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February 13, 2014 at 6:34 am #647KyleKeymaster
I just bought PRO, I can’t see where to put in Google Analytics code, I can’t see where to set a users PayPal e-mail or a Pay Now button next to them.
In fact half of the features are missing?
It is all installed properly.February 13, 2014 at 8:29 am #648
thanks for buying!
If you look at the features list, PayPal is not among them. Due to techincal issues, I have not been able to integrate in in the plugin. You can mark posts and whole authors as paid, but not through a PayPal payment. Does this clear your question out?
As for Analytics, the plugin does not act as a tracker, it only uses Analaytics data if there are any. You first need a tracker plugin that allows you to put in your accounts code in all your blog’s pages, like Yoast’s one.
I will record a video in the afternoon to show off all PRO features and how they work. However, if you want a refund, I can issue a full one.
Have a nice day,
StefanoFebruary 13, 2014 at 10:16 pm #660
Here the video I talked about, hope it helps.February 22, 2014 at 3:42 am #685KyleKeymaster
We have analytics code in all of our pages, how does this link to the plugin to pay per view?February 22, 2014 at 9:53 am #688
This is how you do it: go to the plugin Options page and look for the box named “Google Analytics Settings” (should be on the right, you may have to scroll). Authorize the plugin by following the instructions contained therein.
After that, if you want the plugin to only use visits from today on, then you are done; if you want past visits data as well, you can use the “Update Google Analytics data” feature and input the number of days in the past you would like the visits for.
Whatever choice you make, from the time the plugin is activated on, Analytics data are updated daily.
Hope this helps.February 22, 2014 at 10:03 am #690
Also, don’t forget to tick “Visits contribute to payment computation” in the Counting Settings box and, under that, to use Analytics as counting method.February 23, 2014 at 6:11 am #697KyleKeymaster
Awesome, thank you.
Is there a way to show visits on an authors stats page even if they don’t get paid for visits? I’d like to see this all in one place regardless of them being paid for visits.February 23, 2014 at 6:14 am #698KyleKeymaster
Update: Getting this message when trying to submit for last 30 days of visit data
Error: could not update Google Analytics visits records.February 23, 2014 at 9:30 am #699
As of now, if a counting type is disabled, its column doesn’t show up in the stats table.
Could you please enable WP_Debug and see if any errors show up while requesting past visits data? (I am leaving for holiday today, so expect me to be less quick in replying)February 25, 2014 at 4:20 pm #707KyleKeymaster
I now have this working.
I have 2 more requests:
1. Is it possible for a stats page for an author to display all of their posts and how much they are due?
2. Is it possible to only pay for views for a certain time frame?
I ask this because:
1. We only pay authors by views OR by words. We want authors to see what they are due, but they do not have the sidebar option for Post Pay Counter.
2. We only pay our writers for the first 30 days of views that they accumulate after posting it, so we only want the counter to track how many visits they get in the first 30 days of posting it.
If you are able to do this for me, and you require money, please get in touch as I would be open for discussion as we need this functionality.February 25, 2014 at 6:54 pm #708
Glad you made it!
1) you can easily do that by going to the stats page of an author and selecting a starting time which coincides with the opening of your blog. Do you need a public page or something different from the standard approach?
2) you can set an upper bound on the number of visits that will be paid, but not stop the counting after a certain time. I can add the feature for you for little money as long as it is not too urgent (as I said, on holiday right now) and it is fine for you that the feature will be shipped to all users when it will be available. Let me know know this.
I hope I have covered all your questions, feel free to ask more.February 27, 2014 at 5:03 am #711KyleKeymaster
1. We want authors and contributors to be able to see their own stats in list format for their posts (similar to when clicking on an author in the admin part of post pay counter stats)
2. Yes we want to stop it after a certain time and will pay.
What is your e-mail address to discuss further on?February 27, 2014 at 10:07 am #712
1) The stats page can be made visible to any user role you want, maybe setting permissions as to prevent users from seeing anything but their own stats. Would this work?
2) That’s ok, you can reach me through the contact form.February 28, 2014 at 5:53 pm #713KyleKeymaster
1. Yeah, we basically want our contributors to see a page which lists their posts and how much they’ve earnt, similar to an admin clicking on a writers name. This is quite urgent as contributors cant edit posts in wordpress, meaning they cant see the widget on the right.
2. I will contact you now.
3. Posting this for the public to see – how often does Google Analytics update into the plugin? A few of my new writers are sitting on $0 but I know they’ve been getting traffic?February 28, 2014 at 8:33 pm #714
1) and they can’t access administration, can they? What about using the shortcode?
3) it should update every day (the precise time depends on your site). If it isn’t please post your system info from the plugin.March 17, 2014 at 4:51 pm #833
The just released version 1.2 allows to stop the visit counter after a certain number of days 🙂
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