Computerworld: How to Save Time Updating Multiple Social Networks and Blogs

As the number of Web sites offering status updates – such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc., etc. — proliferates, it can get tedious, not to mention take a lot of time, to log in to each one and post the same information.

Have no fear — there are a number of multiple posting services that can help you send a variety of information to a collection of sites, including blog posts, photos, videos and status updates. For a review that is for Computerworld.com, I looked at three such services: Ping.fm, Pixelpipe.com and the unpronounceable Quub.com.

One thought on “Computerworld: How to Save Time Updating Multiple Social Networks and Blogs

  1. There are two other services that do similar things, one is called hellotxt.com (that I haven’t reviewed but has a few promising features) and one is called Posterous that is the subject of another review by Computerworld and linked from my article. I am sure there are going to be lots others shortly.

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