The NGFB and WPSSO plugins have been updated with two small improvements — a new ‘Report Cache Purge Count’ option on the Advanced settings page (enabled by default) allows the plugin to report the number of objects purged when a Page or Post is updated, and the Social Settings ‘Social Preview’ and ‘Header Preview’ tabs have been enabled for Drafts as well (previously enabled only for Published content).
Do you have location specific webpages on your website, like contact information, store locations, products, etc?
WPSSO Place and Location Meta (WPSSO PLM) works in conjunction with the WordPress Social Sharing Optimization plugin, extending its features with additional settings pages, tabs, and options, to include Facebook / Open Graph Location and Pinterest Place Rich Pin meta tags in your webpages. WPSSO PLM is fast, efficient, and — using WPSSO as its framework — provides accurate information about your content to social websites.
You can download the Free version of WPSSO PLM on WordPress.org and purchase Pro license(s) on SurniaUlula.com (includes a No Risk 30 Day Refund Policy). The Facebook / Open Graph Location meta tags are available in the Free version, and the Pinterest Place Rich Pin meta tags are provided with the Pro version.
The NGFB and WPSSO plugins have been updated with a new “Social Preview” tab in the Social Settings metabox (found on Post / Page admin editing pages). The preview includes the first image from the Open Graph social meta tags, along with a title and descriptive text. The Social Preview is not meant to be an accurate representation of an actual share, since the image size and layout depends on several factors (the social site itself, the resolution and platform of the user, for example), but it should give you a general idea of what a share of that URL might look like. The image dimensions used are those recommended by Facebook as a minimum (600 x 315px). Images smaller than this will include a warning overlay to remind you that using a larger image is suggested.
Do you have a mobile App for your website that you’d like to promote as a banner in Apple’s mobile Safari?
Do you sell Apple Store Apps, and you’d like to support the Twitter App Card for your product pages?
WPSSO App Meta is a new extension for WPSSO that provides Apple Store / iTunes and Google Play App meta tags for Apple’s mobile Safari and Twitter’s App Card.
WPSSO AM works in conjunction with the WordPress Social Sharing Optimization plugin, extending its features with additional settings pages, tabs, and options, to include iPhone, iPad, and Google Play App meta tags in your webpages. WPSSO AM is fast, efficient, and — using WPSSO as its framework — provides accurate information about your content to social websites.
Plugins that add social sharing buttons should be fairly light and fast — they generally don’t need to fetch much information about a page, like an SEO or SMO / SSO plugin does. Here are some example “execution time” metrics from the P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) plugin, using WP Test Data, and several popular social sharing plugins (along with the WordPress Core and Twenty Fourteen theme for reference). The plugins were configured to include the Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest sharing buttons at the bottom of single posts and pages.