Posted to WP.com: Tweeting From WordPress

WordPress has finally made Tweeting blog posts directly to Twitter possible.

I have already written about my first WordPress direct to Twitter blog post  over on SearchMarketingCommunications.com.

1st WordPress Blog Post Tweeted To Twitter

1st WordPress Blog Post Tweeted To Twitter

As expected, WordPress converts all of the WordPress.com blogs posted to Twitter to their recently added shortened url service – WP.me.

I wasn’t the first one to Tweet from WordPress.com as evidenced by all of these posts found in a Twitter search for “Posted to WP.com”.

Posted to WP.com

Posted to WP.com

In addition to their My blog Admin page, WordPress.com bloggers can also find an Authorize Twitter link on the right rail of their add new post page.

Publicize Twitter

Publicize Twitter

WordPress bloggers probably ought to save a draft and preview their post before they publish it to make sure the post’s title doesn’t need to be changed which in turn would render the post’s WP.me shortened url moot.

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6 Responses to “Posted to WP.com: Tweeting From WordPress”

  1. Harsh Agrawal Says:

    No doubt WordPress is far better than Blogspot :)..

  2. susan Says:

    I tried to authorize Twitter using the link, and this is the message I got:

    Woah there!
    This page is no longer valid. It looks like someone already used the token information you provided. Please return to the site that sent you to this page and try again … it was probably an honest mistake.

    I got this message several days ago, so I thought I would come back today and try again, but got the same message. How can I correct this?

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