3 Ways To Use Feeds To Fight Twitter Writer's Block

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How to Tweet from a Feed

If you’re trying to develop a consistent Twitter brand there are going to be days where you run into the deadly writer’s block. Don’t worry – it happens to most Twitter users. That said, consistency is one of the key elements to building a solid Twitter brand, so some days you’ll have to power through to find something to write about.

That’s where feeds can be of great help. By building a feed that includes all your favorite news sources, bloggers and content sharers, you’ll have a ready supply of topics that you can Tweet to your followers.

Listed below are 3 great feed services that make it easy to share tweets.

Buffer

We couldn’t kick off this list without mentioning Buffer, who recently included feeds directly in their Twitter service.

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