[wp-hackers] Syndication Input Sought

Nikola Nikolov nikolov.tmw at gmail.com
Mon Sep 8 07:59:13 UTC 2014

Hi Jeff,

Have you stumbled upon the ThreeWP Broadcast(
http://plainview.se/wordpress/threewp-broadcast/ ) plugin? There's a free
and paid version(one-time payment, one year of updates and support - and
the support is pretty quick in general).
It's not fully automatic, meaning that you have to select what content
should be "broadcasted" to which sub-sites. You can do this when you're
creating a post, after you've created one, etc. You can also remove the
content from the child sites from the main site. You can update all local
links to point to the correct place(so instead of them pointing to the main
site, they'll point to the sub-site).

It's not a bad plugin and I've used it on a multisite with about 12
sub-sites and it works fairly well(a bit slow on a BlueHost shared hosting,
even though it's the more expensive option).


On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 4:49 AM, Jeff Lambert <jeff.lambert at jvhm.com> wrote:

> Looking to see if anyone has ideas on the best approach to this scenario:
> I have a client who has a couple of sites that we want to syndicate, partly
> through opening up a JSON tunnel and also by serving up a page within an
> iframe on the subscriber¹s site.
> To get here my plan was to bring the content of our two sites together and
> syndicate the centrally managed content out to our two sites, as well as to
> those who sign up for our service.  This is the path I¹ve taken.
> In researching this awhile back I came across this offering by VIP
> WordPress, http://vip.wordpress.com/plugins/syndication.  Perfect
> solution,
> so, I did some hunting and found there is a plugin, developed by
> Automattic,
> up on the plugin repository,
> http://wordpress.org/plugins/push-syndication/.
> While it hasn¹t been updated in awhile there were some answers to somewhat
> recent support topics and a reference to a more current version on github,
> which I¹m running.  Unfortunately, my support posts go unanswered and I now
> have run into a new issue and will likely not use this option anymore
> unless
> someone here has some thoughts about it.
> So, I¹m looking for suggestions on a different approach.  if I pull the two
> sites onto my multisite and run them as sub-sites, is there a good way to
> parse out the posts from the primary site to these sub-sites?  Anyone done
> this?  I¹m not worried about search engine hate as I¹ll be ³blocking² the
> search engines from my main content site and those who sign up for our
> service are only displaying content on their Intranets.
> Specific info:
> Main content management site is:  http://accuranews.com
> Current site that I¹m trying to push content to:
> http://www.frequentbusinesstraveler.com
> Future second site to push content to is:  http://www.thedieseldriver.com
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> Cheers,
> Jeff
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