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Feed Tweetifier

Description

Feed Tweetifier will give you an extra RSS feed that has a nicely formatted title tag. This is great for using with Twitter RSS feed tools that can push your feed into your Twitter stream.

You might have seen @techcrunch sends its tweets in the format: “article title http://link.com by @username”

This tool does very similar and you can customise how your feed looks by creating your own template.

Once that is done you can see your feed at http://your-blog-url.com/?feed=tweetified

BEWARE: This tool does not work if you have the FeedBurner redirection plugin.

Screenshots

  • This is the main settings screen
  • This is an example of what the RSS feed looks like (using the settings in the above screenshot)
  • This is an example of a Tweet sent from HootSuite using the tweetified feed shown above

Installation

  1. Copy the feed-tweetifier-0.1 directory in your WordPress plugins directory (usually wp-content/plugins).

  2. In the WordPress admin console, go to the Plugins tab, and activate the “Feed Tweetifier” plugin.

  3. Go to the Options/Feed Tweetifier Tab.

  4. Assign a Twitter username to each of your authors.

  5. Grab your new RSS feed http://your-blog-url.com/?feed=tweetified

  6. Go to TwitterFeed, EasyTweets or HootSuite and set up your RSS feed to publish to your Twitter account.

FAQ

Where is my tweetified feed?

It’s really simple – http://your-blog-url.com/?feed=tweetified This can also be uses for subcategories etc.

The feed keeps redirecting to my feedburner feed

The plugin is imcompatible with the Feedburner Feed Smith plugin

Contributors & Developers

“Feed Tweetifier” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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