As long as it starts to rank those who comment the most, this plugin in a great way to encourage people to comment more often.
People want it anyway, it could be easily compared to becoming the major or somewhere in Foursquare. And you can't do anything with it. Besides, you link the names, and website if they input it, along with comments number in your sidebar. This is a good way to grow your reader interaction, and make people want to come back to your website more than once. Generally, as long as I believe it would work better with a website with a stronger following, Know what guys, I can see myself using this in a couple months, this isn't a plugin that I currently use.
As we've been getting a bunch of people asking us about it, this plugin is actually the inspiration for this blog post and how we set it up.
There other version such as Digg, thatthatthat is used on this site, the one that I use on ExpertPhotography is called Sharebar. They all do roughly the same thing though. They allow your readers to select the social media that they would like to share your content though, thatthatthat makes it much easier for them, and encourages them to do so.
Nothing set up to encourage people to view my older pages, a lot of which I consider to be lost in the archive.
You can change the settings to include links, add additional text, what amount it posts a day, and a great deal more, you can even select the URL shortener. Oftentimes on top of WordPress, this is a plugin that I've been meaning to get installed way because it works with Facebook. Besides the fact that it makes it way easier for people to comment on a post, it also means that they can share what they've commented to their Facebook page with the ‘post to Facebook' function. Essentially, by clicking on this function, it enables the readers to share their opinions in their Facebook feed, thatthatthat is also sharing your website with all of their friends. Notice that by making it easier for them to comment, you're actually helping people to find your website where they wouldn't have before. Also, it's also available in almost white, the image below is from the blackish theme.
This plugin was designed to emulate the Next Post buttons you see once you scroll to New bottom York Times web articles, and it's the exception in this post.
This isn't about getting more traffic to your post, it's a way of making someone stay on your web site for longer, by clicking on more pages. When a visitor reaches the page bottom, the preview will pop up for the next post in that particular category, and if you have your categories laid out well, you can greatly increase the amount of time that a visitor will spend on your web site. The preview looks very professional, and the popup action attracts the readers attention without being too intrusive. However, it's proven to produce more pageviews as it's more effective than most related articles.
Post to Twitter is a plugin that takes any content that you post on WordPress and after that, posts it to Twitter, whichimmediatelynotifies all of your followers.
Not Facebook, because updates number per day is a lot higher than Facebook, this sort of automation is accepted on Twitter. Fact, posting to Facebook is something that needs to be done manually because Facebook can detect what program is used to post, and that distances the fan from the post when they know that a machine wrote it. Twitter I can use it for traffic now since, and more about myself, rather than Twitter growth page.
Thanks for the info on upPrev Previous Post Animated Notification. This is a fantastic plug because the Google Panda Update is all about keep your website visitors engaged on your web site. Before you actually post it, this has got to be one of my favourite SEO plugins because it lets you check how search engine friendly your content is. I'm sure you heard about this. Andbasically so you can input focus keyword to see what amount times they throughout the post, you're provided with a preview of what your post will look like in Google meaning that you can takes steps to make your content more SEO friendly, and make people want to click on them. Online info can be found easily by going on the web. All of this is edited from the post editor page, and it just becomes a part of how you finish up your posts, along with tags, excerpt, category and featured image.
Your content is available to a much wider international audience because The GTS Translation plugin translates your blog content into over 30 languages. The translated content is cached in the WordPress database and therefore is indexed by Yahoo. You start getting a lot more international search engine traffic. You should take this seriously. The translation quality, thatthatthat is depending on human 'postedited' machine translation, is very good quality. With all that said... Quite a few bloggers who installed our plugin have seen traffic more than double in a few short months.
Josh, like everyone else is saying, this is an excellent post and thanks for writing it.
Sharebar, Tweet Old Post and upPrev on my new site on the basis of your recommendations. Nice list of plugins. Anyways, running WordPress 1 with Thesis framework and Tweet Old Post is a great plugin.
What about SEO smart links, this is the case right? The sharebar is really great and it keeps your post from being so cluttered with social button which use to be a problem on my website.
Tweet Old Post looks to be nice too so I can automatically promote on Twitter without thinking.
This is one among the most popular SEO plugins for WordPress. It's incredibly easy to use and works with most WordPress plugins by automatically generatingMETA tagsand optimizing your titles for Google. While making it amid the most popular WordPress plugins for SEO, s been downloaded more than 9 million times. It takes plenty of the hard work equation out, and doesn't rely on you knowing knowledge sort that professional SEO guys know, to start getting good results. Since Google is difficult to understand, this is plugin sort that everyone should put on their blog if they're attempting to get a better response with Google, consequently it's easier to leave it up to other people who understands better than you.
Sharebar is great because it freed up space in my posts so they look better on screen now, less cluttered. This is a plugin that almost every decent blog has, or at least a variation of it. It's a well less in keeping with my theme, the official Facebook version is probably a bit better than the one than most. Also, with details on how many people like the Facebook page, theofficialversion is a large square box to attract the readers attention, as well as most of the names and faces of those who like it. Without having to go through to Facebook, There's also an option to click ‘Like' right there on the page, thatthatthat in my opinion is a real advantage to the alternatives as readers are more likely to click on it if they don't have to leave the page.
Great post Josh.
So here's a question. Can you have 2 SEO plugins, am I correct? Does one override the other? Anyway, all in One for years and love it. Of course just found out the wordpress SEO by Yoast from you. Thx. There's a lot more info about this stuff on this site^^curely-bracket^^whenever my plugin was installed, I actually started receiving a lot more alerts. On top of that, as well as my Twitter account, this means that more people are seeing my website where if they follow me, there's a very good chance they'll see my site again.