wp rss aggregator
A few days ago we announced the release of WP RSS Aggregator version 4.0, the best version yet of this popular plugin.
We also ran a giveaway to celebrate this milestone, and asked you to tell us how you would use the add-ons if you were the winners of the giveaway.
After going through all the responses and reading about the various ways that the participants would use it to import RSS feed content to their WordPress site, we selected 4 winners.
This week our WP RSS Aggregator plugin has reached an important milestone. Version 4.0 of this RSS import plugin was released on Monday.
WP RSS Aggregator now has more than 68,000 downloads on the WordPress.org repository, and we’ve seen a steady increase of customers who gain extra functionality through the premium add-ons.
If you want to import RSS feeds from other sites and insert them into your WordPress sites as blog posts or even other custom post types, I suggest you use the WP RSS Aggregator plugin together with the Feed to Post extension.
In the end of September you had a chance to take part in our competition with a prize of the premium add-ons of WP RSS Aggregator. Today is time to draw the winners!
As our plugin WordPress RSS Feed import and aggregation plugin (WP RSS Aggregator) continues to soar in popularity, I thought it would be a good idea to record a quick walkthrough of the plugin’s functionality, especially for prospective users.
We’ve just released version 3.4 of the WP RSS Aggregator. We have a few goodies included in this version, so lets unpack the wrapper and see what you’ll enjoy by upgrading to the latest version.
I’m very happy to announce that version 3.3 of WP RSS Aggregator is now out. It’s the fruit of many hours of hard work by our team.
Apart from the many improvements, this release also coincides with the the release of some very long-awaited add-ons to the core plugin. Before I go ahead and describe the add-ons, I want to thank all the current users who have been very patient in waiting for these add-ons, while I was perfecting them for release.
Google have just announced that Google Reader, a most-loved RSS feed aggregator, will shut down come July 1. As is to be expected, many people were outraged by this decision. If you’re one of the Google Reader users, and you’re also working with WordPress, let me present you with an alternative.
In this post we take a look at RSS aggregation for WordPress, and select the best plugin for the job.