To get ToledoTalk.com's thread posts to appear in the Toledo Talk Twitter page, I use some kind of feed service that reads TT's RSS feed.
I primarily syndicate to Twitter using a very lo-fi solution of adding silo (Facebook, Twiiter, Google+) provided share links to each post that I can manually click to prefill content, edit and post. I've avoided API integration because of the extensive experience I've had using Facebook API and dealing with it's random changes. "Integration" has high costs sometimes so I keep it as simple as possible.
I added the Twitter share a link button code to my blogpost.tmpl and microblogpost.tmpl templates.
The Twitter share a link button only appears for my posts when I'm logged in.Obviously, most people would use such a share a link so that anyone can see it, but I'm using it to posts to the JotHut Twitter page and not to posts.
And I'm only using the Twitter share a link button.
I like these obvious, "lo-fi" IndieWeb approaches that are so simple that I overlook them. The other lo-fi approach used here is the little text input field for a WebMention that I first saw implemented at http://adactio.com/journal/6469/ .
It's nice when these functions are executed automatically by server-side code, but the initial, simple step is to employ a little manual activity. In my opinion, these two manual functions are not hardships.
For WebMentions, creating the code to receive a WebMention is easier than sending. I need to implement the latter still. That will be based upon looking for the "reply" microformat attribute on the target's URL in my post.
Anyway, syndicating to Twitter with the share link allows me to select which content to post to Twitter. I'll probably syndicate every post with the blog_jr tag. And then I'll choose some microblog/note posts.
Creating a Webmention blog reply post at JotHut - Oct 23, 2013
In Progress - Add webmention client code to Junco - Oct 21, 2013
Webmention-related links - Apr 13, 2014
Pondering Dave Winer's early Jan 2016 posts - Jan 06, 2016
Reply to Cawr's post about publishers and UX - Jul 18, 2016