In my opinion if you’re looking for a way to get your blog posts distributed into the twittersphere, then you should look no further than Twitterfeed. Hookup your RSS feed to a twitter account and you’re off and rolling.
I’ve been using Twitterfeed for quite awhile now and have it running on a number of different blogs for clients. I’m not the only one using the tool either, as you can see from the graphic above they’re pushing thousands of feeds through the tool.
With all that traffic, they’re also releasing some additional features for users.
Getting your message out there and the data to find out what’s sticking to the wall per se shouldn’t be any easier. Twitterfeed is delivering it all.
A quick review of the simple, basics is that you can tweak the feed to add a prefix or suffix to each tweet and schedule them so that they publish at pre-determined times around the clock.
If you’re not already using it, go take a look at Twitterfeed and see what you’ve been missing.