Taglets Feeder is a Wordpress plugin that pushes updates to Taglets.org when you publish a post.
For each tag you specify for the post in Wordpress during post creation, when you publish the post, Taglets Feeder sends a comment to those tags with a comment of the form: [post title] [short url]
In the above example, the WP user has assigned the tags "taglets" and "wordpress" to the blog post. When that post is published, the Taglets Feeder plugin will automatically send a comment to those two tags of the form: [post title] [short url]. For example:
comment: Taglets.org API examples and sample code http://shortna.me/ba739
You can optionally specify a tag that Taglets Feeder always sends to, for every post you publish (e.g. a tag for the name of your blog), in addition to the tags specified for the post, as shown below:
The plugin is seamless and automatic to use. Once installed, you don't have to do anything special to use it. It automatically triggers when you publish a post. All you have to do is assign tags to the post in WP as you normally would and Taglets Feeder does the rest. You don't even need an account on taglets.org to use the plugin.
You can also specify a excluded category such that for posts assigned to that category, Taglets Feeder will not notify Taglets.org.
The normal behavior of Taglets Feeder is to attempt to post to all
tags (send notifications for all tags) and ignore errors for tags that
do not exist on Taglets.org. If you prefer, you can use the
"auto-create" feature of Taglets Feeder to cause it to dynamically
create any non-existent tags on the fly. If you activate the
"auto-create" option in Taglets Feeder Settings, you must also enter
your Taglets.org email and password so that Taglets Feeder can create
the tag on your behalf.
Download from Wordpress.org: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/taglets-feeder/
Bird Feeder plugin developed by Andrew Jaswa and is licensed under the GPL.