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Wikiomatic – Automatic Post Generator Plugin for WordPress

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Wikiomatic Automatic Post Generator Plugin

What can you do with this plugin?

Wikiomatic Automatic Post Generator Plugin for WordPress is a groundbreaking edge (made in 2017) Wikipedia to WordPress and WordPress to Wikipedia post import importer plugin that is ideal for automatic blogging and automatic Wikipedia posting. It uses the Wikipedia API in combination with the Google Knowledge Graph API to make your site an automatic blogging or even a money making machine!
Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia for the purpose of enabling anyone to edit articles. Wikipedia is the largest and most popular general reference work on the Internet and is ranked among the top ten most popular websites. The chances are that you can make use of the site to drive traffic and create prospects for your business.
You can import posts from the Wikimedia database containing articles, pictures, videos or sounds.
Using this plugin, you can automatically generate posts based on a set of predefined rules. These rules can generate posts from:

  • Any keyword you define. Example: & # 39; New York Restaurants, & # 39; London & # 39 ;, & # 39; Famous Rockbands & # 39;

Other plugin features:

  • Google Translate support – Select the language you want to send your articles to

  • Text Spinner Support – Automatically change generated text, change words with their synonyms – great SEO value!

  • custom generated post status (published, draft, pending, private, trash)

  • Automatically generate mail categories or tags from Marketplace

  • Manually add mail categories or tags to items

  • generate mail or page or any other custom mail type

  • Define Release Limitations: Do not post posts that do not have images, post with short / long title / content

  • Automatically generate a featured image for the record

  • enable / disable comments, pingbacks or trackbacks for the generated mail

  • Customize post title and content (with the included wide range of relevant postcard codes)

  • & # 39; Keyword Replacer Tool & # 39; – It is supposed to define keywords that are automatically replaced by your affiliate links wherever they appear in the content of your site. For example, you can Define a keyword & # 39; codecanyon & # 39; and get it replaced by a link to Anywhere it appears in your site's content.

  • & # 39; Random Sentence Generator Tool & # 39; (relevant phrases – as you define them)

  • detailed plugin activity logging

  • The scheduled rule is running

  • Maximum / Minimum Title Length After Limitation

  • Maximum / Minimum Content Length After Limitation

  • Only add mail whose predefined required keywords are found in title / content

  • Only add mail whose predefined banned keywords are not found in the title / content

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Testing this plugin

Plugin Requirements

  • PHP curl

Learn more about this plugin

Do you need support?

Please see ours knowledgebase, it may have the answer to your question or a solution to your problem. If not, send me an email [email protected] and I will reply as soon as possible.

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Version 1.0 Release date 2017-06-15

First version released!

Version 1.1 Release date 2017-06-29

Fixed Google Translate

Version 1.1.1 Release date 2017-08-22

Fixed Google Translate

Version 1.1.2 Release Date 2017-09-27

Bug fixes

Version 1.1.3 Release date 2017-11-07

Bug fixes

Version 1.1.4 Release date 2018-04-25

Added rules for translation settings

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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