Let’s be honest: Your site navigation hasn’t changed since before mobile happened. No one finds your content, and you really aren’t sure what to do about it. A fairly simple and critical review that can make impact is by reviewing and improving site navigation.
One of the joys – and sometimes pains – of WordPress is API integration. And e-commerce. WordPress online ordering has grown and become very intuitive – but sometimes the client wants more than what just one plugin does.
I adore Tweet Old Posts for WordPress and share it with all of my clients who publish blog content. Lately, however, I’ve found that some accounts aren’t tweeting out posts, or it’s tweeting out a dozen at once. Not exactly what I want, eh?
Found a couple fixes via the support forums:
First, I try their suggestions:
If current URL is not showing your current page URL, copy paste the current page URL in Current URL field and press update settings button to update the settings. Then retry to authorize.
If current URL is showing your current page URL, press update settings button to update the settings. Then retry to authorize.
If not, see if your Twitter profile is authorized within the plugin itself. If not, try it and Update Settings. If this doesn’t work, deactivate Google Analytics for WordPress as it seems to be blocking it. Then, reauthorize your Twitter profile in Tweet Old Posts.
Sometimes it’s hard to even notice if your account isn’t posting correctly till you go through your feed, but this is a great plugin and worth the recon.
Update: I’ve also found that downgrading to 3.3.3 works, until the dev works it out. First deactivate and delete the plugin, then grab the 3.3.3. version and upload it.