How to automatically Tweet from Facebook

 
How to automatically Tweet from Facebook
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Frustrated at having to post a status update, tweet, and promote your blog post all at the same time? We can help you take one element out of that equation by automating it – namely by having your Facebook status updates automatically convert into tweets.

It's really a very simple process.

If you want your personal Facebook posts to also appear as Tweets, login to both Twitter and Facebook and use the Twitter application. Voila, you have linked it. Post to Facebook and check your Twitter. It really works!

If you are a Facebook page owner, you can do the same if you have a Twitter account for your page, or you want to post from the page to your personal Twitter account. To do so, simply visit facebook.com/twitter, and link it.

You can now post to Facebook, and Twitter will automatically syndicate the posts.

To do it opposite, post to Facebook from Twitter, follow this link to learn how.

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