You’ll notice, in my demo form I have some of our favorite social media outlets… Clicks + Source of Click = Quantifiable Data Quantifiable Data + ATS Reporting = Metrics Bit.ly + Google Forms = Effortless/FREE Metrics
Enter your Twitter UserName and a Keyword you’d like to filter your tweets by, then click “Run Pipe”.
‘ Right Click’ on “Get as RSS” and select “Copy Shortcut” (If using IE) OR “Copy Link Location” (If using FireFox).
Visit http://feedburner.google.com and paste your link in the “Burn Feed” box and click “Next”, “Next”, then copy the link it generates on the “Congrats” screen.
Visit http:// dlvr.it , paste your feedburner link inside of the “What’s your blog or feed url?” box, and click “Get Started”. Once inside, make a password, then add the accounts you wish to have your tweets sent from.
is an all-in-one application for extracting and organizing information from online sources; a powerful automation engine that explores for you large series of Web sources and brings back the answers instead of telling you where they are. – OutWit.com
is your WebTop for finding and collecting documents, spreadsheets, presentations... – OutWit.com
Example of Outwit Docs YouTube Video: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =a0Q9whyM2y4
Example of Outwit Hub YouTube Video: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =4kCtVpzns5c
Grease Monkey Scripts can be found at: http:// userscripts.org
John’s Script can be found at:
*NOTE: John Recommends using another add-on called “TamperData” in his description. I would HIGHLY advise against it unless you know what you’re doing. It could get you in a lot of trouble if used incorrectly.
3M Company ADP Black & Decker Boeing Boulder Labs Library Bridgestone Firestone Compaq CSC DSI Eastman Kodak Company eBay Epson America Gateway General Mills Goldman Associates Hewlett Packard IBM Informationssysteme GmbH (Germany) IDG Norway (Norway) Integrated Automation Pty Ltd (Australia) Intel Corp Lockheed Martin Logica UK Ltd (UK) Logic Vision, Inc. Lotus Development (Germany) Lord Corporation
Loveridge Machine Co. Lowe's Food Stores Inc Lucent Technologies Services, Co. Lynx Real-Time Systems, Inc. Macromedia Inc. Mitsubishi Electric Automation New England Electric Wire Corp. NHS Supplies (UK) Nimbus Manufacturing, Inc. Nike Northern Airline Services Ltd (UK) Novell Ruby Tuesday, Inc. Schoolastic Techtronics, Inc. The CIT Group The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. UPS Worldwide Logistics Xerox Corporation Just to name a few… (According to their site)
Building An Auto-Tweeter Step 1 Logically: 1) Need to open Twitter “Web Site” which uses “Internet” Internet Web Site
Building An Auto-Tweeter Step 2 Logically: 2) Need to “Type” my Tweet which uses the “Keyboard” 3) Then hit “Tab” * followed by “Enter” using the “Keyboard” Keyboard “ Text Type” *”Tab” is required because the Twitter Status Box processes the “Enter Key” as a “Drop Down” or “Carriage Return”. “Tab” moves the focus off of the Status Box and onto the “Tweet” button.
Building An Auto-Tweeter Step 3 Logically: 4) Need to tell it When to “Activate” , ie: “On Schedule” . 5) Then “Save and Close” . 6) Make sure Twitter.com is set to “ Remember Me ”. “ Activations” “ Schedule” “ Save and Close”
Some Other Recommendations… (if you’re feeling motivated or if we still have time)
3. Copy YOUR Bit.ly “API Key” 4. Visit my Google Doc – http://bit.ly/SC10GDOC 5. Clicking the “ File ” button within the document and chose: “ Make a Copy ”. 6. After that, switch to the “ AuthSheet ” at the bottom of the doc, change the Login and API Key to your own.
“ Make a Copy” Update Login/API Key Auth Sheet
Go to this Google Doc, and “Make Copy” for yourself. http://bit.ly/GMSC10DemoDoc
From the New Google Doc you create, click “Form > Go to Live Form”.
From the URL of the form that opens, grab the “Key”, copy it, and Save it somewhere. Example: https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&authkey=CPyH4ooH&form key = dHVMS2lnUkNEVHJYbl9NWXBwd3VibUE6MA #gid=0