Automatically re-publishes blogposts to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Blogger, Tumblr, Delicious, Plurk, etc profiles and/or pages
This plugin works well and is very easy to use. Love the manual reposting feature and the fact that you can automatically post to so many different social networks!
Easy to understand instructions. I highly recommend to you this is the automatic poster to use.
Working perfectly fine, and I've tested a bunch of similar plugins before this one.
One potentially helpful information. I'm using this plugin for Twitter posting about a blog post. And if, like me, you prepare posts in advance and post them all at once, you still need to wait something like 30 full seconds between each posting, otherwise twitter will not get its notification (I guess they block it as spam) and, more importantly, the plugin will NOT tell us the twitter posting failed, nor will it attempt to post it again to twitter. We have to manually, in the post editing window, ask SNAP to re-send it to twitter.
Really not a big hassle, it's more a FYI to help fellow blog owners :)
The best. Thanks
I have been using this plugin (pro version) almost a year and I can only say that it's almost perfect, 5 star is not enough, but to make it perfect I suggest the developers make a feature to include spin format so it can publish different or unique content to each of every social networks.
Thanks to the developers and the guy who answers support questions. It works good now.
I installed it and tested on my website and works absolutely great for auto posting to Facebook and Twitter. It will save so much time of mine that would have been wasted manually updating the social media accounts every time I posted a new article to my website. Now I don't need to worry. Just hit the publish button and instantly it is posted to website, facebook, twitter, google plus and pinterest!!! Great to have such a plugin for free.
Update: Too many bugs. The auto-post feature doesn't work. Even though an editor or admin is logged in with permissions to post, the plugin uses the author of the post to determine permissions. That's like Linux denying root permissions because of the owner of a file. Also getting spammed with "server can't access it's [sic] own images", when curl can access the image from the server when run on the server.
This is very complete and impressive work of code. The documentation is very thorough too, if slightly out of date. Pinterest locked my account and forced me to reset my password, but it works now. I had trouble with multiple Twitter accounts though. I found I could delete the phone number off the Twitter app after I authenticated and re-use it for another account. I'm impressed with the privacy-focused architecture setting up your own apps that you control, instead of using a 3rd party website or app and giving away permissions or passwords.
Incredible time saver, and extremely simple to set up thanks to the effort they have put into documenting it. Love it!
looked for about 5 different plugins until I found one who works perfect. This is the one. Thanks!
I would say perfect except 1 thing that bothers me. Often when i post something, posts go public in facebook faster than opengraph gets the correct info, resulting in blank picture links. I tried the randomize time option but i think it doesnt work.
Anyway great plugin
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