Automatically Update Google+ Via Twitter With TwooglePlus
Automatically updating Google+ is something that has long been missing from Google+. This may or not be a bad thing but I know that many bloggers like myself have been looking for a way to automatically update our pages with our latest posts.
Signing up to the service only takes a few seconds.
After clicking the sign up button you need to login via the Twitter account you want to post tweets from.
You then need to sign in with your Google account.
Next you select the Google+ circles you want to post updates to and then agree to the terms and conditions of the service.
Once your account has been set up you will be able to add other Twitter accounts, un-shorten links and remove tracking tokens. You can pause updates too if you wish.
It is unclear as to how often TwooglePlus checks your account for updates though you can update manually if you wish by clicking on the ‘Post New Tweets’ button. There is a notice just now saying that the service is slow due to a lot of sign ups. In fact, after signing I didn’t see any any updates in my Google+ account for over an hour (despite hitting the ‘Post New Tweets’ button several times). Hopefully this problem is due to them being overloaded with new sign ups.
TwooglePlus is currently free though this may change in the future. I’m not sure whether this is a useful service anyway as most bloggers are looking for a way to publish updates from their blog, not every single tweet they post to their Twitter account. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a way of updating Google+ pages at the moment so this service will only update your personal Google+ page.