This is a series of blog articles to share my 6 month journey towards more traffic (and hopefully more plugin sales). I’m doing this because I read the book “Traffic Secrets” by Russel Brunson who wrote in the book that it would be a good idea to share the journey with my followers.
This blog post is once again about bad reviews. Just a few days before I got a really awesome feedback from a customer. In it he wrote that he would never install a plugin with only 4 stars. But that is exactly what is currently the case with my plugin on WordPress.org. What can I do? Here are some thoughts.
Remember? In my last blogpost I wrote about karma. In the book I recommended (Karmic Management) it says that you should even support your competitor to attract more positive “karma”. There are some impressive examples of this in the book. That this works, I see just again. Yesterday I received an extremely impressive e-mail from a customer.
Actually, this post should appear tomorrow (my rhythm is currently Monday and Thursday) but since my son turns one year old on Friday () I’m trying to free up the day. But that’s just a side note. This blog post is about very possessive customers and the current status of my setup assistant.
To deal with Google advertising for my WordPress plugin after all made me think over the weekend. As a reminder, I had planned to do this already, but I didn’t do it because my mastermind buddy stopped me. My target group was not well enough defined (which I had made up for in the above article, of course). Time to think about it again.
It’s time to write a bit about backlinks. You would think that backlink building is totally oldschool. I can already hear my readers screaming “this is so 2003!”. Honestly, I have no clue if what I’m writing here will work. But it sounds good to me. And I’m going to give it a try.
Hóla! <- That’s Spanish. Would you have known? Languages is one of the things that has been on my mind since last week. And the new setup wizard. I already launched part of it (the Global Snippets Setup Wizard) but SNIP is supposed to be even easier. Here’s what’s going on with this.
This post is the second one this week. And already the sixth in the series “Plugin Journey”. In this post I would like to write something about Google advertising. Or rather, how not to do it. Because I decided not to buy paid advertising from Google for now.
Wohoo! Another week has begun and this is my sixth blog post about my plugin journey to share with you. As a reminder, I started this because I have a personal goal (to get more traffic for my WordPress plugin in six months) and because I read the book Traffic Secrets by Russel Brunson who wrote that it would be a good idea to share my journey.
From time to time I suffer from low sales in a month. I don’t know really why this happens. Sometimes it’s seasonal, sometimes … well I don’t know. Even if you keep an eye on the numbers, you often can’t tell why that is. Because they usually always remain the same. But what if there is a new competitor in town?
This is the third part in my series “Plugin Journey“. This blogpost is about coding. More specifically, about coding a feature to make my plugin easier to use. To make it easier to use even for the not so savvy user.
Servus! (That is Bavarian for “hello”.) It’s me again, Florian, the developer of SNIP Structured Data for WordPress plugin. This is the next update about my plugin journey. Wohoo! It’s my second post. I’m doing this be because I’ve read the book “Traffic Secrets” from Russel Bruson and he wrote that it’s a good idea to share my journey with my product.
Hey guys, I hope you’re doing well on this fourth of January 2021. I’m writing this blog post because I’m currently reading the Book Traffic Secrets from Russel Brunson. In his book, he writes that you should share your journey of you and your product. And why not take that as a good New Year’s resolution? And this blog post marks the starting point.