The Google + Plugin integrates WordPress with your G+ Profile and Page - now with BuddyPress and Post Format Support!
As we have with several of their plugins, Installed the "free" version.
the plugin had problems. Got API errors and crashes. No Support. As usual with their stuff, A nag bar/screen nags you to death - and their prices, for a plugin, are ridiculous.
I strongly suspect that some of the 5 star ratings are faked, or lets say, severely biased due to financial interest. (Same people giving same short "amazing" review on ALL. So we are leaving our own on the ones we tested/used)
posted this in support section... and two other posts... one of which i worked out for myself.. no help from request for help...
my remaining problems that author is ignoring isI am still trying to understand why the shortcodes do not work but I managed to add the widget onto the sidebar... ive done an import and the side bar displays some of my earlier posts...
if i add further posts to g+ it does not display any of them...
and is anyone checking this support forum ... i need a reply please to shortcodes....
Deleted this plugin because the developers managed to make it crash the site with a "Fatal error: Class 'apiAuth' not found in /home/******/public_html/wp-content/plugins/google/lib/external/google/auth/apiAuthNone.php on line 24"
Test your plugins first people.
Deleted this plugin on Nov 2 2014 because it broke the site on an update. The end.
... and CERTAINLY not supported!
In my mind "fully integrate Google+ with your WordPress site" would mean this plugin would facilitate moving WordPress posts to a Google+ Page. Sure couldn't get it to do that - and asking for help is like talking to a brick wall.
Try going to their site - you'll get a form on the Support page, only to find out within seconds that you're trying to type in to a slider which is touting how wonderful they are. Not so much. If you're gonna put a form on a page, put a form on the page NOT A PICTURE OF A FORM!
When people are coming to your support site, that means they've already been stymied by some aspect of the way your plugin works ... or DOESN'T work.
Next step - I go to the Contact Us page. Finally a real form! ONLY TO BE OVERLAYED BY A BOX THAT INSISTS ON BECOMING A MEMBER.
Thank you, no. Too bad these folks decided to be more like Google (complicated way beyond necessity) and not so much like WordPress (quick and easy to implement).
Maybe some day someone will publish a better solution for this need.
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