Put Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more share buttons above/below posts. Plus automate social user growth and revenue with ReadyGraph.
Used to be decent plugin. Did what it promised. Used it on many of our sites for a couple of years I think.
Suddenly, one day, it started showing third-party popups, asking visitors to enter their email address to be added to a third-party service.
Completely unannounced, without permission, on the ENTIRE frickin web site. Not sure how long it was going on, and how many visitors and buyers we upset. And how many of our users these scumbags stole from our web site.
That was a really scammy, low-class, sleazy move by the developer to auto-enable such a feature without permission from the web site owner. It doesn't matter what they say now - once a scumbag, always a scumbag. I will never trust their developers or plugin ever again.
Run far away from these scammers.
This was an excellent plugin, now it's littered with adsense and readygraph. Really a shame, this was the best social sharing plugin previous to this mixup.
Developers say they're trying to fix it, but they've lost my trust, it wasn't some hack or glitch, it was a choice. I'm moving on.
We've used this plugin for a year or two with no issues, until now.
It's gone and installed ReadyGraph, activated pop-ups and logins all over our site, and site users are being emailed from ReadyGraph, asking them to install it as well.
TL;DR: This plugin will spam your users, take their email addresses, and add pop-ups all over your site. All without asking your permission.
ATTENTION uninstall this plugin !!
A client who was a long time user of this called me up today to see if our hacker intrusion software could explain why Google custom search boxes had appeared over his content. An investigation tracked it back to this plugin. It seems the latest update introduced this, presumably to net the developer a few bucks. That's really annoying when rival products like AddThis have developed successful freemium models around the analytics that such products can generate which suggests that the developer isn't looking to the long term as most users will do what ours did and uninstall a plugin that covers their content with traffic diverting cheap tricks they can't control or disable.
I've been using this plugins for years, but recently they secretly added to my website (and all website using it) a Google Search Box directly linked to their Adsense account :
var cx = 'partner-pub-4187249499649652:7077174520';
This search form automatically appears on your website at the end of 'the_content()' tag
So they are just earning money injecting their own ads on your website thanks to their updated plugin
I think a WordPress admin should be informed about that.
The newest version of this plugins adds Adsense code without informing at the end of every articles/ footer.
The adsense code is not mine, obviously.
a few months ago, when the author probably decided to implement stupid Readygraph, which give a huge pop up over the whole browser windows, making the user experience decline rapidly. Do not download this unless you want your visitors to get frustrated.
Email subscription broke & no support. Uninstalled.
The last version of this plugin added banners to my blog (in mobile browser). This was not mentioned in the change log. I guess the author wanted to make some extra cash. Promptly uninstalled. Beware.
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