If you regularly post your blog posts to Twitter and Facebook, why not have someone else do it for you instead? Twitter Feed will take your RSS feed, visit it every 30 minutes or so, find updates and automatically post them to Twitter and/or Facebook for you.
You can customize it to just post the title, the description or both. You can even include a thumbnail image on Facebook. It’s easy to setup and maintain and can save you a lot of time if you blog regularly.
Here’s how to setup Twitter Feed. Before you start, please have an RSS feed already setup, as well as a Twitter account and a Facebook account that you’re logged into.
Step 1: Click Register
Go to http://www.twitterfeed.com. Click “Register” to begin the setup process.
Step 2: Complete the Registration Form
Fill out your email and password, then click “Create Account.”
Step 3: Enter Your RSS Feed
You’ll immediately begin the setup process. Enter your RSS feed into the topmost box.
Step 4: Advanced Settings (Optional)
Click the “Advanced Settings” dropdown box to change the update frequency, sorting, level of detail to each post and so on. Click Step 2 when finished.
Step 5: Select Service, Twitter
Select whichever service you want to link to your RSS feed. Here we’ll start with Twitter, then show Facebook.
Step 6: Authenticate Twitter
Click the “Authenticate Twitter” button to verify that you’re the owner of the account.
If you’re already logged in, Twitter will prompt you with an authorization box.
Once authenticated, click “Create Service” to continue.
Step 7: Select Service, Facebook
If you just want to connect Twitter, then just click “All Done!” instead. If you want to add Facebook as well however, click on Facebook to repeat the process.
Step 8: Authenticate Facebook
Facebook will go through a similar process. Click “Connect with Facebook” to begin.
Click on “Allow” to grant TwitterFeed permission to post to your wall and pages.
Finally, select which page or wall you want Facebook to post to, then click Create Service.
If you want to post to multiple Facebook pages, create another RSS link.
Step 9: Complete Setup
Click on “All Done!” on the services page once both Twitter and Facebook are setup.
Finally, your setup completion page will be displayed.
Any time you post a blog post, within about 30 minutes Twitter Feed will read the post and post it on your Facebook page/wall as well as your Twitter feed. It’s that easy!