Feature Friday: How to Connect Your WordPress to Your Crowd Content Account

Today, Steve, demonstrates how you can hook up your WordPress account with your Crowd Content account.

Once you are in the app directory in your Crowd Content account, scroll down to WordPress and click Install App.

From there, you will be prompted to fill in your WordPress information. Once you have filled out this information, click Add WordPress.

You're now ready to export you fresh blog post to your WordPress account!

Simply open the blog post (in your Crowd Content account) that you would like to export to WordPress, click Tools and Apps at the top of the screen.

From there, scroll down to WordPress and click Publish to WordPress.

Now, if you go into your WordPress account, you will see the blog post ready to be published.

That's how to use the Crowd Content WordPress integration!

Happy Friday.

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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Liz Jansen
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Liz Jansen

I’m fairly new to Crowd Content. After I watched this video I browsed my writer’s page and I could not find the App Directory anywhere. Please help!

Laura Dohan
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Laura Dohan

Hi Liz! I’m always happy to help. The WordPress plugin is available in client accounts. This feature enables clients to export blog posts (that writers create) directly to their WordPress blog. It is not a feature in writer accounts. The reason for this is because the writers create the content, and clients share it on their blog, etc.

Liz Jansen
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Liz Jansen

Gotcha! That makes sense. Thank you so much for clearing that up!

Tay H
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Tay H

You are great at providing easy to follow guides. Thanks again.

auntieemily
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auntieemily

I did not know that this was an option. Thank you for sharing about it and explaining it simply.

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