events – and that’s about it. It works like bit.ly, but incorporates all URL shorteners into the data mix. Use WWSGD to include a little message before or after each of your posts, asking readers to subscribe to your RSS feed (or buy you a drink). link] jaybaer Funny enough, I've never used Ping.FM.