Offer ClosedUpdate: Image for Content Replacement plugin for Lars.
Today 8th July at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST plus Summer variants), I’ll be opening a weekend sale for two of my favourite plugins. You may have missed them in the last 12 months, and now is your last chance to get them at a discounted price before they get added to the affiliate scheme and go live.
There are THIRTY copies available in this weekend sale.
The first is called the Content Replacement plugin, and what it does is replace small (or large) snippets of text and code on your blog posts and pages based on a date and time.
I use it all the time, in fact I’m going to be using it today to run part of these sales.
So what you can do with it is set a time and date you want the text or HTML to appear on your post, and another time you want it to disappear. Both fields are optional so you can do things like publish a snippet of content right now and have it disappear at 9.00am tomorrow morning.
Or set some content to appear tomorrow at 9.00am and have it stay there forever.
It’s incredibly useful, and I didn’t realise how useful until I started using it.
It works by you adding the HTML and setting time(s) and date(s), and it then creates unique [short-code-tags] for you. You then paste these tags where you want the text or HTML to appear, and when they’re active they show, and when they’re not, they don’t. Simple.
You can also stack them so that you can have text and HTML swapping in and out at different dates and times.
Today at 6.00pm, it will cause some text and two payment buttons to appear for each of the plugins, and at 9.00am on Monday, the payment buttons will disappear and be replaced by text that says “Offer Closed”.
Once I’ve set it up, I can forget it and go worry about other things.
The other plugin is called “Subscribers Only”, and this one I don’t use on my personal blog, but I do use it on other blogs in my network.
It’s very useful for gathering WordPress subscribers.
It works in a similar way to the Content Replacement plugin above, but in this case the content only shows when someone joins your blog as a WordPress subscriber.
So once you’ve added your code and placed it on the page where you want it to appear, your WordPress subscribers won’t see anything out of the normal.
However, non-subscribers instead see a little padlock symbol and a message saying the content is for subscribers only with a link where they can go subscribe.
It’s very cool and I use it on niche blogs together with the WordPress Autoresponder.
For this final weekend sale, both plugins are just $10 EACH if you missed them first time round.
After this weekend, both plugins will increase in price (at least $17 each) and be added to the affiliate scheme, so it’s well worth getting them now if you don’t already have them
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
You can see the payment buttons appear as if by magic at 6.00pm GMT (in about three hours time as I write this).