Last month, Twitter unfortunately killed-off RSS feeds for users of the service. Subscribing to your own Twitter feed is a great way to archive your tweets and make them searchable through whatever RSS Reader you’re using. Of course, now that Google Reader, too, has been killed-off, most of the other readers available right now don’t have a search feature. However, most are promising to deliver that ability soon.
Even though Twitter doesn’t provide an RSS feed for your tweets, there’s a new site that’s been created to do just that. Go to RSS 4 Twitter, type in your Twitter user name (or, for that matter, any user name) and you’re immediately given an RSS feed. Add it to your RSS Reader and your tweets will start showing up there. RSS 4 Twitter will also create a feed for a hashtag.
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