wp rss aggregator
Although RSS feeds do not have a ton of functionality on offer, webmasters can add custom code to their site to implement amazing features. In this post, we’ll cover some incredibly useful tips and tricks to help you get started.
In this post, we’ll explore how you can start importing from Instagram to WordPress with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin to share your photos and videos with your site’s viewership. We’ll cover the standout features of the WP RSS Aggregator plugin and walk you through a tutorial to help you get started.
With the abundance of news pieces and the number of blog sites continuously growing, keeping track of what’s coming round can be tiring. Fortunately, there is such a standard as RSS that makes it super easy. It provides a simple yet an effective way to keep up with the latest news and what matters to you most. In other words, RSS grabs content from a particular website and aggregates it into a news reader application.
One of the benefits of WordPress is it has RSS built in. RSS (Really Simple Syndication, or Rich Site Summary) is an easy way to syndicate content, which is published as feeds, and make it easy for that content to be consumed online and through RSS readers.
SpinnerChief is an article spinner that can not only generate hundreds of new articles in minutes, but in one click it can also rewrite articles to a very high level of human readability and uniqueness.
Incorporating this spinner into WordPress is now made very easy through the use of the WP RSS Aggregator SpinnerChief add-on which uses this third party as an article spinner service.
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.
It has been said that RSS is a kind of glue that binds web content, social networks and media together. And it’s easy to see why. Also referred to as Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication, RSS is a protocol that allows people to share and read content without having to regularly visit a website to see what’s new. RSS feeds are automatically generated by blogs, news sources and online publications and are available in a standardised format that makes it simple for readers to access and keep up with their favourite news and updates quickly and easily. In short, subscribing to RSS feeds from established sites is an easy way of gathering valuable content, which can be read at leisure or published and shared on your website.
Autoblogging is a way of setting up a website whose blog is taken care of automatically, constantly updated with fresh, curated and quality content of your choice. It can also be an opportunity to make use of affiliate marketing and earn some extra cash every month.
As a way of showcasing the power of WP RSS Aggregator we decided to do just that; we set up an autoblogging website from scratch.
As you may know, we are also the team behind the WP RSS Aggregator plugin, and I’m also the Head of Support for the plugin. Now, one of the questions that I’ve been asked on multiple occasions is whether it’s possible to create a website similar to Alltop, or whether it’s possible to create a fully-functional auto-blog website using WP RSS Aggregator.
The simple answer is YES.
This add-on allows you to add a widget to any section of your WordPress site to display a list of imported feed items from WP RSS Aggregator. It’s an add-on that has been in the pipeline for quite a while, and has finally been given the green light.