If you like a Twitter page so much you find yourself constantly posting their tweets on your own page, an automatic solution would be handy. Using an online RSS service coupled with the automation website Zapier, we can create a method to automatically retweet someone’s tweets.
While the “Retweet” status won’t be activated upon sending these tweets, you can mimic another profile’s tweets by simply subscribing to the profile via RSS and then posting the RSS feed to your own Twitter page.
If you’ve been on the Internet lately, you’ve noticed a popular new service at RadURLs.com, which aggregates all the most popular shared URLs on Facebook and Twitter into one page. The top 100 links are shown, and is updated every 15 minutes with fresh content.
You could sit there all day and find new, cool articles or videos to read, or you could simply subscribe to an RSS feed of the content and watch it fill up your feed client.
The following info will pertain to using Thunderbird’s feeds feature, but it should work in other clients as well.
Google Plus defaults to revealing the number of people who have you in their circle. For example, if I have 2,000 people that include me in one of their Google Plus circles, that number will be shown on my page for all to see.
This is very easy to remove, so we’ll be looking at the steps for doing just that.