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On Facebook I can use apps to import an RSS feed and automatically post to my Facebook fan page. I haven't found anything similar on Google+

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You can try: http://hootsuite.com

or http://dlvr.it - only at Pro or Ultimate Plan

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There's probablly an ifttt recipe for that ... although my Google-fu failed to find it.

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thanks. Any way of doing this without SMS? – MotoTribe Jan 19 '12 at 17:24
The Google+ API Is still readonly, so unless someone has written a module to exploit some other method of posting updates (eg: a vanilla HTTP session) it likely isn't possible. – mootinator Jan 19 '12 at 18:33

There is no way to do that for Google+. Twitter and Facebook allow you to post via RSS.

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