• BurnsRory


    How is this a plugin?!
    The developer needs to read up on WordPress exactly what a plugin is.

    Developer thinks: Create “Plugin” = Permission to Blatantly upsell you other services.

    Plugin should also offer some core value (for example: at least perform a certain function on your website) & not have to go off site, and then anyway leave you high and dry after a certain period of time.

    This is not so much a Plugin more an attempt to sell their other products.

    Who are these people giving 5 stars? Friends of the developer perhaps…

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  • leadboots


    Have you actually tried this?

    Vonny N.


    I agree I don’t really see what value it adds as a plugin, but I don’t think it’s fair to call it ridiculous. Maybe it’s just they haven’t worked out the best way to offer the service yet.

    It is ridiculous because it looks like the author simply used this as a way to market to large WordPress community.

    The trial itself is limited, you don’t get access to ALL features even for 14 days. Everything is offsite, so it’s not specific to WordPress. You could use this for any site. I think the only reason why they pretend to be a WordPress plugin is because it gives them free access to WordPress users.

    They shouldn’t be in WordPress plugin directory at all.

    If you want to access the support forums the trial is limited but if you don’t use all the wordtracker credits then you can access it for as long as you like.

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