Tired of having out-of-date plugins messing up your site? Can’t get your plugin to work properly? Feels like there’s no support with the issues you have?

Let’s face it. Each time there’s an update to WordPress, you know there’s a good chance your plugins and themes might not work properly. You want to upgrade to the next version of WordPress just to stop those damn script kiddies messing with your site but dread the nightmare of updating your themes and plugins.

Trust me – updating your version of WordPress can be a painful at times!

In an ideal world, all plugins would come from a central, verified source and automagically update itself in your blog admin area. Technically, it’s do-able. In theory. But there’s nothing quite like that just at the moment. And even if there was, would you want to lose control over when you want to update your site?

Need I mention Microsoft’s automatic updates? At times, they’ve managed to mess up machines due to poor releases. And it’s all automated…

So what’s the best solution to the problem? Stay up to date and have a good archive of your plugins that you can “rollback” to if necessary.
But wouldn’t that mean you’d have to keep checking every WP Plugin Developer’s blog? Maybe…

Well, we’re working on a feed that would let you know about the latest version of our plugin through your feed reader. While it’s a great idea, not everyone checks their feed subscriptions on a daily basis – I know I don’t.

But I do check my email. And so do most people I know. Even to the point of answering emails as soon as they come in. What are your email habits?

So what could be better than getting plugins to your Inbox?

You’d only have to sign up once but know that you’ll always be sent the latest plugin from us without you having to do a thing! Apart from installing it that is!
Sign up to our FAQ-Tastic email notification and we’ll send you the latest version of the plugin.

Not only that but we’ll also send you tips on the best ways of using your plugin as well as sending you the answers to the common problems people have when they start trying to work out how to use it.


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