Automatically Update Your Twitter And FaceBook Status When You Add A New Post On Blogger

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Twitter, facebook, Laconica, and Hellotxt are now one of the biggest visitors sources for a lot of blogs, so you have to use this services to get more visitors,
So you have to update your status regularly each time you add a new post on your blog so your followers and friends keep receiving the latest updates from your blog.
But updating your status regularly taking a lot of time, specially if you post many posts daily.
Today we’ll learn a new way that`ll save us more time. by using this tool you wont need to tweet and update your status on Twitter, facebook, Laconica, and Hellotxt.
You will just need to Authenticate your Twitter, facebook, Laconica, and Hellotxt account .
After this add your blog’s RSS feed link there . and you are good to go.

Lets Do It.
Go to, And click register now. Then fill the form and click Create account.
Then you’ll be taken to another page contain 3 steps.
Step 1: Name Feed & Add Source URL.
You’ll need to enter your
Feed Name
RSS Feed URL, your default blog url should be the following.
Or you can enter your feedburner url if you are a member of feedburner.
And click Continue to Step 2
Step 2: Configure Publishing Services.
In this step you will be able to Authenticate your accounts in Twitter, facebook, Laconica, and Hellotxt with your account,
For example click on Facebook, on the next page, click Connect with facebook, a new window will be opened, enter your facebook e-mail and password and clickconnect Then click allow access and click create service
And after you add and Authenticate all your accounts click All Done.
Step 3: Done.
On this step just click Go to dashboard. From your dashboard you can add, edit or remove services from your account.
And now you are done.

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