Turn Any RSS Feed Into Twitter Content Automatically
With Feed140, you can use any RSS feed to add content to your queue. For instance, sites like Digg, Reddit, Tumbler and StumbleUpon, and your own blog provide RSS feeds of your activity that you can connect to Feed140.
This means that every time you click the Digg button, vote something up in Reddit, give a site the thumbs-up in StumbleUpon, or make a blog post, you can automatically add an update to your Feed140 queue and it will be delivered based on the time frame and frequency of your choosing.
You will be amazed at how quick and easy it is to fill your queue with interesting and entertaining content for your followers.
Provide a valuable service to your audience by finding and sharing RSS feeds of the latest and greatest news in your niche and you will build a growing audience without having to create all of the content yourself.
You Control Frequency and Hours of Delivery
In your Settings tab, you can easily control how many tweets your account sends to Twitter. Simply choose a frequency setting and Feed140 will drip-feed your tweets on a frequency that suits your preferences. Choose your start and stop times as well.
Facebook Coming Soon!
Our development team has started on the development of our Facebook Queue which is one of our most highly-requested features. This new feature will allow our users to deliver drip-feed content from Feed140 directly to a Facebook personal timeline or fan page.