What is SNAP?

Social Networks Auto Poster (SNAP) is a WordPress plugin that give you an ability to automatically re-post your posts or announcements of your posts to your Twitter.

Why SNAP?

You can save your time and reach all your friends and followers using SNAP. Just write the post and plugin will do the rest. Once you click “Publish” button your post or announcement of your post will go to your Twitter.

Note : Please follow the steps on how to do it.

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Go to Plugins > Add New

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Search “NextScripts” in the search box > Click Search Plugins

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Click Install Now

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Click Activate Plugin

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Click Settings > {SNAP} Social Networks Auto Poster

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Click Add new account

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Select Twitter 

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Twitter uses OAuth to provide authorized access to its API. You need to create Twitter application with “Read and Write” access level and get “API key”, “API secret”, “Access token”, and “Access token secret”.
There is no need to separately “authorize” your blog, just enter all applicable info.

Twitter Configuration

1. Create a Twitter App for your website.

1. Login to your Twitter account.
2. Go to the Developers website: https://apps.twitter.com/ Sign in again if asked. Click “Create a new app” button on the right.

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3. Fill details, click “Create your Twitter application”.

Please use your own information for the next step, don’t literary re-type “NextScripts Blog”, “NextScripts.com” and other sample info.

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4. Click “Permissions” tab.

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[Very Important] Change “Permissions” to “Read and Write”. Click “Update Settings

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5. Click “API Keys” tab. Click “Create my access token” button at the end of the page.

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Wait couple minutes and click “Refresh”. (Keep refreshing the page until you see “Your access token section.”)

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*Notice API key and API secret as well as “Access token” and “Access token secret” on this page.

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FAQ: Question: I am getting this error when testing my account.{“error”:”Read-only application cannot POST”,”request”:”/1/statuses/update.json”}
Answer: Please check steps 4 and 5 again. Make sure your have “Read and Write” for both “OAuth settings” and “Your access token”

2. Connect Twitter to your WordPress.

1. Login to your WordPress Admin Panel, Go to the Settings->Social Networks AutoPoster Options.
2. Check “Auto-publish your Posts to your Twitter Page or Profile” checkbox.
3. Fill your Twitter URL.
4. Fill “API key” and “API secret” from step 5 above.
5. Fill “Access token” and “Access token secret” from step 5 above.

3. Your Twitter is ready to use.

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