User-driven communities have been around for a while. Allowing anonymous and registered users to contribute to your website could help you grow it faster. Here are 5 plugins you can use to accept and manage guest posts easier:
AccessPress Anonymous Post Pro: it allows your website users to submit posts. It has a drag & drop form builder and lets you customize email, login message, and other options.
Guest Posts: allows your visitors to post on your blog without registering. You still get to approve each submitted post.
DJD Site Post: lets you write and edit posts on the front-end without having to go to your admin section. It supports guests posts too.
Frontend Publishing: lets your registered users submit, edit, and delete posts from the front-end. You can allow posts submitted by certain users to be published immediately.
User Submitted Posts: another plugin that lets your visitors submit posts and images from anywhere on your site. You can use WP’s built-in rich text editor for post content. The plugin has various action/filter hooks for further customization.
Have you found better plugins for handling guests posts? Please share them here.