Tweet Your New Posts With Feedburner

Twitter is an effective medium to tell the others about your latest updates as well as your latest posts and articles. I believe some of us will tweet new posts and articles in order to attract more readers to read the article. The retweet service also helps to spread the word of your article to their followers and now – you can automatically tweet your new posts easier and faster with the new tweet feature from Feedburner.

twitterfeeddburnerThe feature is easy-friendly where Feedburner gives you several options – you can add your account to your Feedburner account, setting your formatting options and item selections, where you can limit what and the number of posts that will be tweeted.

The new URL Shortener by Google, goo.gl is also used as the medium to bring your followers from your tweets to your latest post and articles.

This is a nice feature as you don’t have to tweet your latest posts manually or using any plugin, especially for the bloggers using free blogging platform.

To use this service, login into your Feedburner account, go to Publicize tab and click Socialize. Then you will be displayed by several options and there you can set your Twitter account, formatting, items and etc. based on the options. If you need any help, you can refer to the guide here.

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4 comments… add one
  • Henri

    December 16, 2009, 12:16 pm

    This is pretty sweet. I still manually tweet my posts, but I will soon start automatic it in one way or another. I like Feedburner so might as well start using them soon 😉

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  • Agent Deepak

    December 16, 2009, 3:40 pm

    This is good news. Feedburner is improving. Its nice.

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  • Melvin

    December 17, 2009, 2:26 am

    Looks like google is shying away from the popular bit.ly shortener. Good for them

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  • Ruchi

    December 23, 2009, 6:14 am

    Thanks for sharing the info , i am going to do this straight away.

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