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It’s been a little while but I’m still here

Well, I haven’t had much time to post any updates but I’m still here. I have just been busy! But I wanted to give you all a little update. I will probably be going into a little more detail on everything over the weekend but for now I wanted to let you guys know I’m still alive and I’m still here. Here are a couple updates on the plugins and the Article Rewriting API:

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The Article Rewriting API is close to public release!

Over the past few weeks I have passed out over 50 Keys for my Web Ninja Article Rewriting API. Almost all of them are using it through the Web Ninja Article Rewriter WordPress Plugin. I have gotten a good bit of feedback and everyone loves how easy it is to use and how well it works compared to other Rewriters out there.

I have been monitoring server load and bandwidth usage with the ones that currently have it and have decided to open the invite up a little more. As of right now, I have 50 open slots that are ready to go. It is a first come, first server basis. Once these slots are gone there will be a waiting period while more servers are prepared to handle more people. After the servers are prepared it will then go to a public release at a higher price then what is currently set. As long as you get your API Key now, you will be locked into the discounted price as long as you are subscribed. Even when the price goes up. You can check all this information plus sign up for a key on the Obtaining a Web Ninja Article Rewriting API Key page. Remember, this is a first come first serve basis and given the response and request that I have gotten these slots will go fast.

Now, I can offer two types of tips. The first one will be for the sites that aren’t just autoblogs and have content. The second one will be for the autoblogs.

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WordPress Tip: Automatically Empty Trash

Your Trash is a function that was added in WordPress 2.9. When an item (post, comment, etc) is deleted, it goes in Trash instead of being permanently removed. You can easily tell your WordPress blog to automatically empty trash every X days.

Just open your wp-config.php file (located at the root of your WordPress install) and paste the following code:

define('EMPTY_TRASH_DAYS', 10 );

The second parameter is when to empty trash, in days. So in this example it will empty your trash automatically every 10 days. And if we want to completely disable the trash? You can put a zero as your second parameter.