Articles in the 'Warrior Forum News' Category

Warrior+Plus Adds 1-Click Autoresponder Integration

Tweet One new feature I've just seen quietly added to Warrior+Plus is one-click integration with GetResponse for customers. That means, when a customer buys one of your WSOs, they can be automatically added to your GetResponse list through single optin. That means that they don't have to confirm their email address (which you know is valid, as it's their PayPal

Apr 21st, 2013
by Thom Lancaster

Warrior Forum Expands

Tweet One of the biggest changes in the Warrior Forum over the past few weeks has been the addition of new forums. In fact, the Warrior Forum is looking to expand, and anyone with an idea for a new forum (something which isn't already covered elsewhere with the existing forums) is encouraged to contact them. For best results, the proposed

Nov 17th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Warrior+Plus Adds Time Limited Scarcity Pricing

Tweet Warrior+Plus has quietly added a great new option for sellers who release WSOs through WSO Pro. For a long time, dime sale pricing has been available. That's where the price of a product goes up in a linear fashion every few sales. Now time limited scarcity is available. That works in a similar way to dime sale pricing, but

Jun 20th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

No More Mention Of Affiliate Programmes For WSOs

Tweet A new rule has come into place for those of us who runs WSOs. WSOs can no longer have any mention of an affiliate programme posted in the WSO thread. That means, not in the initial post or initial replies – and no links to other pages about the affiliate programme. Previously, a lot of people would have grabbed

May 27th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Warrior+Plus Adds Advertising Option

Tweet A new development on the Warrior+Plus system for delivering WSOs. The Request Affiliate Offers page (where affiliates go to check out the stats of the different offers available), now shows five paid offers prominently at the top of the page. These paid offers start at $100 each per day, and rise according to various factors relating to timing and

Apr 12th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster