@tweetitow makes updating your blog via SMS available. You can now post a blog article when you are mobile, when you are away from your computer, even without internet connection because you can now simply text your blog post to @tweetitow gateway.
To be able to text your blog posts, following are some necessary steps you need to do.
3. Once you already have set-up your posterous account, add your social networking sites and blog sites where you wish the blog post you text to @tweetitow gateway will be posted. Posterous has an ‘autopost’ feature which automatically updates other social networing sites and blog sites you set-up for autopost.
So how will this SMS blogging via @tweetitow will work?
Once you text your blog post to @tweetitow, it will be posted to your posterous account which will in turn update the blog sites and social networking sites you set-up for autopost. To know the mechanics on how to SMS blog via @tweetitow, please check their SMS Blogging page.
I have been using the SMS blogging feature of @tweetitow for the past days already, and it’s quite convenient especially for someone like me who love to scribble her thoughts down. So I can always post a blog when I’m stuck in the traffic, on the road on the way to home or other destinations.
Following is how I set up and use @tweetitow’s SMS blogging capability. I have twitter, facebook, and wordpress for autoposting in my posterous account.
I compose a message from my mobile phone to be sent as SMS to @tweetitow gateway number.
Posterous then post it on my posterous webpage, to my wordpress, to my facebook, and my twitter.
Here is a list of social networking sites and blog/web sites you can set up for autopost in Posterous: Twitter, plurk, facebook, facebook pages, jaiku, friendfeed, linkedin, identica, blogger, tumblr, typepad, wordpress, movable typepad, livejournal, shopify, xanga, drupal, flickr, picasa, YouTube, vimeo, viddler, blip.tv, scribd, delicious and many others coming soon.
It is now time to level up from texting, to tweeting,and now to blogging. Such is the power of SMS!