Plugins are cool and all, but I prefer to do things without them whenever I get the chance so long as it’s not at the expense of end user experience. One thing that a lot of people like to use plugins for is to create custom login screens for users when they are doing stuff
….okay not really–but you’d have to, frankly, be pretty stupid to pay for this service. What they are offering can be completed, styled, and even tracked with a few simple steps. All you need to do this is basic HTML/CSS knowledge (VERY basic) and a Google/goo.gl/bit.ly or any other tracking service account. The process to
UPDATE: This post is really old, if you’re looking at this now you should ignore it. Gravity Forms has a much better way of doing this with “conditionals” in the native settings. Do that! One of the features Gravity Forms plans to offer in the future is redirecting to specific pages based on field submissions.
For whatever reason when people create sales pages they seem to think that Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIN share buttons will automatically know that they shouldn’t be sharing the content, thank you, or any other inner pages and should be sharing the sales/optin pages. This simply isn’t the case. Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIN have the sharing systems they create