Twitterfeed, an RSS feed utility, is shutting down on Monday, October 31st, and the company recommends switching to Buffer or Dlvr.it….
Content distribution platform, Twitterfeed, posted a homepage announcement on its website the service will shutdown on Monday, October 31st. For those who are unfamiliar with the service, Twitterfeed was an RSS feed utility which allows its users to share blog posts and social media updates on microblog Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Twitterfeed Shutting Down, Users Urged to Switch to Buffer or Dlvr.it as an Alternative
Twitterfeed recommends users switch to Buffer or Dlvr.it for their social media management needs. The company offered its sharing services free of charge, boasted about its quick and easy setup, and provides users with real-time stats.
Social media management dashboard services are incredibly popular, making competition for market share fierce. Small businesses, marketers, and others have no shortage of options and each provides its own unique feature. Because it takes so much time to create content and then share it across different platforms, enterprise brands require all-in-one solutions.
The company provided services much like Hootsuite, Sprout Social, and EveryPost. “Twitterfeed is a utility that allows you to feed your content (for example, blog posts or any other content that supports RSS feeds) to twitter, Facebook, and other social platforms. It enables publishers to bring content to a wider audience and track the performance through real-time stats,” the company explains on its official website. The service only received one review on CNET downloads.
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