Supported Networks

The list of all Supported Networks

Networks where SNAP can autopost

Premium networks require any SNAP API subscription.

Social Networks

LinkedIn - Post text, article, image or share a link to your profile, group, or company page. - Autopost text, image or share a link to your profile or group
Plurk - Autopost to your account. Ability to attach Image to messages
Pinterest - Post your blogpost's image to your Pinterest board.
Twitter - Autopost to your account. Ability to attach images to tweets
VK.Com - Post text, image or share a link to your profile or group page
Weibo - Biggest Chinese Microblogging Service. You can post your messages and images
XING - Post text messages, images or share links.

Blogs/Publishing Platforms

Blogger - Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported
Flipboard - Autopost to your magazines
Google My Business - Create Google My Business post
Instapaper - Autopost to your account
LiveJournal - Auto-submit your blogpost to LiveJournal blog or community. LiveJournal engine based website is also supported
Medium - Autopost to your profile or publications
Scoop.It - Autopost to your "Topics". Ability to attach your blogpost to scoop. Ability to make "Image" posts
SETT - Auto-post to your blog
Tumblr - Create a text post, image post, audio or video post on your Tumbler blog. HTML is supported.
WP Based Blog - Auto-submit your blogpost to another WordPress based site. Support for any standalone Wordpress and,, etc..

Link Sharing/Boormarks

Diigo - Auto-submit bookmark to your account
Reddit - Autopost to your subreddits

Email Marketing

MailChimp - One of the most popular email marketing tools. You can send your blogposts as email campaigns to specific subscribers


Line - Autopost texts, images, or links to your channel, group or chat
Telegram - Autopost texts, images, or links to your channel, group or chat
Yo - Send notifications to your subscribers

Image Sharing

deviantART (!) - Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported
Flickr - Autopost images to your photostream and/or sets. Tags are supported


vBulletin - Auto-submit your blogpost to vBulletin forums. Could create new threads or new posts


Facebook - Autopost text, image or share a link to your profile, business page, community page, or Facebook group
Instagram - Upload your blogpost's image to your Instagram account.
YouTube - Post messages to your YouTube channel feed. Ability to attach existing YouTube videos to posts
What is an API? What is the difference between native and Premium API?

API is a special interface that allows external services to communicate with each other.  For example, if plugin wants to post something to Facebook it needs to call Facebook’s API and provide all credentials and post info. 

Most social media have native APIs. Native means API for Facebook is provided by Facebook itself. You can use our plugin for free with all social media that provide native APIs.
Some social media networks either have no API or their API is closed to public. For some of those networks we developed our own APIs. Those APIs will be installed on your site and plugin will communicate with them the same way as it does with native APIs. Access to those APIs is $49.95/ year,
PS: It gets a bit more complicated with Facebook, LinkedIn and Blogger. All three of them have  native APIs, but those APIs are limited and do not provide all possible abilities. So for those sites we support both limited native APIs and fully featured premium APIs.

SNAP Features


Most Major Social Networks are supported.


SNAP has a lot of settings to configure.

Powerful Filters

Set what posts go to each network based on categories, tags, type, format and many more criteria.

Limit Autoposting Speed

Importing many posts at once? Not a problem. SNAP can query your autoposts and publish them one by one in defined time intervals.

Custom URLs for AutoPosts

You can set a custom URL for the link shared by SNAP

Autopost New Blogposts

SNAP will automatically post your newly published blogposts (pages, events, products, custom post types) to all your defined social media accounts.

Quick Post

Send a quick post to all configured social networks without creating a WordPress blogpost.

"Spin" message post templates

Automatically change/alter the words or sentences in your social media posts 

Emoji Support

Emoji Support

Export/Import Plugin settings

You Export and Import all plugin settings as backup or to move it to another site

Format your posts

Format your posts using flexible replacement tags. make text posts, share links, or post images.


SNAP can post tags, categories and any other custom WordPress taxonomies as Hashtags

Additional URL Parameters

Add additional parameters to the links posted by SNAP.

URL Shorteners

URL Shorteners:,, Rebrandly, YOURLS and built in WordPress URL Shortener

See what was posted

You can see the direct links to the posts published by SNAP on the "Post Edit" page

SNAP Pro for Wordpress

Pro version upgrade adds the ability to configure more than one account for each social network and some additional features.

Get SNAP Pro

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