Update to the Syndication Links plugin for WordPress for Custom Endpoints by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich (BoffoSocko)

David Shanske has recently updated the Syndication Links plugin for WordPress that now allows users to add custom syndication endpoints to their websites so they can actually syndicate their content to external sites. In particular, this now includes syndication endpoints like IndieWeb News and indieweb.xyz subs. Configuring the plugin with a syndication name, UID, and the appropriate URL will create additional endpoint checkboxes in the "Syndicate To" metabox.

Hello Chris, the WordPress Crossposter has not been updated in three years. Is there another method for POSSE from self-hosted WordPress to WordPress.com using the Syndication Links plugin?

Stepping back from POSSE by Ben WerdmüllerBen Werdmüller (Ben Werdmüller)

The indieweb has this intrinsic idea of Publishing on your Own Site, Syndicating Elsewhere: automatically sending your content to other social networks. When we pitched this as part of Known, we rightly got a lot of feedback about outsized supplier power from the social networks. They could withdraw their APIs - and if the value in the platform was in this ability to syndicate, instantly erode value in the platform. It doesn't take an industry analyst to see that this criticism was right on the money.The indieweb has this intrinsic idea of Publishing on your Own Site, Syndicating Elsewhere: automatic...

My pithy post about not doing POSSE anymore.. Facebook's disconnect has affected more than just my website.

But this creates a new problem. How does one discover (or be discovered) when there is no centrally located lamp pole from which to stick one's flyer?

Laura Kalbag on blogging – Colin Devroe (cdevroe.com)

In fact, I only syndicate to Micro.blog currently because it is effortless. I do not syndicate to any other social network. I sometimes wish that I were doing so again because I know I would get more readers here as a result, but – as Laura rightfully spells out – I just don’t have the time or energy to devote to getting that working again. I’ve spent countless hours trying to get it to work the way that I’d want it to (and took the time to catalog those issues here on my blog) and I’m just not going to do it again.

Oh my gosh! Yes, I’ve felt the same way for a while. I stopped syndicating links to social media — facebook, twitter — for a few months. I did see a drop off in traffic so I started doing it again. But ... if felt forced. I don’t want to do this. Now that I know that I am in good company, I’ll stop doing it again.

It feels hypocritical to criticize social silos while using them to syndicate my content.