This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Optify for WordPress


Optify harnesses the power of inbound marketing, attracting likely customers instead of pushing your message on questionable targets. With Optify for WordPress running, you’ll be able to accomplish the following:

  • Drive more traffic to your site and attract more leads with SEO and social media
  • Capture lead details from your website and Facebook
  • Arm your sales and marketing teams with visitor intelligence, lead scoring and prospect alerts
  • Track, report and share results

In just seconds, Optify’s WordPress Plugin begins capturing information and intelligence on website visitors.


  • Optify Application Home Page
  • Optify Contact Detail Page


  1. Install the plugin via
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Register the plugin by going to Settings > Optify for WordPress


I’ve activated the plugin and registered, how do I see my information in Optify?

Head on over to and login.

How does this plugin work?

The Optify for WordPress Plugin adds a bit of JavaScript to each page on your website to give you insights into what visitors and leads are doign on your website. It utilizes first party cookies to track their session and visits.

Can you tell me more about Optify?

Sure, please visit our website or our support website

Will the plugin affect my site’s performance?

The Optify plugin will not affect the performance or load time of your website. Because of it’s asynchronous javascript, you are ensured that your website will continue to load quickly.

How do I contact Optify?

Please contact Optify via support here:

Contributors & Developers

“Optify for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Handle integration with ckeditor based forms.


  • Handles array form field names.


  • Handles upgrade more seamlessly.
  • Passes page title as form title to Optify.


  • Handle token input instead of registration.


  • Introducing server side form processing.


  • Cosmetic changes to the WordPress listing


  • Initial Optify Plugin