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  1. Paul
    Paul May 31, 2014 at 20:03 | | Reply

    Amazing Post and is gonna help me with my website http://www.braindirector.com Thankd Fylan 🙂

  2. Tom Colvin
    Tom Colvin June 28, 2014 at 04:20 | | Reply

    How does this plug in compare to OptimizePress, which I currently have installed on my blog?

  3. Howie
    Howie June 29, 2014 at 17:54 | | Reply

    Would this benefit someone with very little web design skills? I like WordPress but wouldn’t know where to start. I can do drag and drop 🙂

    Tom, how easy is OptimizePress? OptimizePress does not have a lot of user reviews.

    1. Tom Colvin
      Tom Colvin June 30, 2014 at 10:08 | | Reply

      Howie, while I have a fair amount of experience with WordPress, I am not a real techie. I found OptimizePress somewhat confusing to get up and running. I have used it only on ONE page on my site, where I am promoting subscriptions to my newsletter. It appears to me that it is NOT a replacement for the WordPress editor — the two of them co-exist, but apparently do not interact.

      From what I have read so far, MotoPress may work better on a day-to-day basis than OptimizePress. I may give MotoPress a test run just to see.

      1. Howie
        Howie June 30, 2014 at 18:43 | | Reply

        Thanks for your insights Tom. I actually found a WordPress template which comes with a built-in CMS. Drag and drop for people like me! Going to give it a shot today and keep my fingers crossed that I can actually use it. Our website needs an overhaul badly. Looks like something created when AOL first came out. LOL!

        If you’re interested, I found MotoPress on sale for only $9. I’m going to pick it up just in case the other CMS doesn’t work out for me. Don’t know the rules about posting links to other sites so just do a search for mightydeals and you’ll find it there.

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