Twitter automation services aren’t worth a damn

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Here’s an idea for a disruptive technology, a service that tweets blog updates at fixed times of the day. Instead we get services such as http://twitterfeed.com/ that “update” every 12 hours, whatever that’s supposed to mean.

Or is there such a service and I’ve just not come across it?

Anyway, once Keith Kloor has paid me my 100 bucks on June 10th I will be back on Twitter to harass and enlighten my followers once again, and my efforts at self publication will reach mid season form.

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One thought on “Twitter automation services aren’t worth a damn

    Christian said:
    June 3, 2013 at 8:45 am

    What you could probably do is use the website ifttt.com to pipe blog updates from a RSS/Wordpress channel to a service called ‘Buffer’, which – if you connect your twitter account to it – lets you schedule tweets at specific times of the day.

    I am just experimenting to see if it can do what I want it to and haven’t quite got my head around it, so I may be overselling it. But at the very least it should give you a happy twenty minutes of procrastination!

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