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Posted by on Oct 17, 2008

Almost two weeks ago I wrote a post on joint ventures and talked about J-V Network.com. While in the process of talking about that site, I walked through the process of finding a j-v partner and talked a little about a product for your blog called Tweet My Blog. I’ve had this bad boy sitting on my computer, as I was out of town for a week and have been catching up with other things since I’ve been home, and have now finally had a chance to do something with it, and wanted to tell you more about it.

Of course it’s a WordPress plugin, which we all know and love, and that’s a great thing because it means it’s easy to install. I opened the zip file, uploaded it to the blog, activated it and was ready to go. The first step is going into the settings to put in your Twitter name and password. You do that so that when you make a post, it’ll make the post for you. It will also show Twitter posts that either you make to someone or posts that someone makes to you, and you can set the number of posts you want to show, 5, 10, 15 or 20. However, you don’t do that here. Instead, after you put in your settings, which can include your affiliate number if you decide to become an affiliate with them, you go to where your widgets are and pull it over from there, then set the number of tweets you want to show.

I’ve done that part, and once I actually publish this post I’ll be able to see what it looks like on Twitter, which should be interesting. This will make it easier for me if it works properly because I won’t have to do a copy and paste to Twitter anymore, which I’ll like, although I will lose the ability to individually highlight my post before I post the link. But I’ll give up that luxury for the convenience.

This plugin really is that simple; if you’d like to check it all out, click on the affiliate banner below; happy posting!



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Interesting Mitch, I’m not sure if this is one that I will install though. Although I use twitter I’m not all that great a fan of it.

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October 17th, 2008 | 9:17 PM
Mitch:

I had noticed that your participation on Twitter has decreased drastically from when we both signed on initially.

October 17th, 2008 | 9:27 PM

Yeah, it’s annoying having all these people whispering at you all the time. I may just keep the important ones like you on my twitter account.

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October 17th, 2008 | 10:18 PM
Mitch:

As a general follow up, the post went directly to Twitter and it worked out great. It basically says it’s a new blog post, or whatever you want it to initially say since you can create that, then gives the title of the post and creates a Tiny url. So, this is a pretty good program, though I probably won’t put it on my business blog because I don’t want the tweets showing on the side of my blog there.

October 18th, 2008 | 9:36 AM
Mitch:

By the way, as an update, I just tested it and you don’t have to activate the TMB widget, and it will still send your new blog posts to Twitter. So, those messages will no longer be here.

October 19th, 2008 | 2:08 AM