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Microblog Poster

Automatically publishes your new blog content to Social Networks. Auto-updates Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Tumblr, Diigo, Delicious..

  • Upload the contents of the microblogposter folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
  • Activate the Plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
  • Settings->MicroblogPoster, configure your social network accounts.
  • The plugin is ready, it will automatically cross posts to social networks whenever you publish a new blog post.

twitter.com accounts Help with screenshots

Your Twitter username and password won't suffice in order to post automatic updates, Twitter API requires some more steps described below. No worries, it's rather a simple procedure.

1. In order to auto post updates through the Twitter API you'll need
to create your own Twitter App here: https://apps.twitter.com/

2. Once you have created your Twitter App you have to change its Access Level
to be Read and Write. 
Browse to the settings tab and click on 'Modify App Permissions'.
Check the Access Level to be Read and Write. Save your Settings.

3. Once this is done return to the API Keys tab, at the bottom you 
should have a button 'Create My Access token', please do it.

4. Now, on the API Keys tab you have all what you need, 
i.e. API (Consumer) key / secret, Access token and Access token secret.

5. If you don't see immediately the Access Token at the bottom, 
please refresh the API Keys tab page.

plurk.com accounts Help with screenshots

It's most likely the same as for twitter, you'll need some more effort in order to post updates through Plurk Api.

1. Please, browse to this url http://www.plurk.com/PlurkApp/ 
and click on 'Create a New Plurk App'.
For App Type choose 'Third-party web site integration'. 
For App Website you can put http://localhost

2. Once you are back on 'My Plurk Apps' page, click the edit button 
and copy your *App Key and App Secret*.

3. Not finished yet, you need the second pair of credentials. 
On 'My Plurk Apps' page, this time click on 'Test Console' button.

4. First, click on 'Get Request Token', then some processing is done. 
After that, click on 'Open Authorization Url', you'll be redirected 
to a new page and you will have to grant the permission in order to get
your verification code.

5. Finally, return to the previous page and generate your 
*Token Key and Token Secret* by clicking on
'Get Access Token' and by providing the verification code.

6. Now, you can copy your Token Key and Token Secret. 
Coupled with the App key and App secret you've got previously 
you can configure your plurk account in the Social Accounts Section.

facebook.com accounts Help with screenshots

Please note that only real personal Facebook accounts have permissions to create an App. Business accounts can't manage Facebook Apps.

1. Please, browse to this url https://developers.facebook.com/apps 
and click on 'Apps' -> 'Create new App'.
Note: If you can not click on 'Create new App', you'll need first 
to 'Register as a Developer'.
Then the creation of New App will be available.

2. Fill in your 'App Name' and then, click continue.

3. Enter the required Security Check.

4. Once on the basic settings of your new App, 
for the field 'App Domains' enter your Blog domain name 
(example: mydomain.com)
Then click 'Add Platform' and choose 'Website'.

5. For the field 'Site url' enter your Blog Url.
(example: http://mydomain.com)
Save changes.

6. Make your App Live by browsing to 'Status & Review'.

7. Copy your 'App ID' and 'App Secret' and configure your Facebook account
in MicroblogPoster's Social Accounts Section.

8. Follow the link provided by MicroblogPoster to authorize your App 
posting on your behalf.

friendfeed.com accounts Help with screenshots

Instead of the password, the Friendfeed API requires the Remote Key to let you post with it.

1. You can find your Remote Key associated with your account at this Url:
https://friendfeed.com/account/api (You must be logged in).

diigo.com accounts Help with screenshots

In addition to your username and password you will need to create your own Diigo App and generate an API Key.

1. Please, browse to this Url: https://www.diigo.com/api_keys/new/
and generate your Diigo API Key. (You need to be logged in)

linkedin.com accounts Help with screenshots

1. Please, browse to this Url https://www.linkedin.com/secure/developer
and click on 'Add New Application'.

2. Fill in the required informations.
For 'Live Status', select Live.
Leave everything else by Default.
Click the button 'Add Application'.

3. Copy 'Api Key' and 'Secret Key', and click 'Done'.

4. Configure your Linkedin account in the Social Accounts Section.

5. Follow the link provided by MicroblogPoster to authorize your App 
posting on your behalf.

tumblr.com accounts Help with screenshots

Basically your tumblr username and password won't suffice in order to post automatic updates, tumblr Api requires some more steps described below. No worries, it's rather a simple procedure.

1. To post updates through the tumblr Api you'll need first
to create your own tumblr App here: http://www.tumblr.com/oauth/apps

2. Once, you have created your tumblr App copy your 'OAuth Consumer key'.

3. Also click on 'Show Secret key' and copy your 'Secret key'.

4. This is it, you can now configure your Account in the Social Accounts section.

blogger.com accounts Help with screenshots

Basically first you'll need to request the activation from Google of the Blogger API. It takes about 5 working days. Once it's activated you'll need to create your 'Client ID' (aka App) which will auto post on your behalf.

1. Please, browse to this url: https://console.developers.google.com/
Select 'API Project', then on left side select 'APIs & auth'. The 'APIs' tab is selected by default.

2. Scroll down and locate 'Blogger API v3'.
Click the 'OFF' button in order to request the activation. 

3. After few days you'll receive an email from Google asking to complete the activation.
Please follow the steps provided.

4. Please, browse to this url again: https://console.developers.google.com/
Select 'API Project', then on left side select 'APIs & auth' -> 'Credentials'

5. Click on 'Create new Client ID'

6. For 'Application type', select 'Web application'.
For 'Authorized Javascript Origins', enter your blog url (ex: http://www.yourblog.com)
For 'Authorized Redirect Uri', enter the Url when you're on the settings of MicroblogPoster.
It is something like http://www.yourblog.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=microblogposter.php
Click 'Create Client ID'.

7. Copy the Client ID and Client secret and configure your account under MicroblogPoster.

8. MicroblogPoster will provide you a link in order to authorize the App posting on your behalf.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-8-30
Downloads: 64,719

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