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Hi Peter – Thanks for such a quick response.
Happy New year!
TinkAugust 9, 2011 at 3:58 am in reply to: Need to Display Product without Buy Button. Is it possible? #35330
Thank you, Amin!
That worked great! Your plugins are so versatile and so much bang for the buck. I have 5 or 6 clients using them at this time. On each website, I need to handle things differently, and each time I need to do something different, you have already planned ahead for that contingency.
Thank you so much!
TinkJuly 26, 2011 at 4:43 am in reply to: Pay Affiliate with a Gift Certificate instead of $$s? #34722
OK… so, the plugin doesn’t automatically pay out using PayPal? (just making sure that I understand here LOL)
Cool! That makes it perfect for my clients! Awesome!
Thanks, and please tell ivy I said Hi!
TinkJuly 6, 2010 at 10:16 pm in reply to: How to stop email with download link going into JUNK mail #22278
Hi JanMarie –
It is my understanding that quite often, generic email addresses, such as email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org will trigger spam filters. I recommend to my consulting clients that they use a name based email, even if they make subtle changes so that they can track things.
For instance, using SusieS@yourdomain for sales related inquiries and and SusieB@yourdomain.com for other types of business email.
That said, there are a myriad of reasons that emails are Junked. These reasons can range from trigger words in the Subject or body of the email, to the domain being on a mail server that is blocked for some reason.
If mail clients like (gmail, hotmail, yahoo etc.) decide to mark your domain name as a spam because you or the previous owner did some spam activity from this domain then there is nothing a plugin can do to help. A plugin simply tells WordPress to send the email and the email gets sent. If the email goes to the spam folder then it does indicate that your domain name may have been black listed. The reputation of your domain name solely depends on what has been done from that domain (mail servers like gmail, hotmail, yahoo has their own lists and will never listen to what anyone else has to say). Using SMPT can help sometimes (since the mail servers tend to trust emails sent over a secure channel). You can also instruct your customers to check their spam folder or instruct them to add your domain name in their white list.
I am sure that Amin and Ivy will also have suggestions. It can be a complex issue, with no clear cut solutions.
Best of luck!
Ok… Blonde here (but you already knew that ! LOL)
So, I have been looking around and I see stuff related to the Auto Upgrade feature, for instance, I see the Manage Content Protection options. (Very cool, btw)
I guess I need to know how to set up the membership levels…
Say I have a Paid Membership called Ornament Class. How would I set it up to drip new content every week for four weeks?
Thanks in advance !
Hi Ivy –
Thank you for clarifying about the membership levels
Ooops! Didn’t look at the products page….. BLONDE ATTACK!!!!!!!
Got the email. Thank you soooo much! LOLOL
Hi Ivy – Send it on! LOLOL
Let me ask for a quick clarification here… if I recall correctly, it is possible to have as many Membership types as you want?
So my client could have a membership type for each of her classes and then use a membership level for each type to drip the contents?
Took a quick look at the PDF stamper… looks pretty sweet! Good going, you guys! I am tired and headed for bed, but I didn’t see a price for the PDF stamper?
Hi guys –
Any news on the issue of Drip Content?
I am working with a client who needs Drip Content to delivered multiple classes. I have another membership plugin that will do this, but it limits her to 4 levels / classes at a time.
We will probably be using eStore for other aspects of her site, so it would be WONDERFUL to have it all integrated and not be limited by number of classes available at any one time…
I would rather use your plugin (blatant flattery and whining here….)
TinkJune 7, 2010 at 4:11 am in reply to: List of Plugins that Don't Play Nice (Conflicting Plugins) #21369
Hi Ivy –
All is well… just a bit hectic the last couple of weeksJune 6, 2010 at 1:50 pm in reply to: List of Plugins that Don't Play Nice (Conflicting Plugins) #21367
Hi Ivy –
Thanks for the info. This is a big help!
Hi Amin – I have been recovering from a hard drive wipe and Windows reinstall. The good news is the only casualty was the loss of my email archives.
I FINALLY managed to get QuickBooks up and it remained intact (that was this afternoon!) LOLOL
Also, we are in Tstorm season here and with a 100 yr old house I UNPLUG everything, so I am having LOONNGG hours with no computer or internet.
Hi – I offer some FREE products to members on one of my sites.
I set up the product with the price I would charge if I weren’t giving it away and then simply use the following Short Code to display the DL option:
Amin was nice enough to create a pretty DL option for me.
Since folks are already members, I didn’t need to take the squeeze page approach.
If you want to take a look, here is my page;
Hi Sunny – I know that Amin or Ivy will be answering your question when they login later…
I had a similar situation – offering Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual options
I simply created each one as an individual product and then put each one on the page.
Interestingly, I listed them in the order of Monthly, Quarterly,and Annual.
The Annual option is below the fold, but it is the only one that folks have signed up for.