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  • I’ve got a great idea how the company I work for can improve brand awareness and reach a whole new segment of internet surfers.

    I want us to have a plugin. Or widget.

    Here’s what I’m not sure about yet.
    – A widget doesn’t work in WordPress, yes?
    A wordpress(specific?) plugin is needed.

    – If we make a widget. I figure it would be wise to submit it to Any other ideas on how to spread the widget? Or advice on making it?

    – Personally I love wordpress but of course we have to make sure the plugin can be used by all blogging platforms.
    Will a plugin made for wordpress work on Typepad or Blogger?

    Thank you very much for all and any feedback!

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    Member is not a site geared toward wordpress widgets, atleast best I can tell. I searched for WordPress and nothing was returned.

    Youre not understanding what a wordpress widget is, obviously. Take a look here,

    A WordPress plugin and a WordPress widget are not the same thing.

    Lastly, neither widgets or plugins made for WordPress will work for other blogging platforms “out of the box” — thats why theyre called WordPress plugins or WordPress widgets.

    Does that help?

    Good link!
    Yes I understand a bit more now.

    We need to develop a wordpress widget and a wordpress plugin.
    Submit the wp-widget to widgetbox to include them.
    Then create working verisons of the widget and plugins for other blogging platforms.
    I’ll head on to their forums for any support needed there.


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