Shutting Down Of Twitterfeed

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  1. Nakitakona

    NakitakonaActive Member

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    Are you using Twitterfeed before for sharing your website or blog updates? By the closure of Twitterfeed, I am sure you would be worrying about.

    This has happened in my case for I have several blogs and I share them to several social media. Aside from the Facebook and Twitter, I avail of the service of Twitterfeed. It tweets my posts every time I publish them online in the form of RSS feed. The problem started when it is announced by its founder/owner that it would be shutting down by 31st of October to the email sent to me.

    I am really curious if it is shut down since it was announced tis closure October 31st. I check it and this is what I got:

    Closure of Twitterfeed-rev.

    Have got any option to share your blogs aside from its recommended service as shown in the screenshot?
     
  2. Jessika

    JessikaActive Member

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    I was an avid Twitterfeed user, and really irritated when it closed down. I moved my sites to using a wordpress plugin that shares them automatically across several services (I think its Microblog poster, but I'd have to check).

    I also used Tweetdeck and that's now gone online only, which is really annoying.
     
  3. Decentlady

    DecentladyActive Member

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    I had never used twitterfeed for my blog so I am not really affected. However, I can see it is a lot of loss of income for those who used to utilize their services.

    I see them recommending another link. Perhaps that could be of some help?
     
  4. Jessika

    JessikaActive Member

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    I forget to mention "If this, then that". IFTTT.com lets you link feeds or system together so they can feed off each other. It only does the main networks and does not support google+ or google pages but if you want your blogs RSS to feed to Twitter or Facebook it might be very useful. This is really true if you aren't using wordpress, so you can't use the plugins.

    It is also free, which is the best price!