An easy way to share your blog posts on your Twitter
profile, and more is to use the Twitterfeed Twitter app
. Not only is it easy to use, but it can help you save time and drive traffic to your blog by automatically publishing an update to your Twitter profile each time you publish a new blog post with a link to that post.
The Positives of Twitterfeed
Twitterfeed is free to use and very easy to set up. Just create an account and paste your blog's feed URL
into the text box provided to set up a new feed. You can also configure advanced settings such as a snippet of text to appear before the automated tweet (such as "New blog post"), frequency of updates, what tool you want to use to shorten URLs
, if you want to tweet the title of your posts and snippets or just titles, text to appear at the end of tweets, and more. You can also view simple statistics to learn what links are generating clicks on your Twitter profile.
The Negatives of Twitterfeed
There really aren't any negatives to Twitterfeed. It does what it claims, and it does it well. If you want more advanced features, then Twitterfeed might not offer everything you need, but to simply automate the process of updating your Twitter stream with links to your blog posts, Twitterfeed is a great option.
The Bottom-line about Twitterfeed
You can't go wrong with Twitterfeed. The price and ease of use make it worth trying!