Stable Tag: 2.3.0 Create Calls to Action for your WordPress site. Monitor and improve conversion rates, run A/B split tests, customize your own CTA t
I have only just discovered CTA but I can see that it's going to be one of the first plugins I load on my new sites. It's useful, it has variations, and although I think it might be a tad intimidating for a complete newbie, it's still not too hard to figure out. Only issue is that it's a little slow, but I can't evaluate why because I'm not a systems person; that could well be the rotten state of telecommunications avaialable to rurual Australia.
Furthermore, as others have noted, the support forum is fantastic! Got help with an issue within a few hours of posting. Really great work fellas!
the plugin does what I need and the support responded immediately my issue, that is great deal for me!
For me, plugin support is just as important as functionality. Support for WordPress CTA has been OUTSTANDING - all of my questions (and problems) were addressed within hours of me posting them in the support forum. Thanks!
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Just the plugin I needed! Dev fixed an issue when contacted!
Just what I needed
Just want I wanted.
This is an excellent plugin for anyone who's pretty serious about inbound marketing. It does require a basic understanding of what inbound marketing can do for you, and it has a bit of a learning curve.
Once you've decided what you want to accomplish, it provides a lot of value. In fact, I'm quite surprised they put it up on Github, I would happily pay for it.
This has made our life so much easier. It cut down instructions in half for our clients.
One item on the wish list - a custom class grabbed from the title name OR a way for the user to add a custom class if necessary. I currently need to give different colors for the call to action widget titles.
Currently CTA widgets get a unique ID, such as #ctatext-1, #ctatext-2, etc.
It is simple enough to make CSS changes by targeting these ID's, but what happens when users add new widgets, delete and add new widgets (ID# will change). CSS would have to be fixed up in order to preserve widget specific styles.
Keep up the good work :)
If you are looking for a "Call to Action" plugin, you must try this one. Very good and quick service. My questions was answered right away.
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