Like me, are you looking to see Albania WhatsApp Number List more exposure for your business blog content? Have you considered reposting your blog content on Medium ? Reposting your articles published on WordPress on Medium gives your business an incredible new source of traffic. New to Medium? Worried that Google will sanction you by duplicating your content? I have already covered these points by giving you the trick to do it without risk. In this article, learn how to publish your WordPress blog posts to Medium in one click. Contents [ display ] Install the “Medium” WordPress plugin on your blog The WordPress Medium plugin automates the reposting on Medium of your old blog posts already published or in the process of being published on WordPress. This extension provides an undeniable time saving while avoiding all the hassle of manual copy and paste.
Once you have installed the WordPress Medium plugin on your WordPress console, with one click, you will republish your WordPress content on that platform. Find and install the WordPress Medium plugin To get started, go to your WordPress dashboard at https://mysite.com/wp-admin/ unless you’ve changed it as I explained to you in this article . In the menu on the left, click on Extensions then on Add and enter “Medium” in the search bar. The WordPress “Medium” extension appears at the top of search results. Find and install the WordPress Medium plugin Note 1 : this extension is developed and maintained by the company Medium. it is therefore a priori risk-free. Note
Let’s Go Through The Settings Of The WordPress Medium Plugin.
WordPress Medium plugin. Then click on the “Activate extension” link. Find and install the WordPress Medium plugin Make the link with your Medium Account Obviously, if you don’t have a Medium account yet , you need to create one first. Once the plugin is activated, go to the Users section of the WordPress admin console. Then click on your profile and scroll down to the Medium section. This is what you see: Make the link with your Medium Account The extension is now in English. I will take the opportunity to translate the terms to help you in its use. First of all, the Token field is currently empty. As I didn’t know what it was, I asked Laurent the question : It’s a technical term
A Token field is a unique key to make the connection between 2 services on the Internet. In this case, this key serves as identification between audreytips.com and your @audreytips account on the Medium platform. Open a new window and go to your Medium settings . Scroll down until you see the Tokens Integration section. Medium: Scroll down until you see the Tokens Integration section. Enter a description then click on “Get Integration Token” to get the code Click in the “Enter a description of your Token field” box. Provide a description (eg, “WordPress Medium plugin for audreytips.com”). Then click on “Obtain Token Integration” to generate an alphanumeric code.
Default Cross-post License
On your WordPress profile page, copy and paste this code into the Token integration field in the settings field of the Medium extension. Once your profile is updated, your Medium account can sync with your WordPress blog. Enter a description then click on “Get Integration Token” to get the code Republish an existing article on WordPress to Medium Open a blog post in edit mode Now you can start reposting your blog posts that are already live. In WordPress, open one of your posts in Edit mode. Republish an existing article on WordPress to Medium Select Public to publish your article on Medium I suggest you translate “Cross-post” by republication.
By default, the WordPress Medium plugin’s “cross-post” repost setting is “None”. This simply means that this article or its updates on WordPress are not published on Medium. Select Public to publish your article on Medium To change the “cross-post” setting, click on the Edit link in the WordPress Medium plugin area located in the right column and select Public. Select Public to publish your article on Medium Click OK to save your changes. Next, you will need to click on Publish to WordPress to save the changes to your post. Once you click Publish to WordPress, your WordPress post will automatically be published under your Medium profile, which will be visible to all visitors on Medium.