How To Automatically Publish WordPress Blog Post To Facebook Page and Other Social Sites?

Facebook is the largest social media platform in the world with more than a billion users. It is also one of the largest source of traffic for many websites. In this article, we will show you how to automatically post to Facebook from WordPress to increase your social media following and traffic.

If you want to publish your WordPress blog posts automatically to Facebook page or other social media sites like Twitter, Google+ and others then there are two plugins which I would like to recommend, they are very easy to setup and works smoothly.

NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster (SNAP):

If you like to publish your blog post to more social sites than what Jetpack provides then you may like this plugin, It allows you auto posting to variety of social websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+(Google Plus), Blogger, Tumblr, Flickr, LiveJournal, Flipboard, FriendFeed, DreamWidth, Delicious, Diigo, Instapaper, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Plurk, VKontakte(, YouTube,, Scoop.It, WordPress, etc. The whole process is completely automated.

Your new post will be published to all your configured social networks. You can reach the most audience and tell all your friends, readers and followers about your new post. It works with profiles, business pages, community pages, groups, etc.

Download SNAP
Click NextScripts > in menu bar click Products> You can download either Free or Pro version.

Install SNAP
In your blog dashboard, Go to Plugins>Add New>Click Upload Plugin>Choose files>Install Now>Activate Plugin

Configure SNAP
Go to Settings (in left sidebar)> Click SNAP>Add New Account
For every social site there is link for Detailed Facebook Installation/Configuration Instructions, you can visit this link before going further to understand how you can configure particular feature.

Posting to Social Sites
Once it is configured, when you write new post you’ll find various options for posting it as the end of post box.

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