Auto-posts a Twitter update when you update your WordPress blog or blogroll, with your chosen URL shortening service.
Why do you need to register an app. I just want to tweet a thing
Este plugin funciona a la perfección. Lo he utilizado en un sitio para publicar el título de las noticias automáticamente durante varios años y hemos ganado seguidores.
Purchased the PRO version for $39. Just stopped working. Emailed for support, no response from developer. Would not recommend spending money on PRO version because you will get no support.
Не работает корректно с русскоязычной версией WordPress.
Works straight away, setup surprisingly simple even with shortener. Will recommend Pro version to clients. Thanks!
I've used two previous Twitter integrating plugins both of which have dwindled in development along the way but Wp to Twitter remains fully supported and regularly updated by its developer, who provides superb, responsive support by the way.
This plugin works nicely out of the box and has lots of nice configurable features, but if you really want to set your tweets apart then the pro version is well worth the investment. It allows you to schedule your tweets, repost your tweets up to 3 times and include your article featured images in your tweets! If that isn't unique and special then I don't know what else there is it could possibly do.
The free version is brilliant, the pro version is amazing!
What's with the nag on the admin dashboard? I've had this happen to two of my sites now: I hope you've enjoyed WP to Twitter! Take a look at upgrading to WP Tweets PRO for advanced Tweeting with WordPress!
We appreciate that you're providing a free plugin with nice service, but displaying this nag is not cool. Especially when you're using the general class of .updated
Okay, look. I'm a big fan of freebies. Most of my sites run primarily on freebies, and I include a list of credits for each, to be fair, and to say thanks.
But being a cheapskate makes me all the more sensitive to the difference you can expect between a freebie and a paid plugin. I use some premium items because ultimately, it's cheaper for me. I can offer more; I can do it in less time; they break less often; and when they do, there's someone willing to help me out.
Now, WP to Twitter. The free version is like a beefed-up version of Jetpack's module, or any of another $5–$15 jobs out there. It offers way more ways to customize your tweets, including bells and whistles you may use.
I paid for the Pro version because it does something no other plugin does: re-posting to Twitter a certain number of times, at intervals, later in the day. I don't know how this isn't a market unto itself, but Joe appears to be one of two folks thinking this way, and the other one isn't worth linking to. I can schedule a post for the morning, and be assured it'll show up on Twitter up to 4 times that day, evenly spaced and each tweet slightly distinguished from the last. Super-awesome. The free version is worth paying for, and the paid version is worth paying more for.
But Joe's support is what's really spectacular.
Again, great plugin. Even better support.
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