We have created our very first WordPress Plugin, designed to accomplish two goals.
- Enable bloggers to easily accept articles from ThePhantomWriters.com article submission company; and
- Enable our article submission company to build backlinks into the websites that support the content that we distribute.
If you talk to SEO professionals, many will explain that most webmasters make a mistake of only building links to the main page of their website.
We have written extensively on the topic of building “deep links” into a website – links that point to internal pages of a website in addition to links pointing to the homepage.
With this WordPress Plugin, we are enabling people to accept the articles we distribute. When an article is accepted, we capture the publication URL and provide links to the URL where the article is posted.
Our goal is to create a system where we reward the people who publish the articles we distribute, through The Phantom Writers article distribution service.
Additionally, we know that people have made scripts to enable WordPress publishers to receive articles from our service, but to be perfectly frank, most of those scripts really left a lot to be desired. We knew we could do better, so we built this Backlinks Magnet WordPress Plugin to provide a better scripting solution for receiving content from our service.
Although we feel that our WordPress Plugin is better than most WordPress scripts available on the market, we are willing to take any constructive criticism, suggestions and feature requests people might want to give us.
Feel free to comment here to share your thoughts and suggestions with us.
Download the WordPress Backlinks Magnet Plugin here.
Bill Platt – owner of: Backlinks Magnet and The Phantom Writers article distribution service
p.s. We are considering offering an upgrade of this plugin that will permit other article submission companies to send their articles to your blog, but we don’t see that we could guarantee any backlinks on the articles they submit to your blog, since we don’t have working access to their distribution software.