One of the top questions I get is how do I manage to find and tweet so many good articles on twitter? Well, I’ve always used Google Reader which is just one fantastic way to get new content delivered to you daily. With Google’s Reader I can sift through new articles, from the various blogs I have subscribed to, fairly quickly. I tweet the ones I find most relevant for my readers.
Recently I have been testing out Reeder for Mac which syncs with my Google Reader account. Here is a video review of the app. Mind you the App is still in Beta and not yet listed in the app store. Not yet familiar with a RSS Reader program?:
There is also a Reeder for the iPhone which will set you back $2.99 but it’s an awesome app that works much better than Google’s free reader on the iPhone.
So now, wherever I am, I can spend whatever free time I have more productively, pull out the iPhone and browse through my Reeder. Posts I find interesting get tweeted. If your a blogger or just new to twitter, the reeder apps for MAC and iPhone are great tools to share content on a variety of social media platforms. Of course I prefer twitter and you can follow me here…
And that’s this week’s tech tip. I will post some quick tips each week that may (or may not) help you get more productive, stay secure or just solve some small nagging problem in your daily computing activities so check back here every tuesday or subscribe to the blog to have your weekly tips delivered straight to your inbox.