If you want to really connect with your audience then finding new ways to make yourself available to them can really help you achieve your goals.
In this two-part series blog post we will look at 5 other ways you can make it easy for your visitors, readers, and potential or existing customers and clients, to get in touch with you beyond the standard post comments features of WordPress. Continue
Allowing your visitors to earn points in exchange for their interactions with your content is a great way to help a community to grow around your website. Points can be awarded for signing up, logging in, posting comments, and even when sharing your content on social networks.
The points system has been pioneered by discussion forums and question and answer websites, where users can earn points based on their levels of activity on the sites, and how useful their input is deemed to be by the community. Continue
Take a look at your site’s support system. Chances are you can be quite content with how it works. Your ticket system runs well, your forum gets vibrant discussions everyday and your contact form is beyond encouraging. But the thing is you might miss visitors who are in hurry, who have no time for submitting a ticket or searching through your document system. This is when live chat systems come in handy. That is exactly what a bypasser or potential customer look for when browsing your site: A real-time or instant conversation experience.
Your existing customers may wait several hours or a day for your solution feedback from forum or ticketing system. Yet any visitor can opt out anytime if they can not find what they are searching for after just a few minutes. Imaging how many leads you may lose just because your online salesperson or the direct line of contact is not right there to provide prompt and accurate answers. It’s time you seriously consider using a proper live chat tool. Continue
Today we are going to take a look at some plugins for WordPress that enable your visitors to create accounts and login to your site, using their profiles at the popular (and some not so popular) social media platforms.
These plugins cover a range of uses, including letting visitors login with their social accounts to post comments, login to a site as a contributor, and even to create their accounts at an eCommerce store built on WordPress. Continue
Just few days ago we have announced the release ofDW Question & Answer plugin version 1.2.10 for security update, and here we are again with our regular update for DW Question & Answer plugin. Yet the upgrade this time does not seem regular at all. In this latest version 1.3.0, you will see a significant improvement in the plugin-theme integration along with bug fixes and more languages supported. Continue