I’ve got the Google+ WordPress Plugin by #blog hashtag, will be sent to my blog giving me control of what is sent in and when I publish it. This is a great social media tie-in for bloggers and even better for those that currently use Google+ as their main source of sharing content. Have you been neglecting your blog? This could be a good solution to keep your blog fresh and your social media efficient.locked and loaded on my blog. I’m looking forward to experimenting with sending longer format Google+ posts into WordPress, in fact this is the first one! Only posts using the
“As for the settings within your WordPress blog itself, you can select the number of existing Google+ posts to import, pre-select tags and a category, and select the status of the posts, choosing between published, pending, future or private.” More info on The Next Web http://tnw.co/ZbGH6i
I am starting with posts going into a Google+ category in draft status. Once the post is imported, you can easily edit the post and add a photo. It pulled the hashtags from the Google+ post and used these as keywords in WordPress. There are two versions, a free version and a paid version. I purchased the paid version since I am also a pluss.es fan and let’s face it, everything in life can’t be free. Pluss.es is Daniel’s other creation which pulls your Google+ posts into a separate blog which is great for non-bloggers. You can pin to Pinterest from your Pluss.es page but not directly from Google+.
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Google+Blog for WordPress 1.2
Google+Blog for WordPress is a plugin that allows you to import your Google+ Public posts (and their comments) as blog posts into your WordPress setup. There is a free version and a paid version, both of which can be found at http://www.minimali.se/google+blog/.
There is an explanation of each of the settings for the plugin in a prior post that can be found here: https://plus.google.com/103697821787469756035/posts/UvHumFMNbai
If you think you need a little more help with the plugin http://thenextweb.com/apps/2011/10/11/crosspost-your-google-posts-to-your-wordpress-blog-with-this-plugin/of TheNextWeb wrote up a great post detailing the steps to go through to get things up and running. Check it out here:
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Check it out and let me know what you think or if you already use it.