Source: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordtwit/[/SIZE]WordTwit keeps track of when you publish new posts, and automatically informs your followers by pushing out a tweet to twitter in the format you specify. All links are automatically converted to tiny URLs to save space. Most users see a substantial increase in blog traffic after tweeting their posts on a frequent basis using WordTwit!
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Wordtwit recently came with a new update and with that update comes a new way to get it to work. I might be able to help you step by step to get the plugin to work again.
> Update your Wordtwit plugin
> When you've updated your plugin, go to your Wordpress admin-panel and click on "Wordtwit"
> At the top of that page there will be something in a blue box, telling you that you need to configure your settings before Wordtwit actually works
> It will lead you to a page similar like this:
> When you scroll down, you will need to fill in some information. Make sure you set the acces to Read & Write and make sure that your site's URL is filled in at the Callback URL
> Then, scroll back up and click on the next navigation-link "OAth tool"
> There you will find several keys: Consumer key, Consumer secret and two other things. Be sure that you copy+paste your comsumer key and consumer secret somewhere safe, you'll need it to activate Wordtwit.
> When you've done that, go back to your Wordpress admin-panel and go to your Wordtwit settings "Options". You will be asked to fill in your OAth stuff, that you've pasted somewhere safe.
> Then you're actually finished. You can fine-tune your twitter settings to make it look nicer when there's a posted tweeted.
> When you've saved those settings, go to your accounts settings under the Wordtwit part. Add your twitter account by login in with your twitter username and password.
Just done :good:
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