We were genuinely sorry to hear the news that our friendly competitor Twitterfeed would be shutting down on Halloween; in fact, we even wrote them a nice little piece called Requiem for Twitterfeed: why a startup competitor’s loss is a time for grief, and not celebration. Give it a read, we think you’ll like it.
We know that the ability to easily manage and schedule RSS content from blogs — yours as well as others’ — is an incredibly important function in your daily lives and careers, and that it’s a tremendous amount of work to set up. So we can imagine the frustration this transition period must be for you, and we want to make it as painless as possible.
So what follows is a simple 3-step walk-through of getting started with Twibble and adding your first feed. If you want a more detailed 10-step primer with an accompanying video, please click here.
But first, a few quick highlights about Twibble:
Twibble is designed to do three things very well, and very easily:
- Ensure your twitter account is always tweeting interesting, relevant content
- Increase engagement with your followers
- Gain you more followers
Last time, we talked about how you can use Twitter with Twibble, and ended up explaining the logic behind what it means to “get the most” out of Twitter.
Today we’ll go full circle and explain exactly how Twibble works, how to use it, and how Twibble was designed to achieve that aforementioned goal of “getting the most” out of Twitter.