Infoxicate helps you get return traffic to your website, by sending out surgically accurate updates to your readers.
The fact is, your readers don’t want to read everything you publish, they’re mostly interested in posts of particular type. For instance, if you publish recipes, many of your readers will be only after veggie recipes for examples, or deserts. Or if you’re a techie, many of your readers will be interested in your posts about mobile apps but won’t care about industry news.
Infoxicate is a new communication tool between you and your readers. It let’s your readers subscribe to updates from your website, but only what they care about. So instead of being spammed with RSS, tweets and newsletters, which most users learn to ignore, they will receive emails they will learn to love, because it is never noise.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Do I need an infoxicate publisher account?
Yes, you do. The first screen you’ll see on the settings page will ask you to connect your blog to Infoxicate. You’ll be taken to infoxicate publisher’s website in order to signup or login, and will be redirected back to your admin panel once connected.
Contributors & Developers
“Infoxicate” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
- Added an option to place the widget on top of each post.
- Took the signup/login action outside of the admin in an oauth style.
- Fixed a bug that disabled admin tabs navigating on certain installations.
- Added a new subscribers graph to the stats tab.