Kamis, 11 Agustus 2011

How to Auto Post Twitter From Blogger

Copy your blog’s RSS feed to your computer’s clipboard. Most Blogger layouts include a link that says “Subscribe to: Posts (Atom).” Right-click on this link and select “Copy Shortcut” from the pop-up dialog box that appears. This copies your blog’s RSS URL to your clipboard.

Create a free Twitterfeed account by visiting twitterfeed.com and clicking the “Register Now” button in the middle of the page. Enter your email address and desired password in the form, then click the link in the confirmation email Twitterfeed sends to the email address you entered.

Click the “Create New Feed” button in the upper-right corner of your dashboard while logged into your Twitterfeed account.

Enter your blog’s name in the “Name” field and paste your blog’s RSS address in the “Blog URL or RSS Feed URL” field.

Click the “Test RSS Feed” button next to this field to ensure that you’ve copied and pasted the URL correctly.

Click the “Advanced Settings” link to expand the advanced options for your Twitterfeed.

Optimize your Twitterfeed for posting on Twitter. Twitter only allows you to post updates of up to 140 characters, so select “Title Only” under the Post Content field. Twitterfeed’s default is to include your blog posts’ titles and descriptions, which may result in Twitterfeed posting descriptions that Twitter has cut off mid-sentence. Check the box next to “Post Link” and select a URL shortener, such as bit.ly. This posts a link to your blog post on Twitter, while shortening it to as few characters as possible.

Include a prefix for your Twitterfeed tweets, such as “New Blog:” or “Blog Update:,” which lets your Twitter followers know what the contents of the tweet include and differentiates your blog’s Twitterfeed tweets from your ordinary tweets.

Click the “Continue to Step 2″ button at the bottom when you’re done customizing and optimizing your Twitterfeed.

Add your Twitter account’s information to Twitterfeed. Click the “Twitter” link under “Available Services,” then click the large, bright blue “Authenticate Twitter” button beneath. Follow the on-screen instructions to authenticate your Twitter account, logging in to Twitter, if prompted to do so. When the authentication process finishes, Twitter re-directs you back to your Twitterfeed dashboard. Click the “Create Service” button at the bottom to finish adding your Twitter account to Twitterfeed.

Click the “All Done!” button on the next screen to begin automatically posting to Twitter from Blogger on the schedule you specified in your advanced Twitterfeed settings.

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