Selective Twitter - If you're looking for more manual control over exactly which Twitter updates make it over to Facebook, you might want to try this app instead.
It only sends tweets at Facebook status updates if you include the hashtag #fb at the end of your message.
An easy to use Firefox extension called Fire Status can enable you to update your Facebook status right from a collapsible tray at the bottom of your browser.
It also includes a URL shortening function as well, and you can set whether you'd like tiny URL or url Borg as your short URL service in the preferences.
Fire Status can also handle updates to Twitter, Friend Feed, Delicious and as well, making it a handy method for updating any of those services if you're already in your browser.
Twitter to Facebook - This Facebook app simply sends all your Twitter updates right into Facebook as status updates with one important exception: @reply tweets will not appear.
To enable posting from your phone, go to the Mobile tab under your Account Settings.
You'll have to Add a Phone number to associate it with your account and begin sending status updates, so click on the Add phone number link.
You'll be prompted to choose your carrier, then send a text message to Facebook from your phone.
The only email notifications you can receive are: My Tweets are marked as favorites My Tweets are retweeted My Tweets get a reply or I'm mentioned in a Tweet Someone sends me a follow request I'm sent a direct message https://support.twitter.com/articles/127...
Sometimes it moves so fast we just don't have time to stop and maintain all of our social networks individually.