4 Must Have Plugins for a Multi Author WordPress Blog
Everyone start a blog for personal usage but if starts are on his side and his blog is a great success its time now to take in more authors. Sure managing a multi author blog is tedious task but here are 4 useful plugin that will help you out if you are planning to grow.
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It’s the most important plugin once you are planning to take in more authors. This plugin will help you to assign different privilege level to different users. For example a editor will be allowed to open and edit all the posts but he will be devoid of deleting any. You can also create custom profile with different roles.
This plugin will highlight all the comment from the author on its blog post and make it easier and simpler to read comments and replies. The only requirement is that the author must be logged before he makes any comment.[alert-announce] How To Remove Virus / Trojan or Any Malware from WordPress Sites [/alert-announce]
Pre-Publish ReminderTop 5 SEO Friendly Dazzling Free WordPress Themes[/alert-note]
Each admin has a check list before he or she publishes the blog. Now you can share your check list with your co-authors and remind them to check few things before they press the button for review.
Audit Trail Plugin10 Must have WordPress plugins [/alert-success]
Audit Trail is a plugin to keep track of what is going on inside your blog. It does this by recording certain actions (such as who logged in and when) and storing this information in the form of a log. Not only that but it records the full contents of posts (and pages) and allows you to restore a post to a previous version at any time.
Do make sure you give enough credits to the author by showing his name and link at the end of the post. Sure there are revenue sharing plugins too if you are willing to share your ad-space with your authors.
Want to make an addition to this list? Do let us know the WordPress Multi Author Plugins that you are using.