It's a conundrum many of us have faced. We have a Twitter account and a Facebook account. We don't always have the same followers and friends on each. But sometimes we want to share the same content with both. It used to be that you could Tweet something and the Twitter app on Facebook would update both. But about a month ago, that all went to the crapper.
Many of us turned to Tweetdeck. Now, there's another option: Su.pr. Even better? The content will also be submitted to StumbleUpon which sees about 8 million users a month.
This is the soon-to-be-launched new URL shortening service launched by StumbleUpon, but you also get the option of updating Twitter and Facebook when you're up to all your shortening ways.
If you can't wait, you can go ahead to http://su.pr and request an invite code. Be forewarned that the invite codes will be given out via Twitter and looking at StumbleUpon's Twitter feed, they're just getting started.
This is a great way to streamline your content sharing. But that's just my opinion. What's yours? Share in the comments.
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