Twitter”. Like I didn’t have enough to occupy my time, I have now subjected myself to hundreds of daily updates on a wide range of topics from hunting, fishing, weather, national and local news updates to scores of other related and unrelated informational injections. Through an application called “Twitterfeed”, I join in on the fun and am able to automatically send my blog updates to Twitter to alert any of my “Followers” when I write new posts. These notifications appear as short one-lined titles with short URLs that direct “Followers” where to go if they wish to read the provided article or find additional information.
At first, I found Twitter to be a little bit overpowering, as there are simply to many updates. To assist in managing the shear volume of information, I quickly learned to organize “lists” and “favorites” that help to center your attention on smaller more manageable bits of data.
If you haven’t yet connected your blog to twitter, I suggest you give it a try! It certainly helps in distributing your posting notifications to a much larger audience.