Track WordPress with Yoke

Yoke.io uses WordPress APIs to report on key metrics such as the number of days since the last blog post, or notifications in your account.

About the integration

Yoke cards help entrepreneurs, small business owners and marketers ensure that they are regularly posting content to a WordPress.com site. Yoke uses OAuth2 and secure REST APIs to connect to WordPress.com.

Card Types

You can track the following measures for any site that you own in WordPress.com:

  • number of days since the last post
  • number of posts in the last week/month
  • number of notifications in your account

Alerting logic

For the first card type, a machine learning algorithm will figure out your regular posting frequency and warn you if you have not posted in a while. The second card type will alert if there have been 0 posts in the last week/month.

Slack integration

You can query your WordPress.com cards from Slack using slash commands.

Automatic bookmarks in Chrome

The Yoke Auto-Bookmarks Extension automatically bookmarks the posts picked up by your WordPress cards to help you access them quickly.

Tips for Yoke users

If you are blogging for your business, remember that prospects that land on your blog page will respond negatively if your last post is very old. Yoke will help you post regularly and quickly access earlier blog posts.

Content writers should track the number of days since the last post. Marketing managers can track the number of posts in the last week/month to make sure that their team posts content regularly. Note that you still need to look at the comments and statistics in WordPress.com to understand what your readers want to read.

If you receive too many notification-related emails from WordPress.com, you can turn off email notifications, track them in Yoke, and read them at your convenience.

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