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Display WordPress blog posts automatically on Facebook

Automatically display wordpress posts on facebook pageIf you have a WordPress powered Blog, it’s a good idea t use the great RSS functionality in WordPress to automatially display your recent posts on your Facebook profile, and therby distribute your content automatically on more channels.

In this post you’ll learn how easy it is to connect your Facebook profile with your WordPress based Blog.

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Automatically update copyright text each year

Update copyright data automatically in wordpressHaving a copyright notice somewhere on your pages is always a good idea.

However to keep the copyright notice valid and ensure that your site looks professional, it needs to be updated each new year.

With the little trick in this post, you can insert a small piece of PHP that automatically updates your copyright text in your website or WordPress powered blog.

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Smart RSS reminder in WordPress

Smart rss feed subscription reminderRSS subscriptions is a great way of attracting new and hopefully loyal users to your wordpress based blog.
Normally a centrally placed subscription link can do magic to your RSS subscriber statistics, however with the little trick in this post, you can increase the RSS signup from archive pages, by adding a intelligent RSS link on the archive pages.

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Caching Feedburner subscriber statistics for blog or website

Cache Feedburner statistics for better performance and flexibilityMany of the big online Kahunas like Smashingmagazine and Mashable are displaying how many subscribers their RSS feed are having.

Displaying the number of feed subscribers can be a good idea from a marketing perspective since many subscribers to some users  equals that the site has big credibility.

Feedburner is one of the most popular RSS tools, and Feedburner also offers offers a widget that can be used to display the number of subscribers to your RSS feed. However since the Feedburner widgets uses javascript to fetch feed statistics from Feedburner, these widgets can potentially slow down your site.

In this post you’ll learn how to use the Feedburner API and PHP to fetch feed subscription data, and display these data on your site or blog in a efficient way

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Create heading specific RSS feeds in WordPress

Creating heading specific RSS feeds in WordPressRSS feed is a great possibility for attracting loyal readers to your blog. WordPress has very good RSS functionality out-of-the-box, but to capture even more readers, you could experiment with adding heading specific RSS feeds for your blog.

In this post you’ll learn how to implement heading specific RSS feeds to your WordPress based blog

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Open Graph enable your WordPress blog

How to enable Facebook Open Graph on your wordpress blogFacebook Open Graph protocol is a new way of distributing your content on Facebook.

By adding Open Graph Meta tags on your WordPress based blog together with the Facebook Like buttons, you can get better control over how your content is displayed on Facebook, and get better possibilities of interacting with users who likes your post.

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Facebook Like button in WordPress

Adding Facebook like buttons to your WordPress based blogWith the enormous userbase on Facebook, the new “Like buttons” from Facebook is also something you should consider for your WordPress based blog.

There are already plugins that can insert Like buttons on your blog, but since the implementation is very easy, including a plugin for this limited amount of functionality sounds like overkill to me.
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