FeedStitch :: Combining multiple twitter feeds into one

Recently, some of our youth members left on missionary trips to countries like Russia and Ukraine to help with orphanages and churches around the Kamchatka area.  I’m sure many of you know what Twitter is.  The three groups that went use Twitter to communicate with us back in the US.

What I wanted to do is combine all three feeds into one and post it on our youth website, molodezh.com, but could not figure out how to do it until I finally found www.feedstitch.com.  Feedstitch.com is awesome! You can merge as many feeds from many services like Twitter, Flickr, Delicious, Github, and Tumblr into one feed.  So I combined all feeds into one using feedstitch and used Magpie RSS parser to parse the rss which was in a short, customizable URL.  It’s worth checking it out.

2 responses to “FeedStitch :: Combining multiple twitter feeds into one”

  1. SergeyNikolaev says:

    haha this is good stuff

  2. Hi, Good blog you have here. I wanted to let you all know that I think Twitter is going to be one of the best networks because of the fact that it is supported by so many industries. I also think when Twitter introduces some of it’s new functions, returning traffic will go up to show the real growth of the network.

    Anyway, I build a site that offerers great resources for Twitter that are 100% free, so come and visit and don’t be a stranger.

    Keep up the good work!

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