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- February 5, 2014 at 4:45 pm #131620dorisParticipant
Hi All, I’m a designer that is in over her head! Working in WordPress… I successfully set up SNAP for FB and Twitter, but I am STRUGGLING to get the Pinterest auto post to work. I see that I need to, first, “get a special library module”, which I’m not even sure what that means. Can I just install the “Use google libraries” plugin through WP? Also, what do I do with the provided script from the Pinterest Automated Posting page? Can I copy and paste it into something else?
Any help/advice will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!February 6, 2014 at 1:34 am #131735NextScripts.comParticipant
You are over-thinking it. There is basically nothing you need to do if you use WordPress. Google+ and Pinterest API libraries will be installed automatically once you order them.February 6, 2014 at 10:58 am #131884dorisParticipant
Thank you for your response, but when I “Add a New Account” (Pinterest) in SNAP it gives me this error message:
“Pinterest API Library not found
Pinterest doesn’t have a built-in API for automated posts yet.
You need to get a special API Library Module to be able to publish your content to Pinterest.”
Where do I go from here? Please help!February 6, 2014 at 11:13 am #131888NextScripts.comParticipant
Google and Pinterest don’t have free built-in API to make automated posts. You need to obtain a third party libraries to be able to post to Pinterest and Google+
Google+ and Pinterest API libraries along with MultiAccount Edition of the plugin are currently available for purchase for $49 from here: https://www.nextscripts.com/google-plus-automated-posting#getitFebruary 6, 2014 at 11:34 am #131896dorisParticipant
OK, so if I upgrade, it should all go smoothly and can be installed like Facebook and Twitter were?
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