Wordpress Plugins

October 16th in Plugin Lists, Wordpress Plugins by .

Adding countdowns for deals and discounts to your site is one way to generate more interest in your offers. You could also use the same approach to let your visitors know when certain pages on your site will expire to increase your conversion rate. Here are 2 page expiration countdown timers that can handle the job:

Post Expiration: this plugin combines with the Countdown Pro plugin to let you expire posts and track visitors based on IP address and cookie. A widget is available to display all posts that will expire. [click to continue…]

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October 15th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WooCommerce makes it easy to bring your store online. Before your customers do business with you, you will want to make sure they have read your terms & conditions. You can easily create and link a terms & conditions page in WooCommerce. Woo Additional Terms takes it a step further by allowing you to link to additional terms & conditions.

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October 13th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WordPress makes it so easy to bring your site online and grow your community. As you add content, you may not be able to identify things that are going wrong behind the scenes. By monitoring your logs, you can catch potential issues before they become something more serious.  WP Log Viewer is a plugin that lets you do just that.

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October 12th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Plenty of viral content websites rely on quizzes, listicles, and other interactive content to grow their traffic and retain loyal visitors. Want to create fun quizzes for your own site? The ARI Stream Quiz plugin has you covered. It lets you create BuzzFeed like trivia and personality quizzes.

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October 9th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Most WooCommerce stores display ‘add to cart’ and prices to everyone. Would you like to limit those features to people who are logged in to encourage more people to sign up? The Login to See Prices WooCommerce plugin is just the tool for the job. It lets you disable add to cart buttons and prices for users who are not logged in.

The plugin is very simple to use. Once you activate it, you can personalize its text and redirect your customers to a page. Just go to its Settings page to start making changes. This is a free script.

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October 8th in Wordpress Plugins by .

In the past few months, we have covered plenty of plugins that let you do more on your WooCommerce site. Those of you who run an online store know the importance of proper communication with your customers. WooCommerce Email Customizer can help. It lets you customize your order notifications via a drag & drop interface.

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October 6th in Plugin Lists by .

WooCommerce makes is easier to bring your store online. You will need to promote your business effectively to increase your sales. One way to do that is by relying on your visitors to spread the word about your business. These 5 refer a friend plugins encourage your customers to share your links with their friends:

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