I wanted to add an important point here regarding something I recently figured out concerning Reposter. While some of you mention that Reposter is not working for you, you do not mention which networks you are specifically trying to use it with.
The reason why I am mentioning this, is because while Reposter may appear to not be working, as I discovered myself, it may in fact be working, but the network where you are trying to repost is actually blocking the post, giving the impression that Reposter is not working.
More specifically, what I have proven to myself beyond a shadow of a doubt is that some social networks — in particular, Tumblr and Twitter — will prevent you from posting the same image over and over again.
For example, in the case of Tumblr, if Reposter attempts to repost a blog post which contains an image I have posted to Tumblr before, the post will be posted to my Tumblr dashboard, but it will NOT be posted to the public URL for my Tumblr blog. I have clearly confirmed this point.
On the other hand, if I make a new blog post on my WP blog which contains a brand new image which I have never posted to Tumblr before, in both cases, whether I use Autoposter or Reposter, the post will be posted to the public URL for my Tumblr blog.
With Twitter, it is a little different. If I make a post on my WP blog, if it contains an image I have posted before on Twitter, regardless of whether I use Autoposter or Reposter, Twitter will post the text portion of my blog post, but not the image itself.
In short, both social networks have in place a mechanism — probably part of their algorithm or filters — which prevent the double-posting of images.
To reiterate, the problem is not with Reposter in these scenarios. The problem is that the social networks are blocking the images. If you want to check out my expanded comments regarding this issue, please visit the following URL:
- This reply was modified 4 years ago by WordWeaver777@gmail.com.