Welcome to Blouza.net.
We archive interesting articles from fascinating people that are generally invested in widely distributing their content. As such, we allow third-party players to inject our site with new content whenever they have fresh, new articles to provide us.
Although the site hosts lots of fascinating content, it also serves as a test platform for a WordPress iSnare plugin that we’ve developed so anybody can set up a fully functional article directory in minutes. Although we’ve set up plugins for multiple content providers, this site sucks in articles provided exclusively through a single channel.
What does our iSnare.com WordPress ‘plugin’ do?
Our WordPress post will do a lot of things; it’ll complete author profiles, check for duplicate content, create archives, attach relevant featured images to posts… and it’ll also give you the option of submitting content to a branded Twitter account (by branded, we mean that it’ll come from your own application that’ll link back to your site). We automatically create categories and do just about everything that you would normally manually do when creating a WordPress post. Of course, since we’re publishing on WordPress, you can use normal shortcode and other functions to enhance the quality of the content or render information in a particular manner (for example. the simple shortcode of [numberofposts] in a post or page will output 60368, which is the number of posts currently submitted to our database; or you could use a ‘related posts‘ plugin to direct readers to other similar posts). A large number of shortcode functions that will highlight content in various ways are made available in the default download of the plugin.
We’re trialling this service on few domains – although the primary ‘demonstration’ site is at Blogger.net.au (because of a few of our Australian specific services). If you’re an Australian business owner, please ensure you subscribe so we can keep you informed.
If you want to be notified of when the plugin is available, please join the (Blogger.net.au) mailing list from this site. If you’re a writer or publisher and you’re interested in our own distribution network, please join our mailing list.
Because this is a test of our early version software, and if you’re enthusiastic enough, please let us know if you encounter bugs, errors, or areas of improvement.