8 Comments

  1. Ryan Ray

    Hi WP Tavern,

    I moved the email form and made it skippable. ;)

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    • Collins Agbonghama

      So glad to see you guys listen to feedbacks.

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    • Jeff Chandler

      Thanks Ryan, I’ve updated the post to add this information. There’s something about the way the form was used that rubbed me the wrong way.

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      • Ryan Ray

        That’s certainly understood, I apologize for that.

        It was actually my human error that had it at the beginning of the video and was non-skippable. It was not meant to be like that from the get go. Like my reply to Matt’s comment says it was meant to be valuable content put out there for free, and if you were interested in the next WooConf then you’d leave us your email address.

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  2. Matt Scheurich

    So it was initially removed, but now you have to add in name/email to find out the expected total revenue of WooCommerce stores…

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    • Luke Cavanagh

      Yep around the 6:10 mark it does require, name and email address to continue watching.

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    • Ryan Ray

      Hi Matt,

      I apologize for my initial reply being confusing. I moved (not removed at the moment) the fields from the beginning of the video. It’s also skippable now if you want to watch the video, but aren’t interested in the next WooConf. :)

      The balance I’m attempting to find is to have some great content available for free, but also try to ask nicely for an email address if you’re interested in what we do at WooConf.

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  3. Tradesouthwest

    So as sure as the sun will shine
    I’m gonna get my share now of what’s mine
    And then the harder they come
    The harder they’ll fall, one and all
    —Jimmy Cliff

    I can’t wait until Google starts sandboxing/demoting sites for having those “intrusive interstitials.” Nothing worse than trying to read something/anything and Bam! you get hit with a promo.

    Woo is good. Woo is big. With all the tentacles they have on the net, they have plenty of room to play around with marketing tactics. I am just glad WPTav keeps everyone on a fair playing field.

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