Buzz Feed plugin version 0.0.2 is now ready for WordPress bloggers. This plugin will show the Buzz of a Google Buzz user on a WordPress blog. The Buzz posts will be shown in descending order base on the time of posting. Buzz Feed will show a link to the post and the date and time of posting. The number of posts that will be displayed can be configured.
For the complete installation instruction of this plugin, click here.
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Do you want to have your buzz in you blog? If you are using WordPress version 2.8 or higher, then this post is for you.
A new plugin is now available for WordPress blogs called WP Google-buzz.
How to Download and Install WP Google-buzz?
- Download the plugin here.
- Save the file wp-google-buzz.1.3.5.zip.
- Go to your
Pluginsmenu in WordPress and click Add New.
- Click Upload.
- Browse for the file wp-google-buzz.1.3.5.zip.
- Click Install.
- Activate the plugin through the
Pluginsmenu in WordPress.
- Configure the options under Admin Panel
Settings -> WP Google-buzz.
- Buzz is now ready.
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