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اربط مدونتك وردبريس تويتر الفيسبوك ياهو

WordPress.com sends your published blog posts to several places to automatically promote them for you. For example, your posts end up in WordPress.com’s global tag pages, are sent out to many search engines via Ping-o-Matic!, and sitemaps pings notify search engines of new updates.

In addition to these built in features, you can also choose to send your posts to any of several third party services. Currently, WordPress.com Publicize supports Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo!.

Publicize Posts

Once you’ve approved a connection to any of the below services, you’ll see a “Publicize” section in the Publish box on your post writing screen each time you write a new post.

Publicize - Publish Box

Just publish the post as usual, and you’ll see it show up in the Publicize services you enabled.

post published to Facebook

post published to Twitter

post published to Yahoo

If you want to opt out from any of the Publicize services for a specific post, just click the Publicize “Edit” link. You can then uncheck whichever services you want.

editing the Publicize - Publish Box

You can also customize the message that gets sent by typing it in to the Custom Message box after you click that Publicize “Edit” link.

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Facebook

If you don’t already have a Facebook account, sign up for one.

To connect your blog to your Facebook account, go to your blog’s Dashboard and then “My Blogs”.

dashboard-myblogs

If you have multiple blogs, find the row in the My Blogs table that corresponds to the blog you want to connect to your Facebook account.

In the “Publicize” column of that row, click on the “Facebook” checkbox.

Publicize: Facebook checked

A message will appear asking you to authorize the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Facebook account.

Publicize: Facebook authorization message

Click the authorization button and you’ll be taken to Facebook where you’ll be asked to approve several different pieces that are necessary for the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Facebook account. Approve them all.

Publicize: Facebook grant authorization dialog

Publicize: Facebook grant publish permission dialog

Publicize: Facebook grant offline permission dialog

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Twitter

If you don’t already have a Twitter account, sign up for one.

To connect your blog to your Twitter account, go to your blog’s Dashboard and then “My Blogs”.

dashboard-myblogs

If you have multiple blogs, find the row in the My Blogs table that corresponds to the blog you want to connect to your Twitter account.

In the “Publicize” column of that row, click on the “Twitter” checkbox.

Publicize: Twitter checked

A message will appear asking you to authorize the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Twitter account.

Publicize: Twitter authorization message

Click the authorization button and you’ll be taken to Twitter where you’ll be asked to approve the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Twitter account. Click “Allow”.

Publicize: Twitter grant authorization dialog

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Yahoo!

If you don’t already have a Yahoo account, sign up for one.

To connect your blog to your Yahoo account, go to your blog’s Dashboard and then “My Blogs”.

dashboard-myblogs

If you have multiple blogs, find the row in the My Blogs table that corresponds to the blog you want to connect to your Yahoo account.

In the “Publicize” column of that row, click on the “Yahoo! Updates” checkbox.

Publicize: Yahoo checked

A message will appear asking you to authorize the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Yahoo account.

Publicize: Yahoo authorization message

Click the authorization button and you’ll be taken to Yahoo where you’ll be asked to approve the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Yahoo account. Sign in with your Yahoo account and click “Continue” on the following screen.

Publicize - Yahoo Authentication

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Per Blog and Per User

For maximum flexibility, these connections between WordPress.com and our Publicize services are per blog and per user. If you have several blogs you want to connect, you’ll need to connect each one separately. For multi-author blogs, each user that wants to connect to a Publicize service will need to do so separately as well.

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