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Through the combination of our Feeds Component + Zapier we are able to take an RSS feed of our Twitter scheduling pattern and extend our publishing capabilities to a separate WordPress instance.  Requirements: Zapier Free or Zapier Premium Account Zapier is a 3rd party data routing service that allows users to port data from one… Read more »

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Through the combination of our Feeds Component + Zapier we are able to take an RSS feed of our Twitter scheduling pattern and extend our publishing capabilities to our LinkedIn property.  Requirements: Zapier Free or Zapier Premium Account Zapier is a 3rd party data routing service that allows users to port data from one service… Read more »

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Introduction When we developed TweetBoost PRO we immediately imagined extending it’s scheduling powers to FaceBook, LinkedIn, and other custom destinations. We built our Feeds Component to help others, and ourselves, achieve this goal. TweetBoost PRO users will find the feeds component is accessible from within wp-admin under the TweetBoost PRO  menu item with the sub-menu… Read more »

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TweetBoostPRO is a most excellent solution for crafting and scheduling tweets related to your WordPress content. It does not do your content justice to let one tweet go out immediately and then stop. Your most important content is created for repeat views so just one announcement on a high-speed timeline-based platform simply does not make… Read more »

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TweetBoostPRO includes the following very helpful dashboard widgets: Calendar App Widget Action Log Campaign Management   THE CALENDAR APP – WIDGET With the calendar widget you can visualize entire publishing schedules for every connected account for multiple months into the future:   Toggle accounts on/off to reveal or hide their respective scheduled tweets: Zoom in… Read more »

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Collection of PHP Filters users can use to modify the nature of TweetBoostPro.

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Collection of PHP Hooks users can use to modify the nature of TweetBoostPro.

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As of 9/24/2018 TweetBoostPRO is automatically initiated on the Published and Private post statuses for WordPress. In the near future we hope to auto-detect custom post statuses and offer setting toggles where the user can easily enable/disable integration. For now we have  a PHP filter that will allow us manually extend TweetBoostPRO to support post statuses…. Read more »

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As of 9/24/2018 TweetBoostPRO is automatically initiated on the Post and Page post types for WordPress. In the near future we hope to auto-detect custom post types and offer setting toggles where the user can easily enable/disable integration with post types. For now we have  a PHP filter that will allow us manually extend TweetBoostPRO to… Read more »

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What is the WordPress Cron System? The WordPress Cron System allows WordPress sites to passively process information in the background. When visitors (or spiders) visit your website WordPress checks it’s cron system to see if there are any jobs scheduled to run and runs them if needed. Within this system developers can design routines to… Read more »

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Part 1 – Create a Twitter Application In order to connect WordPress & TweetBoostPro to your Twitter account you’ll need to have or apply for a Twitter Developer Account. We’ve written an article on Our Twitter Developer Application Experience that may help you with your own application process. It took us about 20 days from application. … Read more »

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