You’re doing everything right.
You’re adding new content on a regular basis.
You’re targeting your posts to your ideal reader.
You’re even spending time (and money) to create social-media friendly graphics for each post.
So why are you still struggling to grab the attention of the very people who need and want to read your content?
The answer is simple: there is just too much competition, and it’s causing our attention spans to shrink to barely perceptible levels.
Not only that, but for many blogs, content is time-sensitive. That coupon offer you post about today might be irrelevant next week…or even tomorrow! If you don’t capture your audience’s attention today, they might just miss out on something important.
That’s why blogs come with a built in feature to allow readers to “subscribe” to your posts, but there’s a problem…
RSS Readers Are Too Techy
There was a time when–if you wanted to know about the latest posts from your favorite blog–you had to subscribe via an RSS reader. When you were in the mood for something to read, you’d simply open up your preferred reader and browse the new articles.
You can still do this, but for most markets, the nuances of RSS feeds are too technical. In fact, if you ask most people, they won’t even know what an RSS feed is–let alone how to use one.
So many blog owners have turned to solutions such as email. By giving you their email address, your readers are granting you permission to notify them of all manner of things, such as:
- New blog posts.
- Special offers.
- Upcoming events.
- Your latest products.
- Coupon codes.
- New member content.
- And anything else you can send via email.
The only trouble with email is that it gives your subscribers the opportunity to delete, archive, or even automatically filter your messages. The bottom line is…
Email Notifications Are Easily Overlooked
With the increasing number of emails each of us receive every day, it’s no wonder we miss so many important updates. Not only blogs we want to read, but expiring offers, critical software updates, and even payment notifications get lost in our overflowing inboxes.
And we haven’t even talked about spam folders and Gmail’s oh-so-helpful “promotions” tab. Is it any surprise that your new content is lost somewhere?
But what if you could bypass the email notifications all together, and not have to rely on RSS feeds to get your message out? Now you can, when you…
Create An On-Demand Flood Of Website Traffic
At The Push Of A Button!
Just like your favorite smart phone apps, this new WordPress plugin allows you to send “push notifications” right to your readers’ desktop or mobile device. That means that whenever you add new content, you can create a custom message and “push” it out to all your subscribers, who will instantly see a pop-up notice right on their screen!
- NO spam folders to worry about
- NO undeliverable email addresses
- NO getting buried at the bottom of an over-full inbox
Just instant, on-time notifications. Your readers will get the information they need and want, exactly when you send it, every single time.
Here’s just some of the businesses that can use the Push Notifications plugin for WordPress:
- Coupon bloggers who post time-sensitive offers.
- Recipe bloggers who want readers to have this week’s meal plan.
- Software developers who make critical changes to their code.
- Membership site owners who want to be sure members get the latest content.
- Fiction bloggers who want their fans to get the latest chapter.
- Review bloggers who rely on affiliate commissions and must be the first to post their review.
- Entertainment bloggers with hot news to share.
- Security blogs with important information about the latest hacking.
- Fitness bloggers who want to prompt readers to work out or eat healthy.
- Bloggers who run contests and want to remind readers to enter or vote.
- Product creators who want to notify customers about your latest offer.
- Coaches who want to let clients know about upcoming group calls.
- Any WordPress website owner who needs to ensure readers receive pertinent information on time, every time.
As you can see, the uses for this plugin are nearly endless. But even better than that, it’s as easy to set up and use as you’d expect from a WordPress plugin…
- One-click installation via your WordPress dashboard.
- Easy-to-follow instructions for making use of Google’s “push notifications” technology on your blog.
- Unlimited push notifications allowed–plus you can see all your past notifications and how many users each was sent to.
- View stats on number of registered users so you can gage your growth.
- One-click subscription makes it easy for your readers–no name or email fields to fill in.
- Custom widget lets you place your subscribe button in any sidebar or footer.
- Short-code option allows button placement on any page or post.
- One-click unsubscribe lets readers opt-out of receiving notifications whenever they choose.
Push Notifications WordPress Plugin gives you the power of an email subscription with deliverability that simply cannot be beat. You’ll never wonder if your readers saw or read an email, or worry about your open rates again.
Now, you’ll be confident that all your important messages are getting through. Push Notifications makes it easier to capture their attention and let them know about important updates–all without relying on email or other unreliable systems.
Included Seller Tools
- Fully formatted HTML sales letter
- Fully formatted HTML thank you page
- Push Notifications plugin for WordPress
- Installation and usage guide (DOC and PDF)
- Box shot graphics (JPG and PSD)
- User Guide Graphics (JPG and PSD)
Usage Ideas For Quick ROI
- Add to your paid membership site as a member’s only perk
- Offer as a bonus for customers
- Offer as a bonus for customers buying from your affiliate link
- Give it to your paid coaching clients
- Use on your own sites
- Add value to your WordPress design services by including the plugin in your package
- Hire a programmer and have them improve your plugin by adding other PLR content to it
- Private Label
- PHP 5.4 and up
- WordPress 4.4 and up