Whether you are using WordPress for your business or for blogging, you need to get people on your mailing list. But, if you also want to increase the number of readers who sign up to your list, then you need to use optin plugins. In this article, you can find out the 10 best optin plugins you can use for WordPress.
Why optin plugins are needed:
- Allows you to add popup signup forms to your WordPress site
- Allows you to test and monitor the effect it has on readers
With plenty of tools and plugins, blogging has become so easy today that just about anyone can do it. With enormous amount of competition, you might want to get help from any source you can find.
Plugins are surely one of those help. These can make any process faster and smoother, something that is an advantage to you or your readers.
Having forms plugin that has an easy-to-use interface will make the creation of custom forms effortless. When we talk about websites, forms are one of the most important parts.
Creating forms once required HTML coding experience but plugins have made this very easy. Now, anyone can set-up forms and even the most complex forms as well.
Why do you need a form plugin?
- User feedback
- Acceptance of guest posts
- Selling of products
- For the comment section
All of these functions require a form plugin. However with so many form plugins available on the Internet, it can be difficult to choose the right one for your site. In today’s post, we have collected 25 best WordPress form plugins to help you make the right decision.Read More
Want to start your online store but don’t know how? It’s now easy to create one with WordPress and WooCommerce plugin. True, WordPress has been on the Web as a Content Management System for blogs. The most exciting part is, you can now do almost anything with it using premium and free plugins.
Creating an online store to sell products is now just a few clicks away using Woocommerce. Since WordPress integrates seamlessly with WooCommerce, the former is taking your site capabilities to the next level.
WooCommerce: Sell Anything Beautifully
WooCommerce is the most popular eCommerce plugin to utilize to create your online store in a few clicks. It is a feature-rich plugin of the eCommerce software of WooThemes, a company known for their great online business solution.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to create an online shop using this amazing plugin.Read More
Who doesn’t love WordPress? According to Wikipedia, WordPress is used by more than 18.9% of the top 10 million websites as of August 2013. This is how popular WordPress is. From a tiny nice blog for yourself to a professional complete E-commerce site for your company, WordPress rules the Web.
WordPress is no longer just a blogging platform when it comes to its features. Talk about new and exciting functions- and it hasn’t stop evolving yet!
So, what exactly does WordPress must have to transform it into a fully-fledged functional site? If your guess is plugins, you’re absolutely correct!
In today’s post, we will explore 30 premium must-have WordPress plugins categorized under social, security, e-commerce, sliders and galleries that you will surely love for it is worth every penny.Read More
Everything in the world comes with a price. It’s nature’s way of balancing the scales. So don’t be surprised when the premium WordPress plugins can cost you a lot. You need to spend something in order to acquire something that you really need. In our modern world, money is most often that ‘something’ I was referring to.
It is, of course, good to find free WordPress plugins that you could use with your blog or the website that you are currently developing. However, free plugins have drawbacks.Read More
Welcome to the final part of our tutorial series on WordPress Plugin Development for Designers. In the last three parts, we discussed the importance of plugins for you as designers and identified a basic structure for design based plugins while integrating a jQuery slider into WordPress.
Today we are going to complete the basic structure of a plugin by learning how to create a WordPress plugin settings page for our slider. Stay tuned as settings are an important part in customizing the functionality of a Plugin.
So let’s get started.Read More
WordPress plugins have made our lives so, so much easier. In fact, there are already nearly 25,000 plugins developed.
And there are plenty of articles all over the internet featuring the most popular and the most known WordPress plugins that will turn your website into a powerful CMS, blog, forum, etc.
I am here to show you four lesser known plugins that are very useful.Read More
Hello Everyone! Welcome back to the third part of this series on WordPress Plugin development for designers.
In the first part we identified the importance of WordPress plugins for you as designers and the basic structure of a plugin. Then we followed it up with the necessary coding required for developing plugins in the second part, by creating a jQuery slider for WordPress.
I am happy to announce that SlidesJS has won the voting contest and I’ll be using it through the rest of this tutorial series.Read More
In the first part of our WordPress Plugin Development Course for Designers we learned about the importance of WordPress plugins for designers and its base structure. Today we are going to talk about the core WordPress theories and techniques required for creating design focused plugins.
Our final goal is to learn WordPress plugin development while integrating a jQuery slider into WordPress from scratch. Throughout this tutorial, we will be learning the necessary coding techniques using sample slider as the example. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a simple template which is common to most of the design based plugins.
Voting for the slider is still going on and SlidesJS is heading the list. So we will be using SlidesJS the slider for explaining necessary codes in this part.
So let’s get started.Read More