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August 26, 2013
So I bought and installed the plugin, entered my details, made sure there are posts within the set time frame and saved… The thumbs are set to be taken from the custom field ‘thumb’. But nothing happens, no pins are send out. So far I entered the details for pinsex.com and sex.com. How long is it supposed to take until those pins appear?
August 26, 2013
No need to take a look, I visited my own post and voila – the pin appeared. Any way to automate this, my new sites don’t get traffic yet, I was hoping to get some traffic with the pins.. Or do i have to visit every single post to have them pinned? On a WP tube with a few hundred posts that’s a lot..
Even with SE spiders they don’t visit very often like every 4hours especially if your site is brand new.
Actually this is ok, because otherwise you may be Login to see this link.. Furthermore, when new post gets published, WordPress always notifies (pings) search engines and blog ranking services like Google and Technorati, so they come back to your post to check it. When it happens, the post image gets pinned.
This won’t work for those who do not schedule posts and publish them immediately. For example, someone has generated a gallery post with an automation plugin like CyberSEO. First of all, WordPress will create a post and publish it (here the plugin will try to pin its images), and only after that WordPress will generate the actual gallery and attach it to the published post.
So what will happen in this case? Right, nothing will be pinned, because on on the moment of post publication, it (the post) does not yet contain any images (the gallery is not created and attached yet). This is how WordPress engine works.
Thus the best solution is to process a post on its display.
If I make such an option, it will confuse other customers because plugin will stop working for them without a reason. I don’t know how exactly the mentioned above nextscripts works, but I guess it simple does not support any attachments such as WordPress galleries, custom fields and post thumbnails. It’s very easy to implement “on publish” event if there is no attached content in the blog posts.
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