Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Learn How to Write Wordpress Plugins

The Secret Weapon You Hope Your Competition Never Finds Out About...

Do you use a WordPress blog?

If you have used WordPress for longer than a few days you know how handy it is to have plugins that backup your database, generate Google sitemaps for more traffic, and optimize your HTML for search engine rankings...

What about those plugins that put your blog on autopilot, so you don't have to update it anymore?

Or ones that get you way more comments, so you can generate buzz about your blog posts without any effort on your part.

What about the plugins that YOU want to make? Ones that don't exist yet?

WordPress developer Robert Plank has made so many WordPress plugins in the past couple of weeks that he coded "PHP templates" for them. If you want to make a sidebar widget... open a file and fill a couple things in.

If you want to make a plugin that does database stuff... for example, a plugin that ethically bribes my users by giving them a present if they leave 5 comments, I open that template.

If you want to make a plugin that responds to new blog posts... like automatically copying each post I make onto Twitter for social marketing, I open that template.

I've got 7 of those kinds of templates. You can handle posts, custom fields that apply to the whole WordPress blog, custom fields that only apply to specific posts, embed video and other "repetitious" code... just fill stuff in with PHP code.

Quick question for you.

Let's say I just gave you a plugin that allowed you to drip feed your articles into your blog... upload a zip file containing a bunch of text files, each representing an article... and you could specify you want those articles to get scheduled 1 week apart, 4 days apart, 72 hours apart, and so on. You could also tell WordPress what time of day you wanted to post the articles.

Would that be worth $47 to you, to save hours and hours of work? Because that's what a couple of people are selling those plugins for.

If you went to anyone else, that would cost you $47 just for that one plugin... but with me... that's not even 1/16th of what you get!

You read right. If you have NO interest in learning WordPress plugins, I'll give you 9 plugins that do everything from regularly import multiple full RSS feeds content as blog posts... so you don't have to update your blog anymore.

Automate the call-to-actions asking people to leave comments. Show the number of posts, comments, and video available on your blog. Publish posts from your drafts if a ton of people comment (the ten comment rule!) Should I keep going?

The "WordPress Crusher" package contains those 9 plugins, plus 7 fill-in-the blank templates... 86 pages of details PDF documentation, 31 minutes of quick start "how to install all the plugins" videos... and 4.7 hours of full WordPress training so you can make any changes you want.

If any of this sounds good to you, make sure to take a look at this URL:


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