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Open Source program to post to twitter and other social media

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I am being tasked to built a program to integrate with the current ASP.net web application which has the users post the their individual blogs. Now i am asked to expand the current web application to automatically post the content to other social media.

Is there a tool to accomplish this.
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hi

you can use twitter API
http://dev.twitter.com/pages/libraries

or check out this article, has alot of options on how to integrate twitter into your App..
http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/03/02/twitter-web-designer-and-developer-toolbox-api-and-tutorials/


here is 83 Open Source Web API Frameworks (for social sites)
http://www.thegoodnamesweregone.com/post/83-open-source-web-api-frameworks.aspx

all the best
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