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November 21st in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many of us are active on social networking sites such as Facebook. Your posts on Facebook may get lots of comments but those are not stored in your WordPress database. The same applies to the comments your content receive on Facebook and YouTube. Want to store those comments in your own database? These 5 comment importers have you covered:

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FB Comments Importer: imports comments from your Facebook page into your WordPress comments system. You can import comments from regular posts, images or statuses. [click to continue…]

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October 9th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Facebook can potentially drive a ton of traffic to your website. Getting more likes and followers on the site is not easy or everyone would be doing it. You are going to need great content and a well-thought-out Facebook strategy to succeed. The least you can do is let your visitors know that you have a presence on Facebook and remind them to like your site before leaving. Here are 8 plugins you can use to promote your Facebook presence more aggressively:

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Facebook Page Promoter Lightbox: use this plugin to let your visitors know about your Facebook page. You don’t need an API key to use this. You can display the Facebook lightbox with or without a delay. [click to continue…]

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September 26th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Not everyone is a fan of popups. In fact, most of us hate those annoying popups and use various tools to avoid them. There is a good reason many top sites use popups though. They use them to get more people to sign up for their newsletters, join their Facebook page, and take advantage of limited time deals. We have tested plenty of awesome popup plugins in the past few months. Ninja Popups has worked the best for us considering the fact that it supports the most popular newsletter services (such as AWeber and MailChimp) and can serve as a social network locker.

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September 7th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WordPress already has a basic commenting system you can take advantage of to manage discussions on your website. Disqus, Google+, and Facebook comments could make your website more engaging for your visitors. Let’s not forget that many of your visitors are already active on sites like Facebook, so they are more likely to leave a comment on your website if you let them use their social media accounts. We have already covered how you can add Facebook, Disqus, and Google+ Comments to your website. But what if you want to have them all active at the same time? The Comments Evolved plugin has you covered.

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July 23rd in Social Media, Wordpress Plugins by .

The rise of Pinterest has again demonstrated that people love visual content. As long as you have killer visual content on your website, you can get a lot of action on sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. You need to take time to optimize your website for those social networking sites though. Adding social sharing buttons to each post helps. You should also consider adding those buttons to each image. Here are 3 ways to do just that:

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Pinterest Pin It Button For Images: adds a Pin It button to every single image on your website. That means your visitors will have an easier time pinning images to their Pinterest boards. [click to continue…]

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July 9th in Social Media by .

It is no secret that Facebook is capable of driving a ton of traffic to sites. You need to have a well-thought-out Facebook strategy to make that happen. Just adding a bunch of buttons and scripts to your site does count as a strategy. At the same time, you can’t expect to maximize your Facebook campaigns if your site is not as Facebook-friendly as possible. Here are 15 Facebook integration tactics you can pull off easily:

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Add Facebook comments: want to get your Facebook visitors more engaged with your content? Implementing Facebook comments is not a bad idea. The good news is Facebook makes it very easy to add this to your site. [click to continue…]

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June 20th in Social Media by .

Adding Facebook Comments to your website could make it more engaging for your visitors. Millions of folks are active on Facebook already. They are more likely to feel like commenting on your stories when you have Facebook Comments enabled. Moderating your comments and finding out about the new ones you are receiving should not be a hassle. I prefer getting notified by e-mail when someone comments on my posts. These 2 WordPress plugins add that capability to your website:

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Facebook Comments Notifier: sends you an e-mail when comments are posted on your website. It also includes a link back to the page where you got each comment. [click to continue…]

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