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If you’re new to blogging then you’ve probably been overloaded with information.
- Create and format great content.
- Make sure all of your posts are optimized for SEO.
- Learn how to make your own graphics.
- Create a business account and start circulating your pins on Pinterest.
- Build an email list.
The list goes on and on (no pun intended).
With everything you have to do and learn when it comes to blogging, it’s nice to come across something that you can literally set it and forget it. That’s exactly how Post Gopher works.
What is Post Gopher?
Post Gopher is an awesome WordPress plugin that puts a button either at the top or the bottom of your post that allows readers to have the post emailed to them in PDF form.
A reader clicks on the button, enters in their name and email address, and the post is emailed to them.
Post Gopher is perfect for those longer posts that we all leave open on our phones but never get around to reading.
Since installing post gopher I have seen a 10% bump in my sign ups and it was something that took very little effort from me that my readers love. It doesn’t get much better than that.
How to Get Post Gopher
Getting Post Gopher is easy. Simply go to their site and sign up for a free 14 day trial.
Be careful because they do have one of those auto-enrolls that if you don’t cancel (not that you’ll want to!) you’ll get charged at the end of the trial period.
How to Set Up Post Gopher
After you’ve signed up for Post Gopher, download the zip file for the plugin.
Head over to your WordPress Dashboard and hover over ‘Plugins’ and then select ‘Add New’. Upload the Post Gopher File and then select ‘Activate’.
Post Gopher will then show up in your WordPress Dashboard. Simply walk through the steps and configure your buttons, opt-in box, and email.
Setting up Post Gopher is simple but I made a quick tutorial for you below just in case.
I hope you get as much out of this plugin as I have. Happy Blogging!