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OAuth2 setup: Simple GA Ranking Plugin

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Authored by horike and megumithemes, Simple GA Ranking is a ranking plugin using data from Google Analytics.

It’s also one of the default pre-installed plugins in all WordPress Powered by AMIMOTO. Watch the short clip below on how to set up OAuth2 in Simple GA Ranking.

Help improve this plugin by sharing your thoughts about it and how you setup OAuth2. Simple GA Ranking is currently available in 3 languages. Notify the authors if you localize it in your language.

Download Simple GA Ranking here. It’s free!

Custom Nextpage

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Authors Webnist and understandard put their creative hats on and came up with Custom Nextpage.

Custom Nextpage is currently on version 1.1.0 and is a brilliant WordPress plugin that works as described.

A Quick Tour of Custom Nextpage Plugin

Download Custom Nextpage (it’s free!) and activate the plugin.

To get started, add a new post. You will notice a new button at the Visual Editor which is the Custom Nextpage Shortcode button.

During or after writing your post, you can decide where you would want “next page” to appear by clicking the ‘Custom Nextpage Shortcode‘ button.

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After publishing your post, it will look like this:

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Custom Nextpage Configuration Settings

Select Custom Nextpage in ‘Settings‘. Edit General and Style settings as you prefer.

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You may try a simple customization by checking ‘Automatically replace the wp_link_pages‘ box (in General Settings), then edit a post.

In your post, after clicking Custom Nextpage Shortcode button, enter a title when prompted.

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This is just the basic configuration settings; there are more things you can do with Custom Nextpage. Give it a try and it will surprise you.

User Feedback 

A user’s video on Custom Nextpage WordPress Plugin:


Plugin authors Webnist and understandard find user comments constructive, and use them as inspiration to create future plugins and enhance previous ones.

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Positive and negative comments have a big impact to our work. It tells us what works and what doesn’t. We also learn from user reviews – it tells us what to improve, what to add, and even what to remove.

Not only it teaches us user interface (dos and don’ts), functionality, etc., but it also teaches us to move forward and be better authors.

Download Custom Nextpage here and tell us what you think! 

New & Free Plugin: WP One Metric

WP One Metric is recently added to WordPress Plugin Directory, and it’s DigitalCube’s 81st plugin.

Our WordPress Community Contributions page shows the complete list of our plugins.

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Function:

  • Your content posts are evaluated based on the score of One Metric to Rule Them All
  • Analyzes the latest 40 posts
  • Evaluates once a day and automatically updates the scores

Analysis basis:

  • Google Analytics
  • Social metrics (facebook, twitter)

Requires:

  • WordPress 4.1 +
  • Google Analytics Account

How to Use:

  • Download and activate WP One Metric 
  • On Settings, select WP One Metric and type in the details of your Google Analytics account
  • At WP One Metric Dashboard, click Analyze

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Use WP One Metric to get the report of your site’s latest statistics. The graphs will show you what pages of your site receive the most views, shares on social network, and so on.

This free plugin will also give you a hint to what your viewers actually check or get back on to your site, including unique page views. Use these stats for inspiration on your next post, or even your next product.

WP One Metric is quite new and we’re always open to suggestions for improvement. Please send your pull requests on GitHub, and you may contact the author if you have done a translation.

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