24 Responses

  1. Jon
    Jon December 23, 2015 at 20:08 | | Reply

    This is really cool. I plan to implement this on one of my sites to pull in industry news. Thanks!

  2. Jon
    Jon January 19, 2016 at 15:16 | | Reply

    Mark, for now I just have the core-plugin set up. It generates a short list of just 5 posts at the bottom of my website homepage (http://introtopumps.com). The same list is duplicated at a child page (/pump-business/) and then the full list of posts is available at another page (/pump-business/pump-news/). In the next few weeks I plan to create a newsletter that picks 5 or so of the most interesting reads generated by the feed and send those out as a weekly update (similar to The WhiP from WPMUDEV).

    Anyway, thanks for the great plugin!

  3. Emma Watson
    Emma Watson February 22, 2016 at 21:27 | | Reply

    Thanks for this! Very useful article as I’m in the process of creating my own blog. I definitely learned a lot and thanks for the recommendations!

  4. don frazier
    don frazier January 6, 2017 at 08:47 | | Reply

    When and how are the feeds moved to the website after being published??

  5. Don Frazier
    Don Frazier January 6, 2017 at 13:03 | | Reply

    When I first publish the feeds they are not immediately on the site, they show up in “recent post” but are not showing on the site unless I go to “recent post” and bring them up there.

  6. Don Frazier
    Don Frazier January 6, 2017 at 16:19 | | Reply

    One other thing; this plugin is made up of many different components,add ons, where as the customers would have been better served with one comprehensive plugin made up of all the “add ons” that must be purchased separately.

  7. Juan diaz
    Juan diaz February 22, 2017 at 16:33 | | Reply

    Hey. Any ideas on how to improve performance and maybe also auto-delete older posts and media?

    I believe the WP media gallery gets a lot of images really fast and becomes overpopulated.

  8. John
    John September 26, 2017 at 23:44 | | Reply

    Hi – is it possible to only display a main image and excerpt, and then link to the original post, meaning to not import the posts?

    I’d like to make a site that only displays the main stories on a topic, gathered from various sources, and then refers to the original sources.

  9. Michael
    Michael June 1, 2018 at 13:54 | | Reply

    Can I show “full posts” on my website from various different feeds without duplicate content issues?

  10. Abiol
    Abiol October 6, 2018 at 13:22 | | Reply

    HI, this is an awesome read, however i wanna ask, can i import an RSS and still maintain the category of the imported RSS. my point is, i have several website i want to get rss feeds from, and am looking for a way to maintain the existing categories of all the Website am generating my RSS from. is that in anyway posssible

  11. Anisha
    Anisha January 13, 2020 at 10:06 | | Reply

    Hi Mark, Thanks for article learn a lot from it. Can you please write an article on how to SEO for autoblogging website.

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