Automatically publish your blog posts to Social Networks including Twitter, Facebook, and, LinkedIn.
monthly base ...
try to make good plugin
Everything seems to be OK but nothing is published. Officially it's free at least during 30 days but, in fact, after 10 minutes my try period was finished. And I had to pay. Forget it.
I don't trust it.
I've tried to use this on two (2) eCommerce sites, and it just doesn't work consistenly. Support helps once or twice, then they don't respond. I think there's a problem with products from eCommerce sites and pushing those to social networks. It should be, though. Even the blogs or posts from our sites don't make it out. It's a shame--This is a good idea and they should work the bugs out.
Feeling very disappointed at the moment.
Of a total of 41 FB groups connected, only 4 have been publishing.
Now I have discovered that none of the following posts are working either:
• Blogger (1)
• Delicious (1)
• Diigo.com (1)
• Foursquare (1)
• Identi.ca (1)
• Plurk.com (1)
• tumblr.com (2)
What is going on?
Have I missed something in the setup steps, or does it just not work?
I did a review on Linksalpha AKA WordPress Plugin (Network Publisher) Social bookmarking plugin. Horrible customer service. Over-bill, will not answer in a remotely timely manner, support tickets. Then when they do, one line replies like they don't understand what you are saying or simply don't care. They have your money, they are overseas and could care less after they have your money.
is monthly base
You need to connect your site to your linkalpha account and then all posts will have "Posted by LinksAlpha" label.
You need to pay monthly subscription to get rid of those labels.
I have tried both this one and the Social Discussions or whatever plugin that for the most part looks the same with small differences. Both of them installed seperatly or even together state at the end of each post that the data was sent successfully. However, NOTHING is posted to the list of social sites in your network. Nothing ever happens. I was really hoping this would be my solution to replace what ping.fm used to be but instead it's a total fail (and a fail that wasted a LOT of my time). Life is short, so I hate wasted time.
And I am not paying monthly for it just to make it work like it should be working as it claims for free (with lag)
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