A nifty new plugin has just been released for WordPress. It’s tiny, requires no configuration, and does it’s work behind the scenes. The plugin is called PuSHPress, and it helps get your content out there much more quickly.
The past, Google would check your site periodically and then post your new content to Google Reader (and other places) after it was discovered. Last year, a new protocol called PubSubHubbub was introduced, as a way to speed up that process. In short, it gave you an easy way to tell Google (and others) when you had new posts ready for them, rather than waiting for them to find you. Here’s how it works:
This new WordPress plugin is a simple way to enable PubSubHubbub on your blog. No tweaking, no setup. Just install and activate the plugin and you’re done!
For more, check out the full article on 10e20.