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RSS Atom XML feed to Twitter.com, Ping.fm or Identi.ca

Developer description

PingVine (now known as PowerShell from PowerFM) is a free service that takes an Atom or RSS feed ... More

Editor's review Page 1 of 2

Published 24 Sep 2011

Well it used to be called Pingvine but it's now known as PowerShell from PowerFM but that's beside the point. We'll call it Pingvine for convenience sake. It's a free service that takes an RSS feed from your website or blog and posts it on your Twitter account easily and error free.
 
PingVine is a free Twitter and RSS tool that takes an Atom or RSS feed from your blog, lifestream or favorite website and posts it to Twitter, Ping.fm or Identi.ca. It does this with a simple drag and drop technique and manages to reduce any errors (human or otherwise) that normally seem to happen. This allows you to get on with what you do best with greater visibility allowing you to concentrate on your business processes and collaborate more effectively with potential stakeholders. PowerWF gives you a uniform methodology for developing your business processes and a similar look-and-feel for all workflows. Workflows are represented visually to the developer as flow-charts and are coupled with built-in annotation, your scripts are essentially self-documented, making them easy to understand. Whether you need to bring a Legacy application into Workflow and Powershell or export a Workflow or Powershell solution to a Legacy environment, PowerWF™ provides the capabilities you need to get the job done.

Conclusion
There's no doubting the Twitter can be used as a powerful selling tool if used correctly. So it makes perfect sense to optimize your tweeting presence by providing it...