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Apr 19 2008

BlogIt: Facebook Application Empowers Bloggers to Extend Reach to Multiple Websites

If you’re a blogger who posts on multiple blogs—or if you would like to post on multiple blogs but don’t have the time to do so, it may be time to start blogging via a new application at facebook called BlogIt.  This new application will enable you to write one blog post and quickly post it to multiple blogs and blogging platforms.

Writes Typepad:

Blog It brings some of the best social aspects of Facebook to blogging, making it easy to blog or micro-blog from within Facebook and let friends and colleagues around the web know what you’re posting. Unlike existing blogging tools within Facebook, Blog It is not limited to any one company’s blogging services, but instead works with nearly a dozen services including Blogger, TypePad, Twitter, Movable Type, Vox, and WordPress.

Blog It also offers the ability to notify friends and colleagues around the web about new posts. When writing a post, you can choose to automatically share it via Twitter and Pownce in addition to the Facebook Newsfeed.  While many Facebook applications rely solely on the Newsfeed to share activity, Blog It is unique in that it helps bloggers share what they’re creating with people they know across the web.

So if you’re a gifted writer, worship leader or song writer with a blog of your own and would like to cross post periodically at worship.com with key articles and commentary related to worship, it looks like it may have gotten a lot easier to do that.  If you’re interested in providing periodic posts to worship.com, you can learn more about our team and apply to be a part of it here

You’ll need a facebook account to use the tool, but you can set up a free account at facebook in a short period of time if you aren’t already on there. And while you are at facebook consider joining our Worshiper’s Resource Group and say hello at the new facebook page of worship.com’s director.


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