This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

This plugin has been closed and is no longer available for download.


This plugin allows you to automatically spread your posts on Twitter and/or Facebook via the API.


  1. Upload in /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Login (or create an account), and manage your settings from the ‘ settings’ option in the ‘Settings’ submenu.


What does this plugin do?

This plugin provides WordPress users a smooth integration with the service.

Can I use this plugin without a account?

No, but you can easily create an account from the plugin.

Contributors & Developers

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Interested in development?

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  • Adds the option to overwrite the default URL with a URL from a custom field
  • Adds Dennis as a new contributor to the plugin


  • Adds a configurable sidebar widget
  • Fixes a bug where a php warning would be generated if the categories had never been synced
  • Fixes a bug where the plugin would say it synced categories while an error occurred
  • Improves some textual feedback
  • Fixes wrongful use of a WordPress function
  • Replaces all php shorttags (<?) with the full equivalent (<?php)
  • Moves the spreadus function to it’s own file
  • Adds better code documentation
  • Adds general code cleanup


  • Adds the new category syncing feature to the plugin
  • Fixes a bug where people would have login problems


  • Fixes a bug where a valid login wouldn’t be recognized by the plugin


  • Removes all settings upon logout, preventing colliding data for different accounts
  • Changes “Account secret” to “ API key”, which is also used in the admin panel
  • Fixes a bug where some API calls wouldn’t send the right plugin version number
  • Fixes a bug where the plugin could send an illegal API call to
  • Fixes a bug where stylesheets & scripts would not be available in the plugin
  • The plugin author is now officially TNW Labs


  • Adds the option to include tags as categories for
  • Switches to a less paranoid WordPress hook [publish_post]
  • Improves logging for the sake of better support from our side
  • Adds version numbers of the plugin, api & wordpress installation to api calls


  • Ensures compatibility with WordPress 3.3.1
  • Adds some small changes to the readme.txt


  • Adds support for scheduled posts
  • Fixes a datetime checking issue where the server’s time was used instead of the blog’s time
  • Improves logging to debug.log
  • Adds support for automatic domain switching when on the server
  • Removes old code which was used by the first tester


  • Small bugfix
  • Removed setup page, was unnecessary
  • Removed support for beta plan
  • Fixed a bug where an old PHP version would give a fatal error when creating a hash


  • Initial release