Automatic post on Google+

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There are times that small additions or novelties get great things, and this is the case of the recent version 2.7 of the JetPack plugin because only one of the built-in improvements is already worth being installed on any website that boasts its search engine positioning .

Because if there is something that now it was a nightmare was the physical impossibility of getting reliable systems for to automate the dissemination of content on the social network Google+ something that, so simple on Twitter or Facebook, was until now almost mission impossible to get in Google Plus and sharing every time you post something on your profile or Google+ page was not a viable option, although it was usually the only possible one.

And JetPack gets it with a modification of its module called Divulgar (Publicize in English), which since version 2.7 published a few hours ago allows to automate the publication of your WordPress entries in the user profile and Google+ page you want ]you only have to go through the configuration page ( Settings -> Share ) once you have verified that you have the module active, and connect WordPress to your profiles and pages, from there the magic works by itself alone.

 automatic publication wordpress google plus

The only procedure is that Google will ask you in a couple of screens to which profile or page you administer you want to connect WordPress and also As usual, it will ask for permission to publish content for you. And that's it. The best thing is that you can repeat the connection process for the automatic publication in profiles and Google+ pages .

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Then there's to go through Google Plus . You go to Settings -> Manage applications and activities -> Changes from " Only you " to " Public " or whatever you like . That for the profiles, in the default pages, everything is shared with your circles, but if you prefer to share all public, it is the same but accessing the administration of the page and then configuration, etc.

There are some changes and improvements, but in front of this there is no color, they do not deserve or mention in my point of view.

Ah! What have you not updated yet? Well, you're slow to do so and connect WordPress to Google+ .

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JetPack 2.5 adds integration with Google+, embedded Facebook and more

Sincerely the plugin JetPack is becoming a WordPress add-on practically indispensable if you want to have a lot of the most used features by any blogger or webmaster.

And with the 2.5 update that has come out a few hours ago delves into this line of improvement, because has incorporated some utilities that you are already using with a lot of plugins .

In this new version, in addition to everything you already had, It incorporates the following:

I can not tell you which incorporation I think is the most interesting since that is always a matter of taste, but for my taste it is the integration with Google+ and content authoring which usually requires of several steps and here is simplified incredibly .

Live debate on the present and future WordPress #hangoutWordPress

Today September 10, 2013, starting at 22:00 (Spanish time, GMT + 2), and with an estimated duration of one hour, a hangout is held on Google+ with a group of experts, 8 nothing less, for to discuss WordPress to:

We will know the current status of WordPress the latest news and trends that are expected for the coming months; to understand why it is one of the most popular CMS platforms in the world

Do not miss this special edition of the talks called @hangoutON in this case with a huge number of participants and dedicated to WordPress, today, Tuesday, September 10 at 22:00 hours (Spain GMT + 2) live on YouTube, where it will be recorded.

If you follow us from another country, here you can see the time equivalence http : //goo.gl/J0UJ . At the beginning of the broadcast the link will be available so you do not miss any details.

We remind you that on Twitter you can also follow the debate with the usual label #HangoutON and besides the special tag #hangoutWordPress so you can send us your questions and comments live.

Undoubtedly an event that you can not miss, we see each other there and chat. Register now to the event the room will be very crowded but there is room for everyone:

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WordiZ, WordPress plugin essential for community managers • WordPress Help

The WordPress desktop shows a lot of information about entries, comments, etc. . If you also install a statistics plugin you can see where your visitors come from, what they click on and much more.

Now do you know how many times an entry has been shared on Twitter, Facebook or Google+? ]

Surely you're already thinking that yes, that you just have to see each entry and look at the counter next to the icons to share your entries on social networks.

But Would you like to see it from the same ticket management page, as other information about each publication, such as the number of comments or visits?

Well that's exactly what it offers WordiZ a plugin that also has no complications or any configuration, just install it and adds new columns to the administration page of the WordPress desktop .

In those new columns you will see d At a glance the number of times each entry has been shared on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ .
 wordiz social links counter

So simple, so interesting, and so Best of all, it works, and instantly. A jewel!

Avoid Google+ authoring attempts in comments • WordPress Help

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<p> Lately it has been detected <strong> a practice of SEO </strong> by which there are users who, for <strong> obtain semantic positioning </strong> in topics on those who want to position <strong> post comments on successful blogs and, in the URL field, put the link to their Google+ profile </strong>. </p>
<p> Then <strong> they add the aforementioned blog to their Google Plus profile as if they were collaborators </strong>and if <a href= is not well defined the authorship of the real author Google may consider that the text is his instead of the original author.

All this comes from that the recent updates of Google (Panda and Penguin) prioritize the semantics of content at the time of position a user profile as an expert on specific issues so that if " demonstrates "being relevant in a knowledge niche will propel you into your search results."

In fact, if you perform this action systematically, in all articles of the blog, you will get " convince "to Google that they are the creators of the content of it .

Awesome right? Well, it's happening.

Fortunately you can disable this possibility by a simple plugin that just came to light which blocks the ability to post links to Google+ profiles in comments .

When someone puts a link to their profile in the URL field Google+ removes the yp link Upload the comment, but without the URL. It has no settings, you activate it and ready.

If you prefer to add this utility on your own you can add the following code to your own plugin functions :

So you know, beware of the hustlers who want to appropriate the search engine positioning of your content.

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Google+ Comments on WordPress • WordPress Help

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<p> It's been a few days now possible to use the system of <a href= Google+ comments in Blogger and, waiting for Google to officially support to do the same in WordPress, they are leaving plugins that allow to integrate comments of the social network Google+ in WordPress .

Today these are available:

  • Google PlusOne comments : replaces the WordPress comment system with Google+, with no adjustments or having to touch anything. wonder in the design of the theme, you just have to install, activate and ready, more simply impossible.
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  • Gplus Comments : something more complete than the previous one, since it offers three tabs when activating it. It also replaces the native WordPress comment system with Google+ but maintains the ability to comment using the original system. The tabs, then, what they allow is to use the comments of Google+ in one, those of WordPress in another and visualize the trackbacks in the last one. The truth is very good.
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  • Google+ comments : Very simple in every way. This has a settings page where you can configure some aspects, where it will be displayed, how and some more things you can see in the capture.
  • Google plus comments by forum gt : A pity that does not work as well and the first as the rest, because in many cases where I have tried to add a function to the subject, so it will not be the first option that you recommend. [19659013] google plus wordpress forum gt ” src=”https://ayudawp.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/google-plus-wordpress-forum-gt-150×150.png” width=”150″ height=”150″/>

And now, waiting for more plugins, or some official, this is what there is at the moment.

And you'll ask are you interested in using this system instead of the native one? WordPress?

Well personally I think it's a bad choice in almost all the senses. The main thing is that in this way you bet exclusively for your visitors to comment using the social network of Google, not allowing these systems to use the Twitter or Facebook user, for example, to comment, which limits the actions . Now, if it is the main social network of your visitors then forget what I just said.

Another thing that I do not like is that comments do not stay in your WordPress if you deactivate the plugin, it is not integrate in the WordPress database so everything that is commented would be lost.

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The good thing about this system is that if your positioning strategy is based primarily on Google+ which is not a bad idea but quite the opposite, then it's activate and ready, you will attract traffic to your site from Google+ as the comments publish with these systems are shown on your Google+ profile with a link to the entry of your site where you did it, and the same for each user who comments and …

have I already told you you have to work on SEO on Google+ if or if? well that.

AV ISO : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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24 hours straight talking about WordPress

If you want to learn from the best, if you are able to be 24 hours full listening, or even speaking, of WordPress you have to sign up for this event that will take place on April 13, 2013

The event, called WordSesh 2013 is even waiting for you to sign up to participate as a speaker at 24 hours of talk on WordPress .

It will be hours and hours of live presentations, through streaming, with the best of WordPress where dozens of experts are already involved, so do not miss it, I already have it programmed.

Presentations, one each time, will be made using a combination of Google+ Hangouts and direct on YouTube .

Set up Google+ authorship on WordPress.com

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Not always the best option is to install your own WordPress, in fact there are times when it does not matter or just you can not or you do not want. What is always of interest, and increasingly is setting up the authorship of your posts with Google+ Google's social network.

If you have a WordPress installed on your server, it's easy to add authorship of Google Plus but how to do it in WordPress.com if you can not install plugins or insert code in the themes?

Well, tranqui, which is really very simple and the steps a little …

… What is "Google Authorship" in WordPress.com? …

The basics you have to understand about the Google+ authoring process, or Google Plus, how you prefer to call it, consists of two fundamental steps:

  1. Link from your Google+ profile to the author page of your WordPress
  2. Link from your WordPress site to your Google+ user page

So let's go to it …

… 1. Link from your Google+ profile to the author page of your WordPress …

This part does not require, even in a WordPress installed on your server, to modify or add any code. You just have to identify your author page in the WordPress where you have published content .

If you have WordPress hosted on your server you can add a link to your author page but in WordPress.com, how can you not touch code, or are you looking for a theme that already has this utility or, to make sure, you can use the Authors widget.

For this you go to "Appearance -> Widgets" and you add the widget called " Authors "
 widget authors

What the widget will show in the sidebar of your theme, with the gravatar if you have it:
 widget authors in blog

Clicking on your name will take you to your author page, if you have the subject:
 author page wordpress.com

There are topics that they do not have an author's page, which would complicate things, if that were the case – for example – the subject or default WordPress (Twenty Twelve) and you will see it. In any case the really important thing is that you copy the URL of your author page which will be something like this:

http://MIWEB.wordpress.com/author/NOMBREUSUARIO/

Already have ?, Well, go to Google+ …

Go to your Google+ user page, type https://plus.google.com/112849525913645686409/about and click on the blue button labeled " Edit profile " next to your name.
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Go down the page to a block named " Contribute to " and click on any part of it to activate the edition. Then click on the link called " Add custom link " and enter the name you want and, importantly, paste your author URL into the WordPress.com site that you copied above.
 add url author wordpress on google +

Save and we have finished the most tedious and long part, now we have the easiest part left.

… 2. Link from your WordPress site to your Google+ user page

We return to our site on WordPress.com and go through the section of "Appearance -> Widgets" this time we add a text widget, that great friend who serves almost everything.

 widget text url author google plus in wordpress

Put the name you want, the important thing is to create a link to your Google+ profile , which would be done as follows:

I think it should not be necessary to repeat it, but go, it never hurts, remember to change the numbering of the example, which is my profile, and the name (of course) for yours.

Very important, the name should be exactly the one you have in Google Plus with the "+" in front and stuck to it, come on, follow the example

The widget, already on the site, will show the link, which will link to your Google+ profile, which is what Google needs at the end of the day. What magic does is, in addition to the first step, is the reference to ? Rel = author how can you imagine.

Save the text widget changes and you have closed the circle that Google asks for authorship . Now you just have to wait a bit, because sometimes it will take you to generate the thumbnail, and check in the web checking the " rich snippets " from Google if everything went well.
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Oh, and in case I forgot to say it, this is a basic for Google positioning these days.

Did you find it difficult?

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From WordPress to Google+ and from Google+ to WordPress

Some time ago I shared a method whereby with a bit of code we could import Google+ content into WordPress but let's curl the curl, cover all the possibilities and, on top, do it the way As simple as possible.

For our WordPress entries to be published automatically on Google+ we have a plugin (surely more) that automates this task:

Otherwise, publishing as WordPress entries each new Google+ post is also simple , and here we have two plugins to choose to get it:

Now it's your turn, and tell us how it went.

Add rel = "author" and rel = "me" in WordPress • WordPress Help

In case you did not know, Google has long since included a form of customize search results assign authorships to publications, tags HTML rel = "author" and rel = "me" .

Using these tags in your publications will show some ' snippets 'from Google more attractive than, in addition to improve your branding in the network will attract more attention in the list of results than if they did not, and consequently you will have more clicks towards your publications

By the way, by taking the URL your authorship, is also a preventive way to avoid (although some do not care) content theft.

Sufficient reasons ?, then we will add these tags to WordPress …

It's a few steps, but it's worth it:

1. Create a profile on Google+

Even if you do not like the new social network Google Plus, only SEO is worth it, so go to http://plus.google.com and create a profile. Then you go to your profile page and click on "Edit profile". On the right you will see a box called "Other profiles", click and add the name and URL of your author page on the blog.

This step, like the following one – which is related – is not Clear that it is essential (not even Google makes it clear), it is not over, so do it and period, not too late.

2. Add the URL of your Google+ profile to your author page in WordPress

It seems that Google, although it is not clear if it is mandatory, wants links to your Google+ profile. So let's do it, we have 3 ways:

  1. With plugin : Install the plugin Easy rel author plugin which adds one more field to the user profile page, in which to include the URL of Google+ and then it will be displayed on the author's page
  2. With ñapa : If you do not want to install the plugin you can do something as simple as, in the user's Web field, put the one of your Google profile plus instead of your blog or similar.
  3. With function : I already explained how fields are added or removed from the user profile , but here you have it simplified and adapted. Just add this code to the file functions.php or to your function plugin. You get the same as with the previous plugin:

3. Link to your Google+ profile by adding rel = "me"

Whenever you link to your Google+ profile, add tag rel = "me" . For example:

It does not matter if it is from an icon added in your sidebar or in an entry, always add the tag rel = "me"

Another possibility is a blogroll link or a personalized menu, in both cases you should add the link relationship XFN, and indicate in the field to the effect "me".

Finally, another great place to add the rel = "me" in a link to your Google profile is in your file humans.txt which Google recognizes as valid for these purposes.

4. Link to your WordPres author page by adding rel = "author"

Similarly, whenever there is a link to your author page in your active topic, add the tag rel = "author" . For it you must modify (and if you use it you add it) to the link to the profile of the author of the entry – normally in 'single.php' or 'index.php' – the tag in this way:

5. Link to your Google+ profile on the author or other page

On the author page, usually author.php you have to add a code to show the link to your Google + profile, this :

You can also add a box with your profile, and link to your profile on Google+, using the plugin rel = author which adds it automatically.

6. Check that it works

You just have to check that everything went well, and if you do not want to wait for Google to update the snippets of your publications, you can test if you've done well in the verification tool "Rich snippets" from Google . Simply type the URL of an entry on your site, or your author page, and you should see the image of your Google+ profile next to the snippet.

By the way, if you are missing something, this tool will tell you the errors and what you have to do to fix it.


If all the above seems too messy you can try the plugin Googleplus author connect which promises to get these beautiful snippets just by installing and activating it.

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