Twiggit: Twitter and Digg combined

February 3, 2010
By Sharon

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Twiggit syncs your Twitter account with your Digg account.

Digg is one of the largest and most efficient social networking tools in existence. It’s not surprising that someone would come up with an application that combines the two.

In order to use this application, you must have a Digg account. Once your account is set-up, Twiggit will ask you for your both your Digg username and Twitter username. A password is not required to access this application.

Twiggit searches your Digg profile for articles you submitted and Dugg. These articles are then posted to your Twitter account as a status update. Twiggit will continue to post your links until you change your settings to tell the application to stop.

Users can choose to only have their submitted links tweeted or have everything in their Digg account tweeted. Users can also decide if they want their links on Twitter to be shown through tinyurl, bit.ly, or DiggBar.

For those individuals that use Digg to enhance their website’s traffic, Twiggit is a great way to cross-promote. With Twiggit, you will reach a wider audience. The more ‘diggs’ your link has, the more popular you will become.

Website: (Twiggit)

Twitter: @twiggit

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