1. Connect your Twitter account to Twitterfeed
2. Copy-Paste your RSS feed url into Twitterfeed
3. Use the advanced settings to customize how the feed is tweeted. (Optional)
Then just click Create Feed and you’re done!
Please note that when you add feeds, it takes Twitterfeed about an hour to initially process them. However once that’s done your feeds should be published within minutes from then on.
Once your feeds are up and running, your dashboard will show you stats on how many people have clicked on each post. You’ll be able to compare posts and see just how Twitterfeed is helping to build your traffic.
If you use Feedburner and have authorized their awareness api then you can also see those stats on your dashboard, making it easy to compare your traditional RSS distribution with Twitterfeed’s social distribution.
Thanks again for joining Twitterfeed, if you have any problems or feedback please go to our Get Satisfaction page at http://getsatisfaction.com/twitterfeed/
the Twitterfeed team
The way it works is: when I go on facebook and write a note, the rss feed for the note tells twitterfeed to post is to this location as a tweet
I tested the system to see if it works and it does! I like the loop. I already loop back from twitter to facebook, so now I loop going back and forth, if I tweet it becomes a facebook status update, If I write a note it becomes a tweet, which winds up as a facebook status update. The only reason this does not become an endless loop is because facebook status updates do not automatically become facebook notes.