Do you know your WordPress blog pings unnecessarily every time you edit a post? Think how many times you click on “Save and Continue Editing” or “Save” button. Your blog will ping unnecessarily that many times you click on those buttons.
Save your blog from getting tagged as ping spammer by installing this plugin.
Update: WordPress Ping Optimizer is compatible with the WordPress 3.5.1.
Currently I am using now the below list of the service -
http://rpc.pingomatic.com http://blogsearch.google.com/ping/RPC2 http://ping.blo.gs/ http://ping.feedburner.com http://ping.syndic8.com/xmlrpc.php http://rpc.blogbuzzmachine.com/RPC2 http://rpc.weblogs.com/RPC2 http://www.blogpeople.net/servlet/weblogUpdates http://xping.pubsub.com/ping/
How to Install and Use WordPress Ping Optimizer
**After you install WordPress Ping Optimizer:**
* When you create a new post, your blog will ping and notify all the ping services that it has been updated. This encourages search engines and different blog directories/services to index your updated blog properly.
* When you edit an existing post, it won’t send any unnecessary ping to ping services and saves your blog from getting banned by such services.
* When you post a future post by editing the time stamp, it will ping only when your post appears in future. It won’t unnecessarily ping many times when you schedule posts as WordPress does by default.
== Installation ==
1. Upload the `cbnet-Ping Optimizer` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
Installation using “Add New Plugin”
1. From your Admin UI (Dashboard), use the menu to select Plugins -> Add New
2. Search for ‘WordPress Ping Optimizer’
3. Click the ‘Install’ button to open the plugin’s repository listing
4. Click the ‘Install’ button
Activiation and Use
1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
2. From your Admin UI (Dashboard), use the menu to select Options -> WordPress Ping Optimizer
3. Configure settings, and save
Frequently Asked Questions
Q) Ping Optimizer required with latest version of the WordPress also ?
Answer: Update Services are tools you can use to let other people know you’ve updated your blog. WordPress automatically notifies popular Update Services that you’ve updated your blog by sending a XML-RPC ping each time you create or update a post. In turn, Update Services process the ping and updates their proprietary indices with your update. Now people browsing sites like Technorati or Sphere can find your most recent posts!