This week we’ve teamed up with the amazing team at Optimal Access to offer you a chance to win 1 of 10 KBucket content hub licenses.
This week we’ve teamed up with the amazing team at Gaucho Plugins to offer you a chance to win 1 of 3 Payment Page Personal Plan licenses with 12 months of updates and support included.
In our hands-on RafflePress review, I’ll be taking a look at a new freemium plugin that helps you run smart giveaways where you can give visitors entries in exchange for completing tasks, like sharing a tweet about your giveaway or joining your email newsletter.
Hosting a giveaway is the most popular way to connect with your audience, build your brand and of course, get more visibility. Giveaways can be a light, fun way to reach out to a hitherto untapped customer base. Highly Recommended !
If you’ve ever wanted to run a contest on your site, but lack the funds to offer a decent prize, then Incentivibe will be of great interest to you. Incentivibe allows business and website owners to group together in order to offer big contest prizes, while only paying a fraction of the cost.
Whereas traditionally a single site’s budget might not stretch to a $500 giveaway for a contest, by using Incentivibe, it is now possible to split the cost of funding the prize with other site owners, with each contributor being able to promote the contest on their own site.
Our recent InfiniteWP giveaway attracted a lot of interest, which was expected given that InfiniteWP is such a great service.
Today we contacted the winners, congratulations to both of you lucky readers.
A few weeks ago I got my hands on the latest WordPress book to hit the (electronic) shelves, Client Oriented WordPress Development by Jonathan Christopher. I’ve been following Jonathan’s blog Monday by Noon for a couple of years now, and have grown to expect top notch quality in his writings. The book does not disappoint and it’s definitely the best WordPress book I’ve read this year.