wp rss aggregator
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.
There are many ways you can make use of RSS feeds, but the one you’ll be reading about today is their use for content aggregation purposes. What does that mean? Most (if not all) blogs also have their own RSS feeds, and these can be used to import their content, or a part of it, onto your own (or your client’s) WordPress site. How do you do this? This can be accomplished very easily using the WP RSS Aggregator plugin and its invaluable Premium Add-ons.
Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin is growing at a steady pace and has exceeded the 300,000 all-time downloads mark. What this means is that we’re also getting more requests for some fine tuning here and there, as well as help with certain custom setups for our premium add-ons. While our support team is doing a great job in providing useful and continuous support to our customers, these custom jobs can take up a lot of time that our small team currently doesn’t have to offer. So if you’ve worked with WP RSS Aggregator before or are simply familiar with the way it works, we’d love to hear from you and possibly feature your services on our website to have you help out these customers where needed.
Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin has surpassed an incredible 300,000 all-time downloads, and we’re all very excited about what the future holds for us! Starting out as a simple plugin created by Jean himself for personal use, this plugin quickly got the public’s attention and continually evolved into the core plugin and string of add-ons it is today.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is often provided in a truncated version, meaning that only the title and a short excerpt of the content you want is provided. This can often be problematic, but there are a number of ways that this problem can be solved – for free.
In the past few hours one of the most popular RSS WordPress plugins was removed from the WordPress Plugin Repository. I’m referring to WP RSS Multi Importer.
Support was lacking over a few months, to say the least, but the sudden complete removal of this plugin has left many users stranded.
For those of you who still use RSS Multi Importer, we now recommended switching to WP RSS Aggregator.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is one of the most popular forms of media delivery in the 21stcentury. Today, RSS is used to consume media in an organised and unimaginably large quantity. Starting from breaking news, to award ceremonies to natural disaster updates – the applications of RSS are only limited by the user.
When it came to revamping our WordPress Jobs page on WP Mayor we saw only one solution – the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. Check out how simple it is to set up.