Tarpipe Keeps your Social Media sites in sync
Keeping up with social networking can be a huge time eater. Finding ways to organize it all, publish it and let your readers know without having to go to 15-20 different sites seems like a never-ending quest.Your social “pipe” can get clogged quite quickly. Let Tarpipe help.Tarpipe is a fairly new tool to automate your publishing, share content easily and keep it all organized in one neat place. Offered as an alternative to services like Ping.fm, SocialThing or PixelPipe, Tarpipe allows you to organize workflows for your content to keep it moving in the right direction.

Tarpipe Features at a Glance

Organizing and Publishing Content – Utilizing the Workflows tab (similar to Yahoo! Pipes) you can easily organize your content and dictate how and where that content is spread across your social accounts.
Tarpipe Workflows

Tarpipe WorkflowsPublish from Tarpipe – With Tarpipe you can also publish directly from the Tarpipe user interface. No workflow is needed when publishing directly -- just select the other services you want to publish to.
publishing from Tarpipe

Publishing from TarpipeBacklogging – Tarpipe keeps a record of all of your activity across your workflows for you so you don’t have to.Tag Photos from Tarpipe – With the recent addition of Evernote as a service, you can now tag photos directly from your workflows within Tarpipe. Mac users can use Dropipe to upload photos direct from their desktop.All in all Tarpipe looks like a good alternative to various other services. With the ability to publish directly or set up workflows and tag photos from within, the social capabilities of the service are innumerable. But that’s not all.

Tarpipe Offers an Extensive API Library

Tarpipe offers an extensive API library available in PHP, Python, Ruby and more. The API library may be what makes Tarpipe really stand out from the others.With all this, although still in beta and just a start-up, Tarpipe looks like they are hot on the heels of other services. All of which are attempting to ease the social web into a homogeneous, mainline, straight-forward way of publishing content across multiple applications and fronts and get the public interacting.