Spotify SocialYour account page on the official site now includes a handy piece of HTML code to promote your playlists. Copy-paste the code into your blog or website for a clickable graphic like this: There's also a WordPress plugin called Spotify Profile Link that does pretty much the same thing. .
WordPress Plugin: WP-SpotifyDavid Hermansson's WP-Spotify is a WordPress plugin that lets you link Spotify tracks to your posts and pages using uri-based shortcodes. For example, once installed enter a song URI in brackets like this:
[ spotify:track:1g0CqXt6IaISnszhZ4QEun ]and it appears in your blog post like this: [spotify:track:1g0CqXt6IaISnszhZ4QEun] WP-Spotify includes a widget you can add to your sidebar that displays your loved (starred) tracks in Spotify: have a look at the bottom of this page for an example. Currently you can only specify single tracks, but the developer is already working on support for artist and album embeds. .
I'm A Scrobbling ManThere are lots of Last.fm scrobbling plugins and widgets for bloggers, but the one I use is called Last.fm for WordPress. You can configure it all sorts of ways to display various stats from your Last.fm page, either with a widget or with a bit of code in your page like this (note you'll need to disable your visual editor to post the code): .
lastfm_tracks('username');. I've added this to the bottom of my blog's About page so that you can see the last 5 tracks I've listened to like this:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function lastfm_tracks() in /homepages/44/d119572650/htdocs/afront/blog/wp-content/plugins/exec-php/includes/runtime.php(42) : eval()'d code on line 37