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New plugin published on WordPress: Guest Post Publisher

Today I’ve released a new plugin on WordPress: Guest Post Publisher. Just like the name says, you can use it to let your website visitors post guest posts. The reason I wrote this plugin is that the plugins that were available for guest post publishing, were either too complicated, or weren’t very great looking. I always like the WordPress editor and media library, so I’ve decided to make use of these core features as well.

The featured image of a page will become clickable when in edit mode, and the user can view his own uploads in the media library.

A user that does not have an account on your site can get temporary access using the on time login feature: the user will be sent a link by email with which he or she can login for two days. This way each post is linked in the normal way to a WordPress user account, but not the user does not need to have access to your admin.  For more information please visit the plugin website.

Please try it, and let me know what you think!

Guest Post Publisher

 

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