Tag Archives: WordPress Plugins

Simon Payne

Convert Player and Video Marketing

Summary: Simon Payne is the founder of LeadPages and Convert Player. LeadPages went from just two other founders and himself to 160 employees worldwide, with over $38 million in venture capital raised and over 50000 active customers. Simon has left the company and is now challenging himself with his second venture. Main Questions Asked: What…

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thrive landing page plugin

Thrive – A Different Landing Page Plugin

Hey everyone. This is Lyndsay Phillips with Smooth Sailing Online Support and I want to share an amazing landing page plugin that works with WordPress. It’s another alternative for LeadPages, less expensive. I’m still doing some testing just to make sure it’s up to my standards before I make the switch myself from Leadpages, but…

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podcast plugin

Killer Podcast Plugin

A podcast plugin that leads to more downloads! Hi everyone, I’m Lyndsay Phillips of Smooth Sailing Online Support. I want to share with you my new, favorite plug in for podcasts, it is Simple Podcast Press. We started using it for a relatively new client of mine and his podcast downloads have increased dramatically and same…

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best wordpress plugins

7 Best WordPress Plugins For Your Website

There are thousands of plugins on the market that you can install in your WordPress site. Some are way more useful than others. How do you know which are the best WordPress plugins you should use for your site and which ones you should avoid? Well, everyone’s needs are different but you won’t go wrong…

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creating custom urls

Creating Custom URLs

Hey guys. Welcome to another episode of Smooth Sailing Online Support TV. I’m your host and captain Lyndsay Phillips, steering you through the choppy waters of fast-paced business growth. I want to talk to you about Pretty Link. It sounds really “pretty”, doesn’t it? It actually has a really great function. Sometimes with LeadPages or…

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