In short the answer is not really.
I have had very little exposure to Oauth in recent years and luckily for someone like me (little in practical experience but a base understanding of how it works) this has been relatively simple to get my head round
Now before I go into further detail i must give credit to the people that originally posted any adapted scripts – mainly Oauth Keys
So for FaceBook – Credit goes to John Newman and you can find his work at http://facebookpsmodule.codeplex.com
For Twitter – Credit goes to this Powershell Workflow that was posted by Peter van der Woude on Technet Galleries – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Send-Tweets-via-a-72b97964
Getting the Facebook one working was a tad more difficult than twitter – however this is due to how FaceBook manages “apps” more than anything else.
So Eventually it came down to having a New-FBFeed and a Send-Tweet function but what about when I wanted to Post the same thing to Both?
So i wrote a simple Function that calls both Send-Tweet and New-FBPost which i will post below
And its as Simple as that.