Update 2016: This WP Plugin is no longer available, updated or supported.
Are you a blogger like me?
Do you find it frustrating having numerous accounts to track the activity on your blog?
That, in reality, means absolutely nothing in the big picture of how you can make more money online.
I know I did, then I found WPClicks WordPress plugin…
I come across a plugin that tracks your site visitors and even takes a real-time screen recording of what your visitors are doing on your WordPress site.
Get Real-Time Live Recordings
Yes, you heard right, WPClicks shows you via a real-time video precisely what your visitor did while on your WordPress site, whether they are clicking on your banner ads, internal links or opting into your subscriber list or leaving instantly.
You now have all this information displayed instantly on your WordPress blog
The creator of the WPClicks WordPress Plugin is a guy by the name of Matt Callen who is the brother of SEO marketing Guru Brad Callen.
Having followed Matt and his brother Brad and all their projects for many years, Mat has produced some real winners and this one is shaping up to be another powerful tool you can add to your arsenal of marketing tools.
WPClicks is not hard to install it is no different from any other WordPress plugin you have installed previously. Once installed you then can watch live, real-time recordings of your site visitors interacting with your site.
You will know exactly what they are looking at, where they are going on your WordPress site and all in real-time. You can even set goals so that you can see if your marketing funnel is working or if you need to make some adjustments. It’s like you are sitting on the shoulder of your website’s visitor, watching every move they make on your WordPress site.
Imagine being able to see exactly why a visitor is leaving your site and being able to plug that hole immediately after watching the real-time recording.
So What Will WPClicks Do For Your Business?
If you use the information that you can get from WPClicks, you should be able to increase conversions which should equal more sales because you will now know exactly what your visitor wants and expects from your WordPress site.
As an affiliate marketer myself and needing as much information as possible to help promote products WPClicks is a must-have WordPress plugin. All the analytical information you need, right there in front of you to use and profit from.
But don’t take my word for it, check out the video below then go and check out the WPClicks free Demo from the link below.
So what do you think about WPClicks, it is as powerful as I said right and if you use it correctly then you can potentially uncover many new avenues of revenue for your WordPress blog to explore and profit from….
Then click the link below and check out the free demo of WPClicks WordPress Plugin Today.
Once you try the free demo of WPClicks or download and get it installed, we would like you to come back and let others know how useful you think WPClicks WordPress Plugin will be to your online business.
Imagine being able to increase sales and opt-in rates all without having to increase website traffic using WPClicks.
Love these tips! I am going to install some today hopefully. One question – how do you feel about adding all these plugins? I don’t want to bog my site down w/ too many. Also – wondering what you think about putting a floating subscribe bar in wordpress.
You do need to be careful when using to many plugins as they will slow down your WordPress blog. That is why I use Studiopress and plugins like Comment Luv Premium where you can eliminate many WP plugins.
I really don’t like anything that floats or pops up on a site for me if someone is going to subscribe they will because they want to not because something has appeared before them making them opt-in, they really don’t last as subscribers from my experience.
Cool plugin! I watched the demo and it really captures the actual movement of the mouse, really impressive!
Do you have any plans to provide this as a service so that not only WordPress users can use it?
This is not my product so you will have ask the creator of WPClicks whether or not this is possible.