Are your users leaving your site after reading the first post? Increasing pageviews and reducing bounce rate is a big challenge for new bloggers and content publishers. Related Posts Plugins are an amazing way to keep a visitor on your site. Today we will review four Related Posts Plugins. There are quite a lot of Related Posts plugins available in the official WordPress.org plugin-directory. So finding the best plugin for your own site can be a challenge.
There are only three main Contact Form Plugins that have opportunity to save emails to DB. One of them includes all features as Contact Form and an opportunity to save emails to DB. The others are only add-ons for certain plugins.
Well, let’s begin. The plugins under analysis are as follows: Contact Form DB by Michael Simpson, Contact Form to Email by Codepeople and Contact Form to DB by BestWebSoft.
We will review this plugins only as Contact Forms with opportunity to save emails to DB. First of all let’s review the main features of these plugins.
According to Wikipedia, “A corporate website or corporate site is an informational website operated by a business or other private enterprise such as a charity or nonprofit foundation.” Thus, the key words are “informational” and “business”. As a rule, a corporate website contains the company or the site’s owner profile, a list of provided services or goods, sometimes a pricelist, the firm logo or brandmark, contact information (address, telephone, email etc.) and a feedback form.