WordTwit Test Post

Last modified on March 12th, 2009

I’m updating WordTwit right now to be able to show responses to Tweets in a blog post. A use case for this would be someone asking a question on Twitter related to a particular blog post, and wanting to incorporate Twitter feedback to that question into a post. Hopefully in a few minutes you’ll start to see some tweets show up here.

[wordtwit status=”1317970082″]

15 responses to “WordTwit Test Post”

  1. Keith says:

    So… how would this work exactly? When I do a post on my blog, WordTwit tweets the post for me?

    How does it pick up the replies to the post? Conceptually I’m with you… I think. But I’m missing something in the behind-the-scenes API magic.

  2. Duane Storey says:

    Still playing with the idea, but right now I’m doing it so you’ll use a WordPress short code that asks for all replies to a particular tweet of yours. That way you can incorporate multiple tweets in a post. You’ll see shortly 🙂

  3. Keith says:

    REALLY looking forward to this. This is a great idea, and it’s cool to see it in action.

  4. ajrowley says:

    replying: tweet, tweet

  5. Karl Woll says:

    no way, I refuse to reply

  6. vannasty says:

    and a reply to you sir

  7. David Smith says:

    Oh, it was this one you wanted the replies for. I was mistaken earlier (earlier in time that is, this was the older post…).

  8. Hey Duane, just wondering if your application auto updates?

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