• These kind of extensions should be banned from the WP directory unless they clearly state what their business model is on the extension page :

    a) it collects your email to get an “API key”
    b) it runs a 14 days trial, or you only get the free (extremely limited) version of it. The payed plans are totally overpriced.

    I hate when Devs try to hide their agenda. Be bold about your business model, don’t try to hide it.

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad


    Yep, I can’t disagree with you there. The plugin pages doesn’t make any mention of that.

    @activeconvert any comment? Your plugin page should reflect the reality of this plugin if that’s true.

    Plugin Author activeconvert


    Hi there,

    We apologize for the confusion here and will modify our listing to make it clear that we have 2 tiers of service. Our free plan is actually quite feature rich with:

    All custom templates available
    Unlimited actions and feedback
    Campaign customization
    3rd party integrations enabled (mailchimp, constant contact, campaign monitor, zapier)
    All popup types: timed, exit intents, scroll triggers.

    We just limit the free plans based on number of domains and your total number of leads.

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