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WordPress One Time Offer Plugin

one time offer plugin package


You’ve probably seen one-time-offers (OTO) in action before. Almost every major internet marketer upsells special offers that must be acted on now… or you’ll never see them again.

The OTO is a special offer that is made to a web visitor, one time only, then never seen again once they leave the page.

OTO’s can be used on sales / squeeze pages to give the first time visitor a sense of urgency to purchase, Opt-In thank you page to promote a special subscriber bonus or whatever, or even part of the order process once a visitor has committed to the purchase of a product.

Here’s what the One-Time Offer Manager WordPress plugin can do for you:

  • Create “time limited” special offers for your site visitors.
  • Add timers to your One-Time Offer pages to heighten the sense of urgency.
  • Since your customers never see your One-Time Offer after it expires, they will have to buy through your regular offer, further establishing your credibility.
  • Visitors never see the actual link to your one-time offer page, so they can’t bypass the limits you’ve set.
  • No ploys, no gimmicks, no scams, no tricks. Your customers will quickly realize that your one-time offers are the real deal and they’ll take you up on your next One-Time Offer because nobody likes to miss out!
  • Tracks user by host address (IP) and cookies! Visitors can’t just erase their cookies and get another shot because their IP is also tracked.
  • Ability to create unlimited OTO’s.
  • Use on as many domains as you please.
  • And Much Much More…

Ease of Use…

All you need to do is unzip the WP One Time Offer Plugin file containing the plugin, usage files, and videos. Upload the plugin via FTP or auto install via WordPress and activate it. Once activated, you can start creating your One Time Offers.

How-To video, Quick Start Guide, and Plugin Usage PDF files are included but basically all you need to do is:

1) Set up a sales page, or use an existing page, and choose where you want your OTO message and timer to appear.

2) Create a page where your “Offer has Expired” message will appear.

3) Go to the OTO plugin settings and configure the parameters. The OTO manager will then generate a special url that you will use to market or link to this page.

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