Your loyal readers are an untapped source of revenue. You will never know how
many potential advertisers are reading your site; until you try Selfie.
Selfie places one or more self-serve message widgets in your posts and pages
which let end readers post their own message to promote themselves — for a price
that you set, of course.
This is useful for:
- Classified-like ads
- Shout outs
- Promotion of a business or event
Just insert a Selfie anywhere in a WordPress post or page by enabling automatic
placement (default) or enter the [selfie] shortcode in a post.
Pricing: A 20% fee on Selfie purchases. There is a minimal adserving charge
for large publishers only (those with close to 100k+ monthly page views).
Most users will never have to pay.
To learn more about Broadstreet, and how it can help you as a local publisher,
send an email to email@example.com.
- Install and activate the plugin
- A new admin menu will appear on the left named “Selfie”
- Click and read Selfie -> “How to Get Started”
- Does Selfie Cost Anything?
Broadstreet charges a 20% fee on Selfie purchases. There is a minimal adserving
charge for large publishers only (those with close to 100k+ monthly page views).
- Where can I find tutorials or more information?
There is an extensive tutorial built into the plugin under the Selfie admin
menu. You can also read more general information about the product here:
Hey mate, loving your plugin, working fine.. may I suggest you put something to not only go back but close the box so it goes back to its original state within a post? I say this as when I tried it and then went back, it stayed in the same box area place where you put your details and no way to get back out, the only way was to refresh. Could you also make it possible to change the $ to any other currency ie in my situation it would be the Pound.
Contributors & Developers
“Selfie” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Fix readme and missing styles
* Refactoring and availability of new “Styles” with experimental ‘like’ and view functionality