SNAP

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SNAP (Social Network Auto Poster) is a POSSE plugin for WordPress. The plugin is available in both a free and a paid edition. The paid edition adds features such as custom scripts to post to networks without APIs, multiple accounts per service, etc.

Features

SNAP has a long list of features including:

  • POSSE to the following:
    • Blogger/Blogspot – Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported.
    • Delicious – Auto-submit bookmark to your account.
    • Deviantart.com – Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported.
    • Diigo – Auto-submit bookmark to your account.
    • Evernote/postach.io – Auto-post to your Evernote account or postach.io blog.
    • Facebook – Autopost to your profile, business page, community page, or Facebook group page. Ability to attach your blogpost to Facebook post. Ability to make “Image” posts.
    • Flickr – Autopost images to your photostream and/or sets. Tags are supported.
    • Flipboard (with third party API library) – post to your magazines.
    • [Instagram – (with third party API library) – Post your blogpost’s featured image to your Instagram account.
    • Instapaper – Auto-submit bookmark to your account.
    • Google+ (with third party API library) – Autopost to your profile, business page or community. Ability to attach your blogpost to Google+ post. Ability to make “Image” posts.
    • LinkedIn – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach your blogpost to LinkedIn post. Autopost to LinkedIn Company pages and/or Groups (with third party API library)
    • LiveJournal – Auto-submit your blogpost to LiveJournal blog or community. “LiveJournal Engine” based website DreamWidth.org is also supported.
    • MailChimp – One of the most popular email marketing tools. You can send your blogs as email campaigns to specific subscribers.
    • Medium – Autopost to your profile or publications.
    • ok.ru (Odnoklassniki) Autopost to your group/page. Ability to make text posts, image posts, share links.
    • Pinterest (with third party API library) – Pin your blogpost’s featured image to your Pinterest board.
    • Reddit (with third party API library) – post to your subreddits.
    • Scoop.It – Autopost to your “Topics”. Ability to attach your blogpost to scoop. Ability to make “Image” posts.
    • SETT – Auto-post to your Sett.com blog.
    • Stumbleupon – Auto-submit bookmark to your account.
    • Telegram – Autopost to your channel, group or chat.
    • Tumblr – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach your blogpost to Tumblr post. HTML is supported.
    • Twitter – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach Image to tweets.
    • Plurk – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach Image to messages.
    • vBulletin – Auto-submit your blogpost to vBulletin forums. Could create new threads or new posts.
    • vk.com (vKontakte) – Autopost to your profile or group page. Ability to attach your blogpost to vk.com post. Ability to make “Image” posts.
    • Weibo – Biggest Chinese Microblogging Service. You can post your messages and images.
    • WordPress – Auto-submit your blogpost to another blog based on WordPress. This options includes WordPress.com, Blog.com, etc..
    • XING – Post text messages or share links.
    • YouTube (with third party API library) – Post messages to your YouTube channel feed. If blogpost has youtube reference it will be attached.
    • Yo – Send notifications to your subscribers.
    • 500px – Autopost images to your account.
  • Limited Backfeed of comments from Facebook and Twitter
    • This isn't generally seen as robust as using Bridgy with webmentions enabled, but some users may prefer it depending on their needs.
  • Ties in nicely with IndieWeb Taxonomy Plugin (as of SNAP version 3.4.10):
    • POSSE reply support: when you add a tweet URL into the response field for a post, when sharing to twitter, it will share AS a reply. Keeping the conversation stream instead of creating a lone tweet. [added by david peach]
      • One thing I will also send to the makers of SNAP is to only send as a reply if both the response URL has a tweet URL AS WELL AS the 'reply' kind being chosen.


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