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I have accounts in both social networking sites Facebook and Orkut. The problem is that if I want to post I have to do it twice because the friends at both sites are mutually exclusive.

I also use Google Buzz and Twitter, but as Google Buzz is linking Tweets from my Twitter account I only have to post once.

So is there any similar way to do post at one place but appear it in Facebook and Orkut?

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closed as off-topic by Al E., Alex, jonsca Jun 8 at 23:47

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Both Buzz and Orkut are dead. – Al E. Jun 6 at 13:38

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For posting to various stuff like Facebook, Buzz and Twitter, the application "TweetDeck" ( has worked pretty well for me, and was quite quick to incorporate Buzz, when that was released - and can also counter for the big delay caused when Buzz pulls your tweets from Twitter (see:

I'm not sure how long exactly Orkut has been out, but if the option gets there, I'm quite sure TweetDeck will be quick to incorporate it, whenever/if the option arises.

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Unfortunately, Orkut is so closed social networking website. In past, I was using a site: - to extract my Orkut posts / scrap entries as RSS feed. I am not sure if this works fine now. Try it - get RSS feeds of Orkut entries & then use any RSS application to post these entries to Facebook profile, used for posting normal blog feeds.

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