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I have a personally hosted WordPress installation. When I write a new post I want an excerpt of the post and a link to it to be posted to a different blog (via the Blogger or MetaWeblog APIs). I've seen it done before, though I don't know if WordPress was the platform of the original blog post. Is there a plugin to do this, or a setting I don't see perhaps?


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closed as off-topic by Pieter Goosen, kaiser Aug 7 '14 at 11:18

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Depending on your dev skills you could just program this yourself and hook into the publish function. and call any api or do whatever you want :-). If you need more specifics, you should be more specific on where you want to go and what exactly you want to send there.


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