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Is there any way to post Google+ status updates to Twitter / Facebook?

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webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/16921/… addresses this for Facebook. I haven't yet seen any information about doing it for Twitter. –  Al E. Jul 8 '11 at 13:05

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I have recently started using ManageFlitter. Once you sign up and associate your Twitter account and Google+ profile, it Tweets all Public posts you make to Google+.

(Review by Lifehacker)

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There's a chrome extension that provides you with a "Share on" link that can post to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Article: http://chromestory.com/2011/07/google-plus-extension-for-chrome/
Extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/oenpjldbckebacipkfbcoppmiflglnib

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gplus.sagg.im purports to provide a gateway for sending from Google+ to Facebook, Twitter, and Identi.ca.

  1. Sign in on the site with Identi.ca, Twitter and/or Facebook
  2. Once you have connected, you will be given an authentication string. Create a Google+ post containing your authentication string and share it only with +Agent G
  3. You can now sync G+ posts to your connected account(s) by simply sharing your post with +Agent G
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There's an online application that sends Google+ updates to Twitter and Facebook at http://netvaniplus.netvani.com.

It uses OAuth 2.0.

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There's an ifttt recipe that should work.

Currently it doesn't for me, but I hope that will be resolved.

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This IFTTT recipe does it.

I use it to selectively send Google Plus updates into Twitter.

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