The more I talk to people about how they use Twitter the more I find that nobody really uses Twitter in the same way. Today Matthew Lang (follow him at @matthewlang) shares with us the way that he shares bookmarks with his Twitter followers.
You’ve found a great article on the web, you bookmark it for yourself but you want to share it quickly with your followers on Twitter? Copying the url to a url shortening service and posting it on Twitter seems like too many steps.
What if you could bookmark the article and have it automatically posted for you? Well you can! By using TwitterFeed you can share you favourite bookmarks easily and quickly.
TwitterFeed is a service that allows you to publish a RSS feed automatically through to your Twitter account. For this technique I am going to use Delicious, as it uses tags and RSS, which are required for this technique. Many other bookmarking services also use tags and RSS, so you shouldn’t have any problem using your own favorite bookmarking service instead of Delicious.