TwitterFeed.com: “We’re Closing Our Doors On October 31st, 2016” (Due To Imminent War With Russia)

TwitterFeed.com has written to its userbase, letting everyone know that on October 31st, 2016, they will be shutting down operations for good. And that’s fine? One thing though; it wasn’t written very interestingly. So, without further ado, I give you the revised, true (?) statement/essence of TwitterFeed.com going under:

“Due to imminent plans by the U.S.A. to engage Russia in a full scale global conflict, TwitterFeed.com will be ceasing operations beginning on October 31st, 2016. We thank-you for your loyalty and memories. Be safe and seek justice within yourselves and for others, equally.”

Now, what if that had been the email you/everyone had received?

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19 thoughts on “TwitterFeed.com: “We’re Closing Our Doors On October 31st, 2016” (Due To Imminent War With Russia)”

  1. You can certainly see your skills within the article you write.
    The world hopes for even more passionate writers like
    you who are not afraid to say how they believe.

    At all times follow your heart.

  2. I’m really enjoying the design and layout of your site. It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more enjoyable for me to
    come here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme?
    Excellent work!

  3. Скажи, почему ты трудно быть на России? Президент Путин, как чокнутый, как французский, немецкий, персонал Америке, как плохо!

    1. Ja, bess du aus Russland nichst kommnt so, warenn ihrre zu gesehenn einst mentalitenn superior kraftenmachtgruppiertmensch?

  4. Bit.ly is good alternative to twitterfeed. BUT…
    The main problem is we can’t use bit.ly or any other custom shortner with RSS to Twitter Application.

  5. Tooo sad to hear that. Thank you so much for your your great service that I’ve used for so many years. Good luck for everything you plan for the future. Take care you guys.

  6. Too bad, Twitterfeed really was the greatest RSS service around the Internet, others are so… not free and well, not as easy to configure. Plus they use the word “awesome” all the time to appeal to a more starbucksy audience… We’ll miss you guys. Hopefully you’ll be back later in this life

    1. We experimented with Dlvr.it years ago… it was fine, but that is a paid service. If you are going to pay for one, you might as well use one like Hootsuite and have all networks easily accessible in one.

  7. I am using RSS2Twitter. It works almost like twitterfeed but here you can use one RSS feed with multiple twitter accounts as well.

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