Alternatives to (2017)

TwitterFeed was a free service that allowed users to automatically post their blog posts on social networks through RSS feeds. It was a simple RSS-based system that was used by millions of Internet users, including bloggers around the world to keep their social networking channels updated using their blog and RSS feed. Its main asset was that it was a completely free service unlike competitors. announced on October 31, 2016, its closing:

Howdy, Twitterfeeders!
We’re writing to let you know that Twitterfeed will be shutting its doors on October 31st, 2016. It’s been one heck of a run and we can’t thank you enough for your loyal usage and support over the years.
If you’re looking for a service similar to Twitterfeed to continue using in our absence, we recommend checking out the good folks at Buffer ( or (
Thanks again for all the feeds!

Here are some alternatives to overcome the lack of

There are many others. These are some services that I have used and that seem to me very good. IFTTT is completely free and a good alternative although the features are limited compared to.

The service that I would put the most forward is RSSFlare, with its ability to plan articles to send them on social networks, or even the possibility of sharing blog posts on social networks such as:

  • Twitter accounts
  • Facebook accounts
  • Facebook pages
  • LinkedIn Accounts
  • Blogs Medium
  • Tumblr Blogs