Automatically add links to published posts to your Facebook pages, groups, etc.
Check official website for live demo http://blog.readygraph.com/add-link-to-facebook/
ReadyGraph is removed from the plugin
Automatically add links to posts or pages that are being published to your Facebook wall, pages or groups. Simple one time setup and forget. The way links appear on Facebook can be customized.
The link title will be the post title. The link description will be the excerpt, or part of the post text if there is none. It is possible to configure a link image (WordPress icon, first image in the media library or in the text, featured image, avatar of the author or custom image) or you can let Facebook select one automatically. It is possible to exclude individual post links from being added to your wall, pages or groups by ticking a check box just above the publish button.
There is support for multi-user and network sites and shortcodes will be processed (option). It works for remote publishing too, for example from Android or iOS (iPhone, iPad) powered devices or using Window Live Writer or from Linux using BloGTK or Blogilo.
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Subscription form can gather more than just e-mail address, you can select additional fields like name, location, age and interests. All the subscribers can be exported into .csv, .xls, .tsv or .xml format and used anywhere else, in fact, you can even select to export by criteria active, or inactive or simply all.
Your subscribers have the option to unsubscribe in each e-mail digest they receive, or you can put unsubscription form on your website. As of now, all use HTML template, and the new post digest uses short excerpt, with post title and post featured image (if there is any). In future I plan to add different e-mail template options (see below in road-map). Your digest email can contain your favourite social media links, just set them up simply in the admin, and they appear automatically in the e-mail. You can even try sending a post digest only to yourself, so you can see what it looks like, the option is Admin > Subscribers > Settings, on the right hand side.
All WordPress registered users have the option to subscribe simply in their WordPress profile, by checking E-mail subscriptions in Personal Options section.
Forms have both client / server side validation and they are literally bulletproof. There plenty of other features you will find "on the run".
New you can change the look of the e-mail digest, colours, type etc. and contact all your subscribers directly with your own Subject and Message right from your WordPress dashboard.
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Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.12
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Active Installs: 20,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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