Jonathan Keebler

HOWTO: Liveblogging in WordPress using ScribbleLive

With lots of websites starting to use the crossposting feature on ScribbleLive that we unveiled back in August, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a quick demo video. In this screencast, I go over all the steps to get your liveblog crossposting to your WordPress site without using an iframe or other embed code.

Please feel free to drop in other questions in the comments, and I’d be happy to write you back. Happy liveblogging! :)


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5 Responses to “HOWTO: Liveblogging in WordPress using ScribbleLive”

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  2. [...] We had over 5,400 posts from dozens of authors last night, and it was great to see our WordPress crossposting feature being used all over the [...]

  3. [...] had a lot of interest at ScribbleLive in our new crossposting feature, and a lot of people are also using the more-traditional iframe-embed. It’s been [...]

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