"A blog post can automatically go to up to 50 social networks," said Loic Le Meur, CEO of Ping.fm's corporate overlords, Seesmic.
This new feature is a real-time feed effected by Superfeedr, a service that transforms a wide variety of feeds into normalized XMPP or Pubsubhubbub format.
According to the Seesmic blog, a user enters their feed into the RSS section of their Ping.fm dashboard, and the service sends the information as a status update to all of their social networks.
Currently this feature, which is powered by Superfeedr, only carries a single feed but Le Meur said the company is working on expanding it to allow multiple feeds within a couple of weeks.
"We are testing with (just) one right now," he told us. "We will add several soon after we scale one. Ping.fm has 700,000 users so (are being) careful!"