Have you connected Plinky with your blog?

Did you know that you can connect your Plinky account to WordPress.com, WordPress.org, LiveJournal, Tumblr, TypePad, and Xanga?

(If you would like to connect Plinky with a blogging service that isn’t currently supported, you can start a free blog at WordPress.com in seconds. You can even import the content from your old blog to your new blog if you like.)

Connecting Plinky with another service will not automatically publish all your answers on your blog. You’ll be given the option to share each answer after it’s been posted, but it’s up to you to choose which ones to publish on other services.

Simply log in to Plinky.com, locate Your Services on the right sidebar and click Add a Service!

You’ll be taken to your settings page. Click Add Service.

Next, select a service from the drop-down menu, then enter your login information.

That’s it! Now every time you answer a prompt, you’ll have the option to publish your response on your blog with a single click of the share button.

By the way, don’t forget that you can also receive Plinky prompts via Twitter and Facebook:

Twitter.com/PlinkyPrompts
Facebook.com/PlinkyDotCom

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3 Responses to Have you connected Plinky with your blog?

  1. oreillydavis says:

    IT DOESN’T WORK for BLOGGER!!!! I try, I end up being sent to this other site with a list of PROTOCOLS and whatever else!!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!! All I want to do is add a ‘service’. I don’t want to have to go to law school in order to be able to read the instructions that would allow me to set up a simple page.

  2. Erica Johnson says:

    Sorry about that! Thanks for letting us know. We’re working on it and will keep you updated on our progress.

  3. Glad I’m not the only one having problems trying to connect blogger. Hope you guys get a fix soon because I want all my answers published on my blog.

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