Portland, OR, May 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With the recent launch of Twitterlive.net, bloggers and social media publishers can now automatically publish content from blog feeds, including text and multimedia, in a customized format directly to their Twitter accounts.
Having an active presence on social-media networks has become a very important goal of any blogger or publisher and the micro blogging service Twitter has become the main player in this area. As a result, submitting blog entries or published stories to Twitter is vital in order to keep in contact with readers and increase the traffic to a site. Twitterlive aims to simplify this process through automatic feeding of social media content to Twitter.
Twitterlive is a free Web 2.0 service that lets users create a custom feed channel, automatically publishing their blog to Twitter, track the click-through rates, and collect real-time traffic data. This service offers great benefits for both publishers and users alike. Integrating Titterlive.net into a blog, publishers receive their own customized blog feed, while readers are able to quickly find relevant content and keep informed with the latest news headlines.
Twitterlive.net, with its innovative approach, creates a stable and reliable service making the effort of publishing a blog to Twitter an easy three-step process:
1. Create a new account or login with an OpenID
2. Add a feed channel using the RSS URL from the site
3. Watch the stats and track the clicks
“Twitter is not the one-and-only channel, but the fact remains that it is one of the most significant in terms of outreach, and the one where you can actively look out for readers instead of just sitting with your arms folded, waiting for them to waltz into your blog. Come to think of it, that image holds some relevance if you think about it – this service will let you fold your arms once you have set everything up and your blog’s feed starts being tweeted out,” said the KillerStarups.com review about the service.
Twitterlive was built by Sergio Tobon, an experienced .Net Web Application developer, who is passionate about twitter, Web services, and social media in general. His previous startups include the popular service pinmaps.net.
Twitterlive can be found online at http://www.twitterlive.net. In order to get updates about the service and other related news, read their blog and follow Twitterlive on Twitter @twlive.