Support » Reviews » Free version not of much use

Free version not of much use

  • Supposed you only want to update your Twitter and Google+ status when posting, it’s not really worth the hassle. Google+ doesn’t work at all (upgrade to “Pro”, surprise, surprise…) and for sending a simple tweet now and then the plugin is clearly overdimensioned.

Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Plugin Author NextScripts


    Why exactly are you blaming us for the lack of Google+ free API? All networks that have free and open APIs are available for free in our plugin.

    Google+ don’t have API that we could use. There is no surprises here.

    We have rely on the unofficial third party library that needs to be maintained. This library is not free.

    As soon as Google creates it’s own API, we drop that library and include Google+ support for free as any other network.

    There’s a lot more than just facebook and twitter and just as a guide. I ranked for “real estate” using nothing but this plugin and made it all the way to page2. for a website with nothing more than a handful of 500 word posts and a 2100 word post I was trying to get ranked. Oh yeah, and did I mention I did ZERO back linking…

    ZERO backlinking except for this plugin, +6pages with minimal SEO, so if you can’t see the bigger picture you need to open your eyes a little further.

    I am not blaming anyone. I just noticed, it’s likely too big for the casual user.
    If I’d intend to post ten times a day to ten different social networks, I’d probably be quite happy with it. .

    Like I said, missing the bigger picture, I had nothing more than 6 pages… meaning I had only posted 6 times…
    not 10 times a day for X years.

    PS. I did go make all accounts for each free choice. Not just twitter and Facebook. Blogger, Delicious, Tumblr as well.

    You should use them all, even if you don’t plan on adding people or getting followers to those accounts.

Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • The topic ‘Free version not of much use’ is closed to new replies.