Twitterfeed.com “How To” Auto post to your Twitter or Facebook Accounts<br />TechnoTalkFromPapr8tzi<br />TechnoTalkFromPap...
Tutorial on Twitterfeed.com<br />Go to: <br />www.twitterfeed.com<br />Its as easy as: <br />Create My Account<br />Add My...
Create an Account<br />Sign up using your email address and password<br />Click Create Account<br />
Sign In<br />Log In using your recently created account  information including email address and password<br />
Create New Feed<br />Click on “Create New Feed”<br />
Build Your Feed<br />Name your Feed, and put in your RSS CODE<br />Click on Advanced Settings to expand features available...
Advanced Settings<br /><ul><li>Change your update Frequency from 30 minutes to 24 hours, and post from 1 to 5 new updates
Choose Title and/or description
Choose whom to shorten your URL through
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Searching for a way to auto post to your Twitter, or Facebook accounts? Want your blog posts to auto feed to twitter? Try Twitterfeed.com. Its simple and easy.

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  1. 1. Twitterfeed.com “How To” Auto post to your Twitter or Facebook Accounts<br />TechnoTalkFromPapr8tzi<br />TechnoTalkFromPapr8tzi.wordpress.com<br />Note this is a general overview of how to use Twitterfeed.com. <br /> You can find full instructions on how to use this tool at Twitterfeed.com<br />
  2. 2. Tutorial on Twitterfeed.com<br />Go to: <br />www.twitterfeed.com<br />Its as easy as: <br />Create My Account<br />Add My Feeds<br />Track My Feeds<br />Click on Create my Account<br />
  3. 3. Create an Account<br />Sign up using your email address and password<br />Click Create Account<br />
  4. 4. Sign In<br />Log In using your recently created account information including email address and password<br />
  5. 5. Create New Feed<br />Click on “Create New Feed”<br />
  6. 6. Build Your Feed<br />Name your Feed, and put in your RSS CODE<br />Click on Advanced Settings to expand features available<br />
  7. 7. Advanced Settings<br /><ul><li>Change your update Frequency from 30 minutes to 24 hours, and post from 1 to 5 new updates
  8. 8. Choose Title and/or description
  9. 9. Choose whom to shorten your URL through
  10. 10. Include prefix or suffix text to include with each both, or choose to post only keyword content</li></ul>Click Continue to Step 2<br />
  11. 11. Choose account to auto feed<br />Choose which accounts to feed.<br />Note: Be sure you are logged into facebook/twitter or the accounts you want to feed to, click the “Authenticate” button to allow Twitterfeed.com access to your accounts you want to feed to. You can pick pages for facebook after you authenticate.<br />Click All Done and your feed is set to go live!<br />
  12. 12. It’s that easy<br />Check your accounts to see the auto posts.<br /> For troubleshooting see Twitterfeed.com for help at: http://twitterfeed.com/help<br />For other cool tips, tricks and technologies see my blog at: www.TechnoTalkFromPapr8tzi.wordpress.com<br />
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