Analytics and statistics tell only half the story. To understand why your site isn't performing as well as it should, you need actual feedback from real users.
Enter Total Feedback - a plug-in for WordPress that allows you to create unlimited polls that appear in small unobtrusive popup in the timing of your choosing. The poll collects feedback from your visitors so you can eliminate guesswork and know exactly what to do to improve your site.
Update: Version 1.2
Internationalization and public polling support added in version 1.2
Get invaluable feedback from your users in 5 minutes. Download your free trial version and get start now! (your data is kept after upgrading)
Requires WordPress 2.7+ - tested up to WP 3.2 and should work with future versions. A standalone version is the works!
/wp-content/plugins/directory and unzip, or open the ZIP package locally and upload the
/total-feedbackfolder into your plug-ins directory.
To make sure your poll appears on the site, you must select a position for the poll on the right hand positioning options.
Site-widewill make the poll show up on every page another poll isn't specifically set up on.
Alternatively, you can use a shortcode directly in the post / page to make the poll appear in specific pages or posts. Copy the following code and replace the poll attribute value with the number of the poll (you can see the poll number in the poll listing).
[total-feedback poll="1" inline="1"]
The inline attribute is optional and would place the poll inline inside the page or post near the place the shortcode was placed at. Otherwise it would appear in the bottom-right corner, as usual.
I've created a poll and I can't see it anywhere on the site. What do I do?
You need to make sure you set the positioning correctly for the poll and you are viewing one of the pages on the site it is set to appear at. See above help for positioning a poll.
I've set up the poll and positioned it correctly, yet I cannot see it at the page it is supposed to appear at.
If you are using a custom theme, there is a chance that WordPress built-in hooks have been omitted. Most custom themes do not change those hooks as they are important for many plug-ins, but it could happen. Please contact the original theme developer and ask them it.
The needed hooks are inserted via the wp_head() and wp_footer() functions. If the poll is set to appear on a specific post or page, the_post() function must be included as well.
Still having difficulties?
Open a ticket through your Binpress downloads center. License holding users' tickets get preferred treatment, so please be patient.
I'm a very "un-techie" kind of guy. That's why I'm a huge Apple lover, because they make things so intuitive.
Same deal goes for the Total Feedback plugin. Took just a few seconds to install and I had it live on my site in probably under 5 minutes. Including time to think about what the poll would be :)
Great stuff - highly recommended!
Very Nice i Like its appearance!
I like the fact that it's quick and easy to set up and put it to use.