WishList Insider – Forum Focus 08
We realize a lot can happen throughout the course of a week. Everyone can become busy with a little of “this” and a lot of “that” during their day to day lives so it’s not always easy to keep on top of all the useful and helpful posts within the Insider Forums.
For these reasons we have decided to apply some focus to a number of posts each week that we believe can benefit our Members.
Read on for summaries and links to this week’s “Forum Focus” Posts.
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Popups are one of those things that can polarize a group of individuals. There isn’t always a lot of middle ground as it’s very common for people to either “love ‘em” or “hate ‘em”
That being said, the typical reasons for love or hate towards those little windows that appear as you surf the web are based on the settings of that particular popup.
@M provides a link and some thoughts on “Easy Popups”, a WordPress plugin that allows you to easily create and post Popups on your site. The key being you can control options like how often it appears, when it appears and to whom (all contributing factors to the love vs. hate scenario)
Check it out to see what you think (note that other WL Insiders have already been posting tips and experience with this plugin as well)
Adsense and your site is the base for this hot topic in the Marketing Questions Forum.
Do you use Adsense on your WishList Member site? Regardless if the answer to that question is “yes” or “no”, we encourage you to read the views expressed by fellow Insiders as they offer up their thoughts on this advertising method.
The discussion also takes a turn towards how you can use the WishList Member After Logout page to offer something to affiliates and even delves into Google’s business methods.
It’s an all around informative and entertaining thread.
This is another case of the title of the thread giving you a good idea of what to expect when you click to check it out.
BUT, there are certainly some original and perhaps unexpected thoughts and opinions brought up from the participants.
One such point is the fact that you must remember that you yourself are not the customer. The site must be produced with the audience in mind.
Check back next week for more Forum Focus Posts!