Fake Notifications For Wordpress – Creating Effective Herd Effects
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Fake Notifications For Wordpress – Creating Effective Herd Effects

WordPress Plugin Fake Notifications – an effective marketing tool designed to stimulate the conversion of site visitors into customers. Create and...
Developer: Wow-Company
Version: 4.1
Updated: 6 August 2020
Status: Original
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WordPress Plugin Fake Notifications – an effective marketing tool designed to stimulate the conversion of site visitors into customers. Create and place in the required location on your website animated notifications, showing to the visitor sham activity of the registered users, like logins to the site, ordering or subscriptions, mentioning on social networks and any other activity.

Through the demonstration of notifications generated to create a “sense of queue” or “herd effect” with plugin for WordPress, the visitor receives a subconscious motivation to join the actions of other users.

Key features of the plugin:

  • create a template and configure settings of notifications display with a kind of activity to which you want to motivate the visitor – registration, purchase or order of services, distribution of publications on social networks;
  • set the variables of time, what gives the demonstrations realistic effect;
  • create an unlimited number of different types of notifications to provide a comprehensive impact on visitor;
  • select the most effective text messaging for your target audience;
  • set the notifications style and its animations so that they harmoniously are woven into the site’s design, depending on the used WordPress theme;
  • set the notifications display to registered users or all users;
  • for the sites with localization, set the display depending on the selected language.

Select the best type of impact on the user.
Use Fake Notifications for WordPress to create the effect of demand for your product or service, constant registration of new users, subscription to email-newsletter or events conducted by you. For business, in which the promotion of SMM is important, set the demonstration of mentions on social networks.
Insert the demonstration window on any place of the site via short code, generated by the plugin. This makes possible to fine-tune the shows, on separate pages or entire resource. In addition to the text, add your own icons to the notification, or use icons from a basic set of WordPress Fake Notifications.

If you consider the demonstration of a fictitious activity inadmissible, use the notifications to display useful information for the site visitors, including the real user’s activity.

For greater efficiency, use the plugin of social evidence creation for WordPress, along with other plugins, developed by our team.

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