I’m reading forum topics, and Marisa Wright recommends to set up hub pages to tweet automatically.
(I’d ping Marisa as a courtesy because I’m talking about her but don’t know how to that.)
What does this mean, how is it done and is it beneficial?
I did set this up about 6 months ago but can't really remember what I did I'm pretty sure I used twitterfeed.com and my "latest" feed url.
Your latest feed url would be: http://hubpages.com/author/J+Sunhawk/latest/?rss
All it does is post your newest hub link to twitter. I don't get much benefit from twitter myself, but others do.
I use http://twitterfeed.com/ - it posts automatically and only takes three or four steps to set up.
Although if I could be bothered, I'd advise using hashtags - you reach a wider audience.
Thanks for the Feedage link. Now I need to figure out what RSS is and how it works. (I feel like I'm back in college cracking the books.)
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