Helps increase social media presence by asking visitors "to pay" for your content with a tweet, plus one, or a like.
No matter what I try, this plugin's content doesn't show up.
WARNING: this plugin hide the content to Googlebot. If you install this plugin your pages will lose rank and organic visibility, check it in Google Cache.
Leave this stuff for social landing pages, forget this if you care about search engine traffic
I've tried the free version of it. Only Tweet worked like a charm. FB and g+1 were totally a dissapoiment. They never worked for me, my visitors have sent me only negative comments about this "feature".
I've installed the 7-day trial version. The same problem.
Why I'm rating it with only 2-stars this plug-in:
- I'm sure it has a tremendeous potential, I understand its power for the WP community
- Its lack of documentation; if it's so complicated to make it work then perhaps an exhaustive step-by-step user guide will resolve all possible issues/missunderstandings
I'll never understand why someone adventures itself in the "commercial" market with products when they should still stick to "community" for a while, to gather more experience, feedback, etc
If you think you'll be getting a free plug-in, think again.
By installing this plug-in you get... wait for it... NOTHING. You get a free trial version, and then you must buy ($21/domain) if you want to continue using it.
I don't mind buying. In fact, I already purchased three of similar plug-ins for my sites. However, misleading your customers into thinking they'll get a free version (the way other vendors do - with limited functionality) is just wrong.
The paid version of this plugin is licensed @ $21/domain! :|
WordPress needs to come up with a system to charge predatory vendors like this a premium for the privilege to have access to the code.
This plugin does not "hide" anything in the Google chrome Browser.
This plugin does not "hide" anything. It just use a div tag to hide the content in the browser window, but de "hidden" content is in the webpage and not even protected somehow. So better than anoying the visitors (and loosing them) just leave the share buttons at the bottom.
Even with chrome if you delete the div tags you even see the content without the need of like anything.
Also the facebook button doesn't work, at least with w3 total cache and cloudflare. Google and twitter they do, so i think this could be the plugin itself and not the caching system (it doesn't worth the effort to test it futher...)
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