Recently I told you about Google url shortening service that you can use with FeedBurner feed to serve your blog updates automatically in Twitter. I told you that I was looking forward to use this fully Google operated service. But I couldn’t access my TwitterFeed account to remove my feed from there as Technorati OpenId is working no more. So I contacted TwitterFeed through Twitter few times & they transferred my feed to a new account that I created. They usually replied back within a day or two & I am quite satisfied with their sincere effort.
From then, I thought I can stick to them. Their service is pretty good after all. For serving blog updates in Twitter, Google has one more option of creating Hash Tags automatically from <category> element of your blog platform like “Labels” element in Blogger. Hash Tags help different Twitter clients to filter & group tweets depending on these tags. But TwitterFeed has one distinctive feature too. You can find the total number of clicks for each of your post that you served as blog update in Twitter. That is also a handy feature. So for now, I am with TwitterFeed