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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter recipes’

Want The Lights to Blink When You’re Mentioned on #Twitter? Now You Can (And More) With #IFTTT

Want The Lights to Blink When You're Mentioned on #Twitter? Now You Can (And More) With #IFTTT

IFTTT (which is short for “IF This Then That”, and is pronounced like “Gift”, without the “G”) is a super-useful web-based service that lets users aggregate content from a number of different web applications to create simple conditional statements known as “Recipes”.

These Recipes perform a set of actions (known as “triggers”) that you decide based on select criteria. For example, you could configure a Recipe on IFTTT to automatically post the same update to your Facebook Page when you use a specific hashtag on Twitter.

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Twitter Recipes: Meals In 140-Characters Or Less (If You Can Figure Them Out!)

Twitter is a great platform for marketing your business, connecting with people in and out of your field of expertise and educating yourself on a variety of issues. People who love to eat and cook have taken oven a large portion of the Twittersphere and one of the newest trends is reducing a recipe down to 140 characters. Read more