A case-study for the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. We look into a website called Classic Car Curation that, through the use of original content and imported RSS feeds, has amassed over 100,000 weekly hits on their WordPress site. A testament to the power of a constant flow of fresh content.
Instagram has over 700 millions of active users and tons of user-generated content. Moreover, it develops faster than any other social network. So why not use this huge audience for the sake of your WordPress website? And there is the tool for this purpose — Grace Instagram Feed Gallery for WordPress!
Grace is the part of Social Stream Apps project, which is dedicated to the development of next-generation plugins for social streaming. In case you do not know what is “social streaming” — it is the new opportunity to seamlessly connect any social network with your WordPress website by means of automatically updated feed (or combination of nearly unlimited number of feeds).
What does this plugin allow you to create and why is it important? Let us dive into Grace and explore the most interesting features and the goals they achieve.
Content aggregator websites are certainly something that you’ve run into at least a few times in your life on the web. But when it comes time to think about examples of content aggregator websites, your mind might be going blank.
In this post, I’m going to showcase 6 different examples of successful content aggregator websites. Then, at the end of the post, I’ll tell you how you can use WP RSS Aggregator to create your very own content aggregator site using WordPress.
The WP RSS Aggregator plugin keeps growing in popularity having reached a total of 400,000 downloads, and there are more plans to grow it further. Being the Project Lead, I always look for different ways of implementing it, so I used my resources to create the best WordPress news dashboard possible, all powered by our WP RSS Aggregator plugin and its add-ons (and a few other plugins to take care of the minor tasks) – introducing WP News Desk.