I use a lot of RSS content on my site via the FeedWordPress plugin. It seems the “Bottom of Every Post” plugin only adds content to new posts that I personally create. I was hoping there was some way to insert at the bottom of “every” post, not just ones I manually create.
If you can think of a way to do this, I’d be most appreciative. I’ve been looking for a simple plugin like this for a long time, but was disappointed when I saw it not working as I had hoped.
This plugin adds content to the bottom of each post using a filter on the_content, so it works on all traditional posts. It sounds like your question is about this other plugin you’re using and why those posts are different. I can’t answer that.
Again, if there’s any way you can look into how to use your plugin with RSS feed posts, I’d be very grateful.
Yesterday I added email opt-in code as the content for your plugin, and even though it’s only showing on the very few posts I’ve created myself, it has increased my site’s opt-in rate by at least 300% already, which is insane. And, I can see exactly which form on my site the opt-ins are coming from, and the majority are from this new one. This is greatly outperforming my main opt-in form on my homepage, which is very surprising as most people visit my homepage multiple times per site visit. I really work hard to grow my email list and this was a dramatic increase.
Given how few posts this shows up on, I’m very impressed with how effective this is, and I know that if I could have that form show up at the bottom of every post… both RSS and normal posts… that my opt-in rate would skyrocket much further. Anyone’s would.
Please help me if you can. If you can figure out how to do this, you’ll have a KILLER plugin that people will rave about for increasing opt-ins. You might even want to make a new plugin dedicated specifically to easily placing an opt-in form at the bottom of posts… including RSS posts.
Thanks in advance for at least taking a quick look to see if it’s doable.
Thanks for the insight. Free plugins don’t pay the bills, so it’s hard for me to get excited about the opportunity. I’ve got one custom plugin in the queue, now, but if you want to hire me to build this solution for you we can talk about that in a few weeks.