Popular Custom Random Listing Posts

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Some Examples:

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  • 2014: The Year of Li...

    I realize it's a tad early for the obligatory end-of-the-year prognostication piece in which marketers and advertisers alike provide their fearless forecasts Read more...
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  • Evolution of Logo De...

    Here is another great infographic from my good friends at Glow New Media based in Liverpool called The Evolution of Logo Design: How famous brand identities have developed. The infographic shows how some of the World's most iconic logos began and have developed over the years into the recognisable brands we know today. The infographic displays logo evolution for the following brands: Internet Explorer, IBM, Nokia, Ford, Apple, Pepsi, Microsoft, Cannon, BBC, Kodak, Atari, Volkswagen and British Airways. Please let me know which is your favourite logo featured in the infographic by leaving a comment or by posting on Facebook, Twitter or Google plus. Here you go: Read more >>
  • 2014: The Year of Li...

    I realize it's a tad early for the obligatory end-of-the-year prognostication piece in which marketers and advertisers alike provide their fearless forecasts for the coming year. Well, truth be told, this is not one of those articles but rather an observation of something I just came across. For the record, I do plan on producing the aforementioned end-of-the-year prognostication piece at what I think is the appropiare time: sometime in mid-December. And while I won't give away the details, I will tell you the article will come with a twist, and will leave it at that. Ok, so why I do refer to 2014 as potentially being the year of living socially? First off, the title of my article is a paraphrasing of the title of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, starring Mel Gibson. In the movie, Gibson plays a young reporter who is trying to navigate the political turmoil of Indonesia. (Thank you, IMDB). Based on what I read, it appears the number of marketers who will be trying to navigate not the turmoil, but perhaps the terrain that is marketing and advertising, will be at an all time high when it comes to their use of social media. The "what" I am referring to is a recent eMarketer report, “Social Media Advertising: Seven Read more >>
  • Should Feedback Be G...

    Feedback is critical to any business, and an increasing array of social tools have entered the market to allow the regular flow of feedback to course throughout an organisation.  Foremost amongst these have been the kind of performance appraisal systems developed by companies such as Work.com. I’ve written previously about the way to deliver great feedback, and indeed on how to build a feedback culture.  For this blog though I’d like to explore the thorny issue of delivering negative feedback.  It’s something most managers struggle with, yet is essential if we are to improve what we do, both individually and collectively. Doing this well is essential, for when it’s done badly it helps to foster a poisonous culture of blame and back-biting that drags the organisation into the mud.  The opposite of course is that people become afraid of speaking up for fear that doing so will damage their prospects.  So, in order to do things right, here are a few tips to help. Build the culture One of the great things about software like Work.com is that it helps to develop a feedback culture.  This communicates to employees that feedback is an expected part of their role, and that sharing thoughts is a Read more >>
  • How to Run a Contest...

    Running a contest on Facebook is one of the best ways to get and keep fans. Let’s face it – many people are fans based on what they can get out of it… and there is nothing wrong with that. What would be wrong is not responding to what your customers are demanding. But here is the problem. Facebook terms are notoriously confusing and some businesses shy away from doing contests because of this confusion. Others proceed ignorant of the rules and find their Business Page shut down by the powers that be. Don’t make either of these mistakes. So go ahead and run contests… just do it by the rules. Here are a few things to keep in mind (although it is always recommended to check the latest Facebook Terms before running any contest – Facebook can, of course, revise them at any point). 1. If you use Facebook to communicate or administer a promotion (ex: acontest or sweepstakes), you are responsible for the lawful operationof that promotion, including: a.   The official rules; b.   Offer terms and eligibility requirements (ex: age and residency restrictions); and c.   Compliance with applicable rules and regulations governing the promotion and all prizes offered (ex: registration and obtaining necessary regulatory approvals) 2. Read more >>

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Official Website: wpindeed.com

The easiest way to display tour posts based on your imaginations

Popular Custom Random Listing Posts is a very powerful plugin/widget for WordPress which displays your posts and pages with or without thumbnails based on popularity for each post/page (visitors or visits), your custom settings or a random listing. It’s the perfect solution for any kind of website, eCommerce or simple blogs and it comes with full customization options.

What is P&C&R Listing Posts for WordPress?

Popular&Custom&Random Listing Posts for WordPress is a great little plugin that gives you the ability to display your content the way you really want. The plugin has a large array of features that gives you full control over what and how should be displayed in your WordPress website. You can choose to display every combination of Title, Content, Excerpt, Thumbnail. Personalize every aspect of the way the content is being displayed, starting with the entire box, down to every single link. Unlike most of the similar widgets out there, PCR Listing Posts allows you to select the order in which the posts will be displayed based on number of comments, title and date, or you can leave it to random ordering.

One of the most important feature is the “Popular” section where you can decide if you want to display the posts or pages based on the number of visits or visitors. The plugin tracks all your posts and pages and keeps your visitors or visits. Your Top of Posts can be created based on a specific period of time or dynamically on the last Week, Month or Year.

Another important feature is that now you can decide where the widget can be visible or not. From the entire list of Post, Pages and Categories you will select by yourself where should not be saw the widget from the sidebar.

You can see more on Plugin Website Page: http://wpindeed.com

In the Future…

The great thing about this plugin is that it’s derived from need and future changes will be made based on that. The more people will use this plugin the more feedback we are likely to receive and the best suggestions for improvement will be added in the next versions.

Requirements

If you want to use this plugin, all you need to do is install WordPress 3.5+, and install the plugin.

List of Features

  • Post and Pages included
  • Popular Posts
  • Visitors Tracking
  • Visits Tracking
  • Custom Display Section
  • ShortCode Generator
  • PHPCode Generator
  • Visibility Settings
  • Items Pagination
  • “Current Category” selection
  • Custom Selections of Categories, Posts
  • Custom exclude specific Posts and Pages
  • Pick from a specific time interval or period of time
  • Custom Selections of Categories, Posts
  • Custom exclude specific Posts and Pages
  • Helpful Description
  • Multi Language
  • Widget Box Options
  • Widget Box Title
  • Filter Content
  • Ordering Content
  • Number of Posts to display
  • Select from one or all categories
  • Filter by Comments
  • Filter by default
  • Filter by Title
  • Filter by Date
  • Order Ascendent/Descendent
  • Enable Random display Posts
  • Display or not Post Title
  • PermaLink on Post Title
  • Number of characters of title
  • Full Content Display
  • PermaLink on full content
  • Part of Content Display
  • Number of words to display
  • PermaLink on part of content
  • Activate “Read More” Link
  • Label “Read More” Link
  • Disable display content
  • Drop HTML
  • Content display mode
  • Display Thumbnails
  • Thumbnail width option
  • Thumbnail height option
  • Permalink on Thumbnail
  • Default Thumbnail
  • Custom Default Thumbnail
  • Hide Widget from Sidebar