Automatically re-publishes blogposts to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Blogger, Tumblr, Delicious, Plurk, etc profiles and/or pages
Now part of my every blog.
It's great when you have only one plugin to cover all your need. This is what I looked for. But I would give you 5, if the plugin could handle tagging users in a post. Like mention user on Twitter post. This is very essential for me. So far, I have to make it manually through the edit post page.
Thanks for this great plugin
I work in IT but I'm fairly new to WordPress. I've spent hours trying to get various plugins to work from my privately hosted WordPress site and post to a FaceBook Group. Sooo frustrating, many plugins simply don't work or have instructions that are out of date with FaceBooks Developer/Apps configurations. This one just works, easy. Thanks to the developer, outstanding work.
Tremendous increase in traffic - immediately!!
I wanted to be able to auto post to Google Plus so I purchased the upgrade to the PRO version and it appears to be the only way to cross post to Google Plus out there on the market. The plugin was not as easy to use as I had hoped, but if you look at the instructions on the site, then it is possible to solve the issues that popped up. It can be a bit clunky though. I wish the instructions, including common error troubleshooting came with the download. I had to search around for instructions and give it a few more tries before it worked.
UPDATE: I was given instructions on how to update my review so I have corrected it! Thank you all for the tips.
g+ crossposting just awesome :)
where is no analogs
Look no further - the only plugin you will ever need to have your WP blog cross-post across all social networks. Such a smart add-on and an absolute solution to what I needed. And to add the cherry to the top, when I needed some support, they went above and beyond to help me solve my problem. Thank you so much guys!
I'm extremely impressed with this plugin and the customer service from these guys.
I've upgraded to the PRO version for $50 and it's been really great for us since we need to post to Google!
It has worked really well out of the box and although it takes a bit of time to setup the networks to connect, it's really worth the time, especially with the very detailed documentation on their website, it's made things so much easier for us.
This plugin does exactly what we need, and before purchasing the PRO upgrade, we sent 2 emails with questions to their support and got back the answers we needed very promptly from Mr Ludwig Van Normainen, I can only assume he is the owner. What a great guy and awesome service!
Without any doubt, I 100% recommend this plugin to everyone. The free version is just too awesome and if you're looking to post to Google, for an extra $50, it's more than worth it!
Plus these guys i believe have really put in the work in creating this plugin. I'm even surprised they are giving away the feature packed version without google+ only for totally Free, unbelievable!
Thank you Nextscripts. You guys are on another level! We need all developers to be like you guys. Thanks
So. i bought this mainly because of the feature to post to google+ since there's nothing out there that works so far for me. But after reading about the setup and installation of the Google+ API for nextscripts i read this crazy statement, "Please note that WordPress is not storing your Google+ password in very secure manner, so you better create a separate G+ account for your website."
I don't want to put all the blame on nextscripts here for this since i don't know if there's a secure password work-around, so i applaud them for attempting a solution for Google+, but i mean it's pretty worthless to me if my original google+ account for my website should not be used.
If you want to pay for this plugin you will have to ask yourself two questions . . .
- is it worth paying for the opportunity for a hacker to hack the password to your google+ account?
- is it worth setting up a separate google+ account just for this plugin's sake?
Those are questions you will have to ask yourself. I would have rated it higher, but this plugin does not make sense for me to use.
== edit 3-28-13 ==
after dialogue with support staff it seems that the password storage issue is not as 'crazy' as i made it to be. NextScripts does a good job with this plugin. Wish the password didn't have to be stored on wordpress's database, but this is the best solution out there now . . . and a good one.
I just bought this last night, and this afternoon, honestly, I was having a bit of buyer's remorse. However, I am not that savvy at coding and stuff, so for someone like me, it did take a bit of patience and carefully following the instructions. But if this "Mom blogger" can figure this out, anyone can. Take your time, read carefully, follow all their instructions step by step and give yourself time to do it uninterrupted and without your kids bothering you. Once you get it set up and get the kinks worked out as far as how you want it to look (titles and stuff) this is so easy, best money I've spent on my blog in a long time!
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