We’ve just released what should definitely now be regarded as the World’s best WordPress SEO Plugin, for free, at wordpress.org!
Hence this post, as it’d be lovely if more folk got to find it :)
What’s it got in it, well, it’s pretty hot, just for a start, there’s:
- Sitemap generation
- Automatic Title and Meta optimization
- Automatic link-generation [how cool is that!]
- Support for custom post types
- Multisite support
- Unlimited items in sitemaps
- Custom keywords recognition and rewriting
- Easy access to SEOMoz urlmetric reports
- Unlimited Title and Meta optimization values
Hear that bit about SEOMoz metrics, pretty neat huh… not only does it set your site up, but it then analyzes how well you’re doing.
Anyway, enjoy and download here.
Consider yourself warned, over the next few days I’m gonna feature a few recent (and rather spectacular) WPMU DEV Plugins.
I can’t help it, I’m simply besotted by the Tree gmail theme :)
It sounds tame but I still enjoy every change of weather… after several weeks!!!
The 2009 WordPress MU and BuddyPress Plugin Contest… is now open!
This follows on from the very successful 2008 contest, and we’re stumping up a cool $1000 to the prize pool for the winners!
Only conditions are that you write your announcement post on WPMU.org (host your plugin anywhere) and that your plugin is GPL.
Anyone know any great education technology marketing / sales consultants?
Looking for firms / people that can assist in helping us drive up Campus sales – can be by direct means or not.
And / or people / companies who’d like to act represent us on commission / other terms.
This is definitely the year that I want Edublogs Campus to become a huge hit… we’ve got a brilliant functionality / backend technology / support thing going on and I reckon we’re ready for the mainstream!
Any help in finding the right people / firms would be mucho appreciated!
(am also tryingto set a record for the number of ///s on one post :)
Sue’s put together a post on all the different places you can find WordPress MU support – it’s a great list!
We’re looking for an Edublogs Campus Sales Manager to join the Edublogs crew… you can be based wherever suits, work whatever hours you like, get involved in marketing and product development at Edublogs and make a sizeable packet while you are at it :)
Here’s the position description for download - share it with your friends and there’s a $250 finders fee if they turn out to be the successful candidate.
Bloody iPhone 3.0 has just completely bricked (restore broken) my 3g… it wasn’t even jailbroken, just plain ol’ vanilla :(
Refer us just one BuddyPress + bbPress + WPMU install and we’ll send you 33% of the fee – that’s $97.35… not bad huh!
Oh, and did I mention that you can now get BuddyPress installation at WP.MU :)
To celebrate the revamp of the new WPMU DEV Premium site we’re going a bit WPMU crazy this week, including releasing a new theme/plugin every day this week (today it’s a great bbpress theme) and serializing the WPMU Manual (which is otherwise only available for Premium members).
In case you’re wondering what I’ve been up to the last few weeks, hopefully the new look WPMU DEV Premium will do the explaining for me :)
And… everything on there is now GPL!
Haven’t posted one of these for a while… ever possibly!
Is anyone noticing Google Reader having a slow couple of days?
I wish there was an A A Gill feed I could subscribe to.
Blogs.mu reaches 2000 sites in its first week – exciting – and yet still not enough to avoid the personal post launch slump!
Am suffering twitter confusion – love / hate / annoyance and the feeling that I should actually use my account :/ Then again, it feels similar to the ‘I should get a mac’ emotion – which is definitely a false lead.
Am returning to the desktop – for the office… my 3rd 24″er is gonna arrive with it too happy i7 multi panel fun!
Great interview with Sue about Edublogs and Edublogging – well worth reading through to the bottom for the other interesting projects
Told you I had some exciting news didn’t I :)
Or you can catch an informal technical lowdown at wpmu.org.