7 Responses

  1. Christian Zumbrunnen
    Christian Zumbrunnen November 11, 2013 at 15:06 | | Reply

    looks nice and would be nice to win!

    ANISH SHAH November 11, 2013 at 15:51 | | Reply

    Really want to try this…. Hoping to win

  3. hideipuser
    hideipuser November 11, 2013 at 16:23 | | Reply

    Nice giveaway.

  4. wpdhaval
    wpdhaval November 11, 2013 at 17:36 | | Reply

    Nice giveaway….but plugin was fabulous…..

  5. Andres
    Andres November 12, 2013 at 18:38 | | Reply

    Awesome plugin.

    1. jsmoriss
      jsmoriss November 12, 2013 at 22:57 | | Reply

      Thanks. 😉


  6. jsmoriss
    jsmoriss November 13, 2013 at 15:51 | | Reply

    Why an Open Graph and Twitter Card plugin? Doesn’t an SEO plugin cover that? 🙂

    SEO plugins have been around for many years, and most of the traffic coming to websites used to be from search engines, so it made sense to organize content, etc., for search engines — thus the name “Search Engine Optimization”. But the market is changing… Now many websites see a good 50% of their traffic coming from social websites, and when you share content on social websites, they need different things than a search engine does.

    SEO plugins have tried to offer some social features, but they can only offer the basics at best — letting the social website know about the title and a short description.

    What about your images from NextGEN Gallery? SEO plugins don’t resolve shortcodes to retrieve images. How about videos? With preview images? SEO plugins don’t use the Youtube/Vimeo/Wistia APIs to fetch that information. How about WooCommerce/WP e-Commerce/MarketPress products? SEOs don’t offer information on prices, variations, stock levels, etc. How about bbPress forum/topics/authors?

    All of these, and much more, are covered by NGFB Open Graph+. It covers the other half that SEO plugins don’t. 😉


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