If you install it, they will come!
Install this only if you want to subject your poor subscribers to SPAM EMAILS. Not even kidding. I'm so upset. Read it in the TOS -- they have a right to your subscriber list.
Even if you uninstall the plug-in AND remove the php extensions via your FTP site -- they still have your contact list and will continue to send emails.
THEY ARE CROOKS !!!
Do not install this obnoxious plugin!
So far it has worked well for me. Initially I tried on my weebly site using their js code and it worked great. I went from just a few subscribers a week to several hundred. Now I do most of my sites on wordpress so I am using this plugin. I like how the popup registration form that appears on my site has facebook and google buttons. I did adjust the timing so it pops after 20 seconds instead of the shorter time it was defaulted to. Depending on user feedback I may put the popup in the lower corner but I'm trying to get a lot of subscribers so not sure which setting I'll use yet. I'm excited about their email functionality as I will send a digest every week with new site updates. Nice to have both the reg form and email features in one plugin.
Just delete the Extensions folder in FTP and the readygraph-extension.php. Then edit the S2subscriptions file to remove the readygraph-extension call and bam. Back to the original S2 with no annoying popups plus no emails asking the subscriber to join their site :)
I am not impressed with the owner of this plug in. The sign up interface with the public is extrememly aggressive. I uninstalled it for that reason and asked the owner to remove me from their data base--WHICH THEY DID NOT!!! It appears they continue to try to siphon my traffic into their own data base for their own purposes. On my iPhone, I still get a pop up requesting my visitors to add themselves to "our database". I have nothing to do with this database, however. I would steer clear of this one.
I had to subscribe to some outside service to be able to use the plugin and after I found out that I don't need it I cannot find how to stop those spam emails every day from Readygraph. Terrible!
THis is a plugin which should be very useful and serve a major need for bloggers. But execution leaves much to be desired. After installing it, I received as many as four or five e mail notices for every new post. I continued to receive the e mail messages even after deactivating the plugin.
Plugin doesn't allow you to preview the e mail notice the subscriber will receive notifying them of new posts. The e mail notice also doesn't parse photo display html and cannot display photos in the e mail.
Awesome! This plugin has really improved over time.
That's what I ideally like to see. The developers putting a lots of effort in to add funcitonality, smooth over any issues, etc.
This plugin has helped immensely to add users to my site, and increase our visitors.
I especially like the user referral features which seem difficult to find in other places. I have seen related things, but nothing that is already integrated with email services, facebook, google, etc. to allow users to invite friends.
And I like how it emails users when I update content on my side. Seems like these guys/girls are really thinking about the marketing angle for smaller sites.
And it's been getting better every month. Very easy to set up. My visitors and signed up users have grown faster than before I used this plugin. Before, it was really hard to get people to sign up for the newsletter and now I get a steady influx. I like how you can change all the settings mostly within the plugin admin itself. All in all this is a good one and makes my site seem more professional and effective.
This is a cool plugin. Does a bunch of things that i need for my site: signup form, invites, and an option to send email updates instantly when i update my site.
I think they've made a bunch of improvements the last few months and seems to work great for me.
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