Support » Plugin: Blog2Social: Social Media Auto Post & Scheduler » You have to pay to use the auto Post

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    (@blog2socialsupport)

    Hello,

    Thank you for your feedback @mohamedtaman. We are sorry to hear your opinion.

    Blog2Social offers a wide range of automation and customizing options in the free version. However, to ensure compliance with the new API rules of the social networks, some advanced functions of the auto-posting and auto-scheduling features are provided in the Premium versions.

    Like many other plugins on WordPress, Blog2Social is Freemium, which means that we offer a basic free version as well as advanced features in the Premium version. More than 60.000 users are perfectly happy with the free version.

    There are in fact a lot of things you can do with the free version of Blog2Social.

    For example:
    -Share your posts or pages on 14 different social networks at once: Twitter, Facebook (profile and page), LinkedIn (profile), XING (profile), Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit, Torial, Medium, Tumblr, Flickr, Diigo, Bloglovin and VK
    -Customize your social media posts with personal comments, hashtags, handles, emojis, and select an image of your choice from your blog post. You can even edit the complete HTML markup for re-publishing your post on Tumblr, Torial, and Medium.
    -View all your social media posts in one single place.
    -Automatically generate hashtags from the tags of your post.
    -Edit the meta tag information of your blog posts and pages.
    -Use the free Blog2Social Extension for Firefox and Chrome to save links while browsing and share them whenever you want.

    If you need more advanced options, you can upgrade anytime.

    jotada

    (@jotada)

    I’m with Mohamed on this. It is true that “Blog2Social offers a wide range of automation and customizing options in the free version.” However, automatically posting new blog posts, which is in the title of the plug-in, does not appear to be among them. It seems to be a pretty comprehensive plug-in if you pay for it, though.

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