twinky is a free Twitter widget that allows you to create a Twitter tweet within your current feed. It is also a visual blogging tool that allows you to create a blog post within your feed.
We’re not sure what twinky is exactly, but we’re pretty sure it is useful. It is a visual blogging tool that allows you to create a blog post within your feed. It’s great for sharing blogs and other visual content.
It is, but more than anything else I think twinky is a useful tool for anyone who wishes to create a visual blog within their current feed. It can be used for any purpose from personal blog posts to marketing, but I have used it a couple of times to create Twitter tweets from my RSS feeds. It is a free Twitter widget and a visual blogging tool.
I like it. I like the visual aspects. Twinky is definitely an eye-catching tool and a great visual way of sharing your content. I don’t know why everyone thinks that RSS feeds are bad. I know that a lot of people who don’t like RSS don’t use it because they don’t use it. RSS is one of those things that you should use it because it’s convenient, and it isn’t as time consuming as you think it is.
I love RSS feeds. I use them because they seem to be the only way to get my blog posts into my RSS reader. The fact that I can see my blog posts at any time is a great thing. The problem is that a lot of bloggers find out that there is a problem with their RSS feeds. I find that out first hand when I update my RSS feeds but not everyone does.
It happens to the best of us. We get our feeds updated, and the blogs that are linked to them update themselves. But because RSS is so convenient, you are probably not aware that there are some bloggers that are getting updates from their RSS feeds that are not linked to. And if you are one of those bloggers that are getting updates from your RSS feed, you are not alone.
In response to the problem of RSS not linking to bloggers who post from their feeds. Twinky seems to be the cause of this. The problem is that RSS feeds are just a list of links. When your RSS feed updates itself, the links are changed, and the blogs that you are linking to are no longer linked to. Twinky is the blogging equivalent of a link-in-the-sky.
Not every blogger is going to link to your RSS feed. But if you are one of the many bloggers who do link to your RSS feed, then the Twinky you link to will be linked to by Twinky, thus giving Twinky a direct link back. That’s why this is a problem, because RSS feed not linking to your other blogs is not just a minor annoyance for you, it is a serious threat to your blogging, and your blogging reputation.