The Guest Post Manager is the only plugin of its kind that will allow you to track and manage all of your sponsored content and guest posts inside of WordPress admin.
Features of Free Guest Post Plugin
Sponsored Content and Guest Posts
You MUST turn this “ON” if it is a sponsored Guest Post
Easily add client details per post. Includes name and email.
Options include “PAID” and “FREE” with PAID being the default. If you run a promotion to offer a free Guest Post, you are still able to track the campaign by marking it as FREE.
Set Unique Prices
You can set different prices per Guest Post.
Post Due Date
Option to enter the payment due date for individual Guest Posts.
Option to change the payment status to “PAID” or “UNPAID” at any time.
If you need to mark the post as “Sponsored”, you can enter custom text that will show above or below the content on the frontend.
All Posts Listing Page
On the All Posts listing page, you can view all current Guest Posts and current Guest Posts where payments are due.
Option to select from over 50+ currencies for your main currency.
PRO Plugin Features
Post Status after payment expires
Options include “PENDING”, “DRAFT” and “PUBLISH”. With the PRO version, you can decide what to do once the due date for payment has passed.
Example 1: You can Unpublish the article and send it to “Pending” mode.
Example 2: You can Unpublish the article and send it into “Draft” mode.
Example 3: You can keep the article published. This is useful for a client who always pays but might be outside of your set payment or publishing guidelines.
If a sponsored Guest Post remains unpaid after their due date, YOU can receive daily reminders of clients who haven’t paid. Once they have paid, you can login to your WordPress Admin and mark their post as paid. All reports will be updated accordingly.
Payment Overdue Notifications
There will be an email field in each post plugin setting where you can input your clients’ email. If they haven’t paid by the due date you enter, they will receive a payment reminder to let them know that their article has been unpublished due to non-payment (if your post status is set to “pending” or “draft”. This will remind them to pay immediately so that they can have their post republished. Once paid, go back and mark their post as “PAID” and republish their article.
Restrict other user profiles from viewing this plugin module in the backend of WP. Some admins need privacy if they have writers or third party contributors they don’t want to seeing details and statistics about their sponsored content. This is already built into the pro version without need for particular settings.
This is a great feature if you’d like to have additional content mangers who are paid per post. They MUST be and admin in order to become a post manger.
Example: Your hire someone and will pay them 20% for every post they upload. They would select their name from the dropdown box.
*We are currently working on additional features in reporting and user roles for Post Manger.
Guest Post Manager Page
Default post status after payment due
Auto-set the post status after payment due date. After the payment due date, you can choose to set the post to
1: Pending – article will be unpublished
2: Draft – article will be unpublished
3: Published – article will remain published
= Daily Emails =
Decide if you want to receive daily “payment due” emails so that you know who has yet to pay for their post past their due date. This will be sent to YOUR email address. Can adjust the report interval and time.
Do you want to send email to clients whose payment is past due
If the client hasn’t paid by the due date, then they will receive a past due notification. Furthermore, if you have set your post status to ‘pending’ or ‘draft’, then their article will be also be unpublished. Once they have paid, you can login to your WordPress Admin and mark their post as paid and republish. All reports will be updated accordingly.
Guest Post Manager Reports Page
The landing page of the reports section will show your latest Guest Posts from the latest one published.
Other features of the Reports Page
*Total Overall Sales Added, Revenue Received and Payments Due.
*Totally Monthly Sales, Revenue Received and Payments Due
*Search posts by Name or Email
*Filter by : Payment Status: Pending or Completed
*Filter by: Post Status: Publish, Pending or Draft
*Export to CSV: Can download per Post Manager
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE EMAIL SECTION WILL BE DISABLED IN THE DEMO
- Create a new post
- The plugin metabox will appear under page sidebar in classic editor. In block editor, the plugin metabox will be shown under the Documents Tab
- Fill out the Guest Post Manager details on the right hand side bar. Ensure that you ENABLE this section and fill out all required fields. (Name, Post Type, Price, Client Email, Payment Due Date, Payment Status -unpaid by default- and Mark as Sponsored tag)
- Publish the post
- View ALL posts and view the Guest Posts & Guest Payments Due sections
- Once the post has been paid for go back and mark it has “PAID” and update the post
Report any bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Installation instructions: To install, do the following:
- From the dashboard of your site, navigate to Plugins –> Add New.
- Select the \”Upload Plugin\” button.
- Click on the \”Choose File\” button to upload your file.
- When the Open dialog appears select the guest-post-manager.zip file from your desktop.
- Follow the on-screen instructions and wait until the upload is complete.
- When finished, activate the plugin via the prompt. A confirmation message will be displayed.
or, you can upload the files directly to your server.
- Upload all of the files in
- Activate the plugin through the \’Plugins\’ menu in WordPress.
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Contributors & Developers
“Guest Post Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Cyfranwyr
Interested in development?
- Initial release.
- Some minor fixes.
- New features.
- Added Currency settings
- Fixed notices and warnings.
- Added Author URI.