WordPress, Meet Twitter
Today we’re excited to reveal what we’ve been working on for the past few months: WordTwit Pro, our premium version of WordTwit, the best WordPress to Twitter publishing plugin.
In WordTwit Pro you have complete publishing control over the tweets you send out using its sleek new publishing widget. Set schedule, repeat & delay options for a new status update; select and publish to multiple Twitter accounts; Authorize those account for shared use among other WordPress authors on your site; easily add custom hashtags and more— all on-the-fly in a few clicks with the new WordTwit Pro publishing widget.
Multiple Account Bliss
In WordTwit Pro you can easily setup multiple Twitter accounts for publishing. And it’s easy to decide which accounts WordTwit Pro will publish to, on a completely per-post basis.
WordTwit Pro also supports setting accounts as shared or private— perfect for multi-author websites to control the publishing options available for each contributor, author or editor.
And you can even authorize other authors to add their own Twitter accounts securely.
As with the free version, WordTwit Pro can immediately publish a tweet about your new post to Twitter. Now with WordTwit Pro we’ve added easy to use scheduling, which allows for multiple tweets to be published to Twitter separated by the time you specify, on a per-post basis.
For example, you can now:
- Delay the first tweet from publishing right away for a certain amount of time
- Specify that a tweet be published multiple times, at the interval you choose
- And do both!
We’ve also added another often-requested feature, but went over-the-top in our implementation: totally custom hashtag support.
Instead of just accessing WordPress’ categories or tags to use as hashtags, we’ve built our own hash-tagging system which allows you to quickly and easily add hashtags to your tweets.
It also smart— the new publishing widget provides you with a list of your popular/recently used hashtags and in a few clicks you can add the ones you want to a tweet.
So whether you’re adding a hashtag that’s totally new or those you use often— it’s a breeze to add hashtags to your WordTwit Pro tweets.
Click To Edit
We’ve also added a new Manual Mode for the publishing widget. Simply click to edit-in-place your tweet’s text, title, tags and link. It’s 100% control over the tweets you’ll send out if you need it.
It’s also one click easy to decide whether a new post you’re publishing will have a Twitter update published with it. No more excluding by category— just simply flip the widget off with its publish toggle… that’s it.
With the new Tweet Log you can see past tweets, upcoming tweets, and any errors that occurred, and what the error message was from Twitter.
Manage, control and delete right from the Tweet Log— you now have more control after you click the ‘Publish’ button.
Awesome Admin Panel
To top it all off, WordTwit Pro features the same intuitive, easy-to-use admin panel that we designed for our WPtouch Pro and Piggy plugins.
With its BraveNewCode admin panel, you can change settings, control your WordTwit Pro setup effortlessly, and do it all in style.
Licenses & Pricing
Licenses for WordTwit Pro include timely, professional customer support in our Support Forums, free upgrades through all 3.x releases, and automatic-upgrades in the admin panel, just like you enjoy with WordPress’ regular plugins.
$39 — Single license:
Includes support and auto-upgrades for one WordPress website
$79 — 5-Pack license:
Includes support and auto-upgrades for up to 5 WordPress websites
$139 — Unlimited/MU license:
Includes support and auto-upgrades on an unlimited number of WordPress websites, including WordPress MU/Multisite implementations
Available June 10th, 2011
WordTwit Pro will be available for purchase on Friday, June 10th, 2011. Click here to view the product page with even more detail about its features and capabilities.
One More Thing… Private Beta!
There is also a private beta available to all WPtouch Pro and Piggy customers, available today in the pro support forums. You’ll need to be logged in with your WPtouch Pro and/or Piggy account to view the post and access the download for the beta.