Do you manually publish your articles through Microsoft Start Partner Hub (MSPH)?

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Piper Essick
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We are looking to gather feedback from those of you that are manually publishing your articles vs using the WordPress Plug-in or connecting your RSS feed. If this is you, please send me your email to set up a quick chat πŸ™‚ We are working hard to make publishing as easy and seamless as possible, and your feedback will help us tremendously!

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  • Joi
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    I manually post. If you still need to talk, let me know.

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  • Giangi Townsend
    Giangi Townsend MSA Posts: 34 ✭
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    @Piper manually publishing

  • Terrance Pryor
    Terrance Pryor MSA Posts: 3 ✭
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    I'm forced to manually post articles because it stopped reading my RSS feed last week.

  • Ashley Rollins
    Ashley Rollins MSA Posts: 18 ✭
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    I do a combination -- if I'm reposting an article again because it was popular the first time, then I will manually do it. I have been having a lot of issues lately, however, with manual "republish" articles not getting out of review, however.

  • Cyndie Norell
    Cyndie Norell MSA Posts: 1 ✭
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    I am manually posting some of my articles.

  • Marilyn Johnson
    Marilyn Johnson MSA Posts: 30 ✭
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    I'm doing both. I manually publish additional articles that don't belong on my site.

  • Sarah Errafay
    Sarah Errafay MSA Posts: 2 ✭
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    I am using the Wordpress plugin as it saves time and is more efficient for me. I would love if there were more features in the plugin to categorize content.

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    Hi @eileen, that's great feedback! I'll take note of this and pass it along. I've also escalated both of your emails about your posts being rejected 3 times to Partner Hub Support so they should be getting back to you about why the posts published via the plug-in are getting stuck in review.

  • eileen gunn
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    Thanks Jake. Just to clarify, they aren't getting stuck in review. they're being rejected.

  • Arlene Mobley
    Arlene Mobley MSA Posts: 2 ✭
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    Yesterday I tried using the plugin with a new post as I published. It was immediately rejected. I deleted it and tried to use the plugin to repost and now the plugin will not repost.

  • Chef Dennis Littley
    Chef Dennis Littley MSA Posts: 35 ✭
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    I didn't like the plug-in, it was clunky and with all the issues technical MSN has had I worried about how secure the plug-in is. The IT department does not inspire.

    I've been posting manually since the initial test with the plug-in and RSS feed and feel I have more control and can create a better post doing it manually and it only takes about 10 minutes.

  • Jessica Williams
    Jessica Williams MSA Posts: 6 ✭
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    I'm publishing via the plugin as well.

  • Jon Thorsen
    Jon Thorsen MSA Posts: 5 ✭
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    I do a combination - use the plugin and manual. Many of my popular pages are category pages, not posts, so they have to be done manually.

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