What does the error message mean “cURL error: 22 Message: The requested URL returned error: 403″?
This error message indicates EzineArticles.com blocking the search request from your IP address. This is likely due to high volume of searches from your IP (especially in a shared hosting environment) or EzineArticles server being too busy. This is an temporary error which will go away once in a while, and returns from time to time.
Why does the plugin stop posting articles?
EzineArticles.com’s TOS specifies that you should not post more than 25 articles per year. If you believe that you still comply with the TOS, you can reset the counter “Clear Counter” at the bottom of the page. The plugin will post another 25 articles before suspending.
If you schedule is 30 days per article, you can turn off the article counting entirely.
Why does the “Last Post” and “Total Posts” counters inaccurate?
This is a problem of the WordPress plugin option page. Click on “Settings -> Guest Blogger” should refresh the counters.
Why there is no article being posted ?
This Firstly, you can try to check if there’s any article that matches your keywords. To do so, you can click on “Check Article” on your task row.
Secondly, by its nature, the wp-cron doesn’t fire on time, but by visitors. So you can force it to post the article right away, by clicking “Post Now” along the same task row.
Thirdly, it may be your hosting company blocking out-going HTTP. Although this is unlikely, but still possible.
If you’re out-going HTTP works from your hosting server, it must be a bug. Please let me know.
What is this warning, and how to fix it?
Warning: unserialize() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given in (states local file path ending:) /wp-content/plugins/guest-blogger/guestblogger.php on line xxx
A few users reported this warning message. I cannot reproduce the bug in my environments. My suspecion is that your site got a corrupted option value which caused the problem.
The solution is to manually set the value of ‘guestblogger_tasks’ in http://yourblog.com/wp-admin/options.php to empty.
This will remove all you existing configured tasks and you can start again.