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NextGEN Facebook - Complete Meta Tags for FB, Google, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn & More

Display your content in the best possible way on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. - no matter how your webpage is shared!

12 reviews
Average Rating
4.4 out of 5 stars
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your lame plugin distroyed my website
By , for WP 4.3

and I dont even know how to fix it. shame on you. I dont even know where to contact your lame support for help. My hosting provider doesnt help me nor i have any support. I am helpless.

By , for WP 4.1.2

This plugin does nothing in the free version. You need to get the pro version for social media autopost.

Wasted 5 mins
By , for WP 4.0.1

Installed it.
No buttons showed up.

Uninstalled it.

It's only work if we pay for it...
By ,

For free/basic version.. it just same if we didnt install this plugin..useless.. paid version is something what we looking to use on it..

Refused to play nice with my setup
By , for WP 4.1

Didn't seem to want to work with my current site at all

Rubbish Plugin & Support... WordPress SEO Works Better!
By , for WP 4.0

Save Your Money!

The paid plugin never worked, after multiple tickets and receiving zero support, we ended up configuring the WordPress SEO plugin and it worked INSTANTLY.

Then after requesting a refund, the vendor was rude, patronizing and smug with their response.

Poor quality product, poor quality service and not nice people for a plugin that is NOT actually needed to get the Facebook Graph meta data working correctly.

CATION: A Revenue Killer!!
By , for WP 4.0

It seemed nice, made images pull "correctly" so I bought the pro version. It took a day or so before between cause and effect so it took me a while to track down why, but my traffic and revenue dropped significantly. My traffic is almost 95% dependent on Facebook, and this plugin was sending tiny little thumbnails instead of full size images, so as they were posted on facebook, they were much less noticeable. It cut my revenue to a third of what it was, until I finally disabled the plugin, and my revenue shot back up. I lost and estimated $400 to $800 in revenue while the plugin was activated. Use with extreme caution, if at all!

90% of the features require purchase of pro version
By , for WP 3.9.2

In my opinion a waste of time if you aren't prepared to spend money for pro features from the get go - pro features constitute 90% of what you see in settings - not sure how/why this is rated so highly

perhaps I'm missing something or something has recently changed

DO NOT BUY!! Terrible License Policy
By , for WP 3.9.1

Like a few other reviewers I also bought the PRO version because when I get value from a plugin I like to reward the developers.

Unfortunately in this case the developers are greedy and short-sighted.

Last week we changed the URL of our WP blog. Everything else stayed the same, we just changed the URL. The plugin showed an "Authorization Failed" error. I contacted the developer and he refused to re-activate the license.


I'm sure the developer will respond immediately to this bad review and say something like "this policy was explained during the purchasing process." My answer is "SO WHAT?" A stupid policy is a stupid policy, regardless of whether you explain it during checkout.

Developers like this who provide poor support for their PRO versions make it less likely that people will buy PRO versions of other plugins.

Poor PRO Support
By , for WP 3.9.1

Bought the Pro version while building our installation. We decided to change our domain name for various reasons but there are no ways to unlink the license to change the associated WordPress address.

The free version works great for what it allows you to do, but don't buy the pro version unless you are 100% sure you are not going to ever change your wordpress URL ever.

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