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How to Auto Tweet your blog Post using Google Feedburner

Are you on Twitter? Do you use Google Feedburner as your email subscription tool? If your answers are yes to the questions then you need to know that you can now update your twitter status using feedburner.

Recently, Google added a feature to Google Feedburner which allows bloggers to update their twitter status automatically. You don’t need to type your status, Google feedburner will do all that for you.

Quickly, how do you set this up? Read and follow the screenshots below

1. Log on to your feedburner account and click on ‘Publicize’

When the page loads completely, click on ‘Socialize’ from the list on your left. After which you should click on ‘Add a Twitter account’. The page directs you to an authorization page where you will have to authorize feedburner to update your twitter account. Once this is done then you need to proceed to the next step

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From above you can see that I have added my twitter account which is adesojiadegbulu.

2. Choose a format for the way you want your twitter update will look like

Choose whatever you want your post content, hashtag, additional text, item limit and item order to look like. You can get inspiration from my own choice of format from the screenshot below.
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3. Other format and Sample Preview

You should also choose how you want your items to be ordered. You can also specify which keywords you want to add to your twitter content.

After you have chosen your desired format, you will get a sample of how your twitter updates will look like.

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4. Activate the service

This is the most important part of all the tips above. If you do all the above without implementing the final phase, your work done is as good as zero. All you need do is to click the button below the form on your ‘publicize page’.
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Now check your twitter account next time you update your blog and you will see what this will do to your blog.

Do let us know which application do you use to auto tweet your latest blog post?

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  • varun singh

    Hi, i changed my Twitter username 2 days ago. now when i want to change the connected Twitter account on my YouTube channel, Blogger Blog, Feed burner i get only this “Sorry Something didn’t worked like it was supposed to, please try again later”. i tried hundreds of time on different browsers and PC’s but it didn’t worked. twitpic.com/b4gork – go to url for the screenshot. please is there anyone to help me out, i need help urgently.

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  • sudha

    cool one.. thanks for sharing great piece of information. I used to tweet each post manually. It was very time consuming. Now its very easy. Thanks again

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  • Jelbee

    this saves time tweeting multiple post.

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  • Prem pandit

    Thanks for this post.I was looking for a plugin for tweeting.but now its simple to connect with feedburner. thanks

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  • Harsh Agrawal

    PTR this works only for blog posts and not pages.

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  • Adesoji Adegbulu

    You welcome… make good use of it

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  • krike

    Thank you for the post, it really saved me a lot of trouble and space on my blog. I was searching for several plugins to autotweet but this solution is definitly the way to go :)

    I like plugins but I don’t wanna use it when there is another simple solution that saves some space :)

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  • Robocop

    Great idea — hand over more information to Google AND your twitter username and password.

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  • Business Marketing

    This indeed is a great tip. However, I already use twitter plugin to automatically tweet my blog posts.

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  • Adesoji Adegbulu

    I will let you know when i find more tips.

    Thanks

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  • Ileane @ Ms. Ileane Speaks

    Hi Adesoji.

    I connected my Google Buzz feed this way. Now everything I post on Buzz is shared on Twitter – not the other way around, which some bloggers do but I find it annoying. Thanks for sharing, do you have anymore FeebBurner tips? Let me know where I can find them.

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  • film izle

    use twitterfeed and Google feedburner. i must confess, i like the way Google feedburner auto-tweets. it includes hashtags for your post title. It has brought me more readers latel

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  • Siddanth

    If you have twitterfeed u can do it automatically u don need to do this …

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    • Adesoji Adegbulu

      i use twitterfeed and Google feedburner. i must confess, i like the way Google feedburner auto-tweets. it includes hashtags for your post title. It has brought me more readers lately

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  • Hammad

    excellent feature…didnt knew we can do this using feedburner…thanks a lot for this tip

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    • Adesoji Adegbulu

      It is truly excellent…you welcome

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  • kothapally arun

    Some times it so happens that we forget to tweet. At such times the auto tweet feature will be very useful.

    Also it is a must to tweet your post atleast once via tweetmeme.

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  • Adesoji Adegbulu

    you welcome Sonam

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  • Sonam

    cool one.. thanks for sharing great piece of information. I used to tweet each post manually. It was very time consuming. Now its very easy. Thanks again

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  • Siddhu

    Nice trick.. Now I don’t need to tweet each post manually :)

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    • Adesoji Adegbulu

      yeap siddhu :)

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  • NpXp

    I do not recommend auto tweet for all your posts. You never know what you post on your blog. So manual tweeting is the best I believe.

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    • Adesoji Adegbulu

      Auto-tweeting your blog post is good. Manual tweeting is also good. But to achieve the best of result, use auto-tweeting

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      • NpXp

        What if I don’t want certain post to be tweeted. :p

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        • Adesoji Adegbulu

          You will need to use the category or keyword filter

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