Skip to main content

Socialize Your Blog Feed with Twitter and Use Google URL Shortener

Google URL Shortner is used to squeeze the web links that is easier to share with friends like social sites, emails and sms.Most of them want to publicize their blog articles in social site but when they put blog article headline along with the link then social site will update the status if the characters is limited to 144 character but if exceeds 144 character then the content is not getting published.

In this article i am going to explain you how to use Google URL shortner for your blog article to socialize in social site "Twitter".

twitter blogger

Google URL Shortner is only for Google products.

If you are Already burned feed for your blog in FeedBurner means you can  skip step 1 and 2.

  1. Go to and login with your google account. 
  2. After Successful login Create your blog feed. 
  3. Now click on your created Feed.It will show your Feed burner Dashboard. 
  4. In Dashboard Click on Publicize Tab. 
  5. In publicize tab look out for service which is in right column and click on Socialize Link 
  6. Now click on "Add a Twitter account" it will redirect to twitter account verification and enter your twitter username and password to Allow Google blogger to update your status. 
  7. Once your Twitter account verified then Twitter page will redirect to your Feed burner publicize button. 
  8. Modify your Format option like post content, hash content, link and additional tags. 
  9. Now click on Save button that's it it will be like active service.
  10. Whenever you post a new article then  feed burner will create a new tweet in your twitter account along with popular keyword hashtags. Now enjoy the automated twitter updates from your personal blog.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Connect To JioFi Device Without Knowing The Passwords Using WPS

If someone in your home or your friends are using Jiofi device and he/she is not sharing the password with you then i am going to share you a simple trick, so you can easily connect to the jiofi router without the need of password and start using the unlimited internet.

This trick can be achieved using the WPS technology (Wi-Fi Protected Setup; originally, Wi-Fi Simple Config) is a network security standard to create a secure wireless home network.

Follow the steps to get the internet for free using the "WPS Push Button Method"
Go to your Wifi Settings in your smartphone device like Android Turn on your Wifi Click the option button and select the  "WPS push button" and you will be seeing the popup window like this below picture.
Now take your JioFi Device and in the right side, you will seeing the WPS button  Hold the WPS button for few moments and see the Jiofi display, so the wifi icon will blink. After few seconds, your smartphone device would have shared the Wifi…

How Automation Can Make You Better at Your Job

Growing your business goes hand in hand with growing your skill set. With all of the new technology and software available to companies today, it would be foolish for businesses not take advantage of them.
When it comes to implementing automation into the workplace, businesses can expect to see an improvement in their business and employees across the board. Automation can benefit your business in multiple ways.
From increasing productivity and optimizing your procedures, to allowing employees and employers to learn new skills–automation has a wonderful range of benefits. Here are some ways automation can make you better at your job: Organize Information Faster with Automation Automation services and tools help transfer, maintain, and organize information as fast as possible. When software is used in the workplace, businesses can rest assured that their data will be perfectly protected, free from any human error.
All of the information that your business works through on a regular b…

Samsung Android 6.0 Marshmallow Supported Devices

Android Marshmallow is finally available. List of Samsung Device that can be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ Samsung Galaxy Note5Samsung Galaxy A8Samsung Galaxy A7Samsung Galaxy S6 edgeSamsung Galaxy S6Samsung Galaxy Note 4Samsung Galaxy AlphaSamsung Galaxy S5