9 February 2013

How To Easily Import Blog Post To Facebook & Twitter

Today, every blogger needs to promote their blogs on social network to get maximum for their blogging. Large number of visitors daily hits on social media so, it can be a better option for blogger to drive traffic for blog. Twitter and Facebook are one of them, which drives huge amount of traffic to many blogs. You can also improve your blog SEO, if you are linking your bog content to social media and it will further improve your blog listing in various search engine.

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These tutorials uses either 3rd party sites,like Titterfeed, or uses something typical techniques which are not liked by new blogger, ABT team constantly improving the content with the hope that it will be performed by every reader.

Here we are talking about Feedburner, a very useful offered by Google to manage RSS feed,which can be easily used to transfer blog post to Twitter page and further it will be transferred to Facebook. Finally you can transfer you feed to Facebook and twitter both simultaneously with the help of Feedburner only. Now there is no need to create a separate account on 3rd party sites just one Feedburner account is necessary.

So lets start the tutorial, but here we are assuming that you have already owned a active Feedburner account that will be further used.

How To Import Blog Post To Twitter

First of all we connect your blog feed, from your Feedburner account, to twitter.
  1. Log in to your Feedburner account from here.
  2. Choose Publicize from top menu and then choose Socialize from left menu.

  1. Click Add a Twitter account to connect Feedburner account to Twitter, it will redirect to Twitter page where you have to enter your log in information, after successful integration your twitter username will appear on Feedburner window. 
 
  1. Under Post content option, you can manage things that you want to tweet on your twitter page and the corresponding preview can also be seen at bottom part of window, after making all the necessary changes click to Activate option.  
Finally you have successfully integrate your Feedburner account to Twitter now you have to move feed to Facebook. You can use either manage connection option to transfer it to Facebook account or you can simply link Twitter to Facebook. Here we will use first option, so click on manage connection option.

A new window will pop up, click on Create an account and choose Facebook from list, enter your Facebook page url in the box provided then click Add button. If you did all this correctly it sends an conformation message to your Facebook dashboard which you have to click to activate this service.

I personally preferred this method as it provide easiness to reader to customize the tweet in different ways so use it efficiently and share your experience below with our audience:))

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