Tweetily will automatically promote your posts or pages on Twitter to keep your content alive and drive traffic to your site. Set it and forget it!
I used to love this plugin but something happened recently and it simply no longer sends out tweets. Uninstalling and reinstalling does nothing and repeated cries for help on the forum are going unanswered, so I'm deleting the plugin and looking for others that can do the same thing. Sorry.
Worked fine for a couple of weeks, seemed a really useful plugin. Then it just stopped, for no particular reason. I originally rated it one star for that reason, but then it started working again for no particular reason, and is now automatically tweeting blog posts at the times I've set it to. Fingers crossed it continues to do so. If it does I may come back and nudge the rating up to 4 or 5, because when it works this is a handy social media plugin. Equally, if it returns to malfunctioning I might pop back and shade it down to 2 or 1 again. But for now, all is good.
Ok, not only it is a rip of TweetOldPost, but when you decide to get rid of this, you can't. Maybe we should inform wordpress.org.
The plugin is really great. Since tweets have a positive effect on SEO, I am using it on my website to give it a ranking boost.
Very good plugin, I'm using it at Nergiza with good results.
Only one problem, the random time added doesn't work.
This is just a copy of TOP
Works great on my WP 3.7.1 installation.
Bad copy of the good old Tweet Old Post
Errors regardless of what I try. I reset the plugin, cleared my cache, everything... Twitter responds and it goes to a page within my WordPress installation that states that I don't have permission to manage.
As the title implies, when it works, it's absolutely great at tweeting and bringing traffic to my site. However, it's gone down on me twice over the last two months and there's no notification or notice it's stopped.
I'd be giving this five stars were it to stay up all the time. I suspect it's breaking down is related to WP website updates and I feel developers who wish their plugins to stay active should stay up to date on that.
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