Due to popular demand I have decided to start releasing a selection of the BlogPiG plugins under GPL license. The first to be launched is TagPiG our WordPress AutoTagger.
TagPiG is an auto-tagging plugin for WordPress. TagPiG has been designed to overcome the manual bottle-neck by completely automating your tagging process. Here are some of the key features of TagPiG:
- Automatic post categorisation
- Automatic tag publishing
- Automatic tag filtering
- Automatic internal linking of common tags
- Automatic tag rotation
TagPig is simple to install and setup on your WordPress blogs. Once the plugin is activated it will run in the background, silently categorising, tagging and linking your blog posts automatically. With TagPiG installed you get all the great benefits of tagging without any of the additional manual overheads.
You can get an immense amount of benefit from correctly tagging all of your blog posts. Tags not only help you organize large quantities of content, but they also help define your site as a whole. If you post good content and you consistently tag every post you make with maybe 5-10 relevant keywords then, over time, your blog will become a very valuable resource to people interested in those keywords. They can actually come to your blog and get better, more reliable, less spammy, more focused search results than by doing a Google search! While this all sounds very desirable in theory the extremely manual nature of categorising and tagging blog posts has been a major bottle-neck for webmasters who build a lot of blogs and/or post to them frequently.
By Using TagPiG to automate your tagging will:
- Deliver additional keyword density into your blog posts
- Expand the keyword reach of new blog posts
- Get traffic boosts from Technorati and other tag aggregators
- Thematically organise your blog posts
- Provide an intelligent internal linking structure for your blog
TagPig has a comprehensive pdf user manual detailing every aspect of it’s setup, configuration and installation.