Posts Tagged ‘wordpress’

Questions Plugin by Skylr Monaghan, Austin L and Dylan K

Tweet Here's a quick and useful plugin for any WordPress sales page. Questions Plugin by Skylr Monaghan, Austin L and Dylan K is a ready-to-use solution for a simple concept which does really help to boost sales and conversions. It means that you can personalise your sales pages based on the answers that your visitors give to two simple questions.

Jan 3rd, 2013
by Thom Lancaster

WP SqueeZense by Heri Rosyadi

Tweet Here's a multi-purpose theme which allows you to do much more than just operate your site as a blog. WP SqueeZense by Heri Rosyadi is a WordPress theme that can be used to create sales pages and squeeze pages, promote affiliate products, run a review site to get affiliate commissions and much more. This one has too many features

Jul 2nd, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

WP Mobile Assault by Ali G

Tweet Here's a quite unique WordPress plugin from Ali G. WP Mobile Assault by Ali G takes any WordPress site and turns it into a mobile (cell phone ready) version at the click of a few buttons. This means that you do the work once and you get a site which will work on both desktop and mobile devices. And,

Jul 1st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Azon Conversion Pro by Edwin Boiten and Michael McKay

Tweet Here's a simple but powerful WordPress plugin designed for affiliate marketers to help your blog to replicate many of the big name sites online in your niche. Azon Conversion Pro by Edwin Boiten and Michael McKay gives you the power to display price comparisons on your site. These  price comparisons are designed mainly to encourage people to buy from

Jul 1st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

WP Tagizer by Kevin Byrne and Jack Coxill

Tweet Here's a great traffic grabbing plugin for all WordPress blogs. WP Tagizer by Kevin Byrne and Jack Coxill works by providing new ways to get your blog posts tagged and indexed. First of all, you can set up a group of standard tags to use at the end of every post. Think about things like your name, your business

Jun 28th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster