This week we introducing plugin improvements, a new form element, and widget action list improvement:
WordPress Targeting Improvement
With our WordPress plugin, you can now access platform-based targeting in behavior tab. You can create widgets for the blog posts, display widgets based on page/post category and tags. Also, we added an option to check if current page viewer isn’t an admin/or logged in (editor, author, etc.) to hide offers from site owners and content creators.
WordPress After Post Widgets
Using the plugin, you can now place inline widgets with the new option: after the post content. If you’re using the same offer for multiple post categories or tags, you can now combine the behavior described above with the new widget place option to add offers to all relevant blog posts.
New Element: Testimonials
Got a success story or a feedback from a well-known person about your offer? Add testimonials to your widget! It has a significant impact on the visitor’s decision to accept the offer and helps you build the trust with your audience. As all the other widget elements, testimonials are fully customizable, have multiple styles and controls to help you fit them into any design and layout. Try it out!
Widget List Action: Move to Site
Following your requests, we implemented the tool to re-assign widget from one of your sites to another. This transfer saves analytics stats, lead counter, widget customization, and A/B variations of the widget. Just press the new Move to Site action and choose the relevant site:
Don’t forget to update your WordPress Convertful plugin to the latest version! As always, we appreciate any feedback you can give us. Feel free to leave a comment below or create a ticket on our Support Portal if you have any questions about the new functionality.