IFTTT is a great platform that allows different apps, web services, and devices to communicate with each other. These are called Applets and you can set as many applets as you like.
All blog posts don't need to be 1000 words long. Sometimes 280 characters are all you need. IFTTT allows you to create an applet so Twitter can communicate with Typepad and publish a post when you use a specific hashtag. Easily share your Twitter posts to your blog readers.
Create a IFTTT Account
From IFTTT.com you will need to create an account. Click on Sign Up to create an account. You can use Google, Facebook, or Email. Once you create your account, you can create an applet.
Get Your Secret Typepad Email
In Typepad, click on the Blogs tab, then click on the name of the blog. Click on the Settings tab, then Post By Email. Copy the Secret Address and save it somewhere safe so you can use it to create your Applet.
Create an IFTTT Applet
Click on the down arrow next to your account name, then on New Applet. Select +this then select Twitter.
Enter your hashtag and Create Trigger. Enter a hashtag that you don't use often. Whenever you use this hashtag, it will trigger this Applet and post to your blog.
Now you want to click on That, then select Gmail. From Gmail, click on Send An Email.
The subject will be your blog post title. We recommend using something that can be used multiple times (like Twitter Musings from @ (UserName)).
The body of your post will by default include: the Tweet, link to your Twitter account, and links to show it was created by IFTTTT.
You can add to what is published as well by adding more the body of the email. After you have customized the body, select Create Action.
Now you can review the applet and click Finish.
Now that you created one Applet, explore IFTTT.com and see what others useful Applets you can create.