Support » Plugin: WordPress Calls to Action » A landing page is just a landing page

  • Resolved Matt McFarland

    (@matt-mcfarland)


    Hi there,

    Why on earth do you assume that someone’s whole entire website is a landing page?

    My website has multiple landing page, and I want a CTA on different ones, and I dont want a CTA on the front page!

    You give zero options for that.

    I’ll just end up having to make my own

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/cta/

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  • What about a CTA only if someone viewed more than 2 pages and has not logged in?

    This is a more non-intrusive way to get more members.

    I just hate that you don’t give enough options or flexibility.

    So now all I have to do is create a simple js file, make it ajax load different CTA modals depending on php conditions. Prob take me 4 hours to make. I mean, wow. Can you just please make these though? I love most of your plugin, just hate hate hate, the lack of options.

    Plugin Author David Wells

    (@davidwells)

    Hey Matt,

    This is a call to action plugin. Not a landing page plugin. I’m not sure what you are referencing here.

    You can create as many calls to action as you want with this plugin and place them on ANY page on your website

    We love feature requests from users and will consider yours.

    This is a free plugin and development time costs us money. Please be a little bit nicer when asking for free work that would cost us hundreds of dollars in man hours to build.

    Also, can you please delete your misplaced review on our other plugin: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/not-as-advertised?replies=2#post-

    Usually to receive free help from someone you would ask nicely. This doesn’t seem to be the case here.

    Hi David,

    Please accept my humble apology, as I sincerely did not mean to come across so aggressive.

    I understand you have put a lot of effort into this and it shows. What bothered me was that I wanted to create a popup CTA but only under certain conditions, and the plugin just made it pop up everywhere, considering we get around 10k visits daily it really got a lot of our users angry.

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