Sorry, we had a sudden surge of new projects and I’m having to put a lot of time and focus to the new clients so that’s why there’s been a delay.
So if this was me I would approach it like this…
Setup a wordpress blog for their main blog platform.
Configure and setup RSS feeds for the categories that you want on your unbounce page
Add the feed content you just pulled in to your html output in your unbounce page layout.
That’s what I would use in these kind of circumstances.
This way you don’t need to configure WP to be public facing, your just using it as a blog/article storage and editing engine that will feed your unbounce pages. This will give your clients the ability to easily manage the blog content without having to go anywhere near unbounce or code.
A lot of content curation systems out there also can autopublish to WP, this means at a later date if you wanted to have more pages added with dynamic/curated content you could continue to fill up your WP installation and if you decided to make it public facing you’d have a lot of content with high SEO value that you can either continue to embed into your unbounce page and/or template WP to open it to public consumption.
Because the content is owned by you there is no need for an attribution link, you can pull in the entire blog/article content and display it on your unbounce page in its full format which will then look like its content originally from that page.
I hope that helps a bit, there’s really only a couple of ways to tackle this without having to develop a specific library of code from scratch, but why re-invent the wheel!