WordPress Demo Builder Plugin Highlights
To proceed with building your first product demo you may follow the detailed guide on how to use WordPress Demo Builder plugin guide on MotoPress blog.
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Take full control over your product by using WordPress Demo Builder Plugin features:
Tuneable Demo Lifetime
Definite what amount of time is enough for testing your WordPress products on the backend and easily set a demo lifetime.
Each new demo user will be able to use a personal demo website (sandbox) during this time. You should not worry about any permanent unused data on the server as upon the account expiration date all modifications will be automatically cleaned up.
All expired accounts will be automatically cleaned up.
Every account confirmation email by default contains information about a demo lifetime, so all sandbox owners are aware that after some period of time their accounts will be deactivated. It means you should not receive any complaints on demo data loss.
Isolated Sandboxes in WordPress Demonstration
Create the WP admin demo access for your prospects to showcase your theme or plugin. Each demo user gets their personal accounts (sandboxes), which are insensitive to the changes other users apply.
All backend tweaks stay intact till the end of a trial period. When a demo lifetime is finished, all sandbox data is permanently deleted.
User Roles and Restrictions
It’s not necessary to provide sandboxes with access to all tools and pages of a WordPress demo product. As a network administrator, you can restrict access to all needed pages by managing user roles of sandboxes.
For example, you may either block access to all posts or to just some chosen ones.
Why not let the users of demo accounts know more about your other products?
With the WordPress Demo Site plugin, you may optionally set a responsive toolbar right in the demo dashboard to feature the list of related products and show your logo. This tool is especially useful for presenting WordPress themes and plugins, so the user can quickly switch the products and preview or test each.
MailChimp is a well-known email marketing service. It was implemented into the plugin to help you collect the addresses of your users and keep them posted with your latest news even after their accounts are no longer in use. That’s a great way to help you transform a casual user into a client.
You may also group your potential users by interests to achieve better results.
Easy Management of Created Demos
There is a flexible set of tools within the plugin settings to easily manage all demo accounts. Each network administrator has control over created demos: to view, modify and delete them. Moreover, by visiting user accounts you can view and analyze what are the most tested tools/features of your WordPress products.
Statistics in WordPress Demo Builder
With the WordPress Demonstration plugin you get access to a detailed statistic on created and activated demos during a chosen period of time.
The data presented in a table also shows a number of demos that were already deleted from the database. Statistics information is a great resource to analyze how many users are actually interested in installing/buying your WordPress products during a certain period of time.
Nobody likes spam.
Secure account confirmation by email will free you from spam attacks maximum simplifying the demo accounts management process. A new sandbox is created only in case the confirmation link is clicked ensuring that you’ll deal with real people only.
We are happy to see that many WordPress developers choose our plugin. Take a look at their real-life websites using Demo Builder.
Here is also an awesome detailed video review by David Waumsley on how to work with our WordPress demo-builder plugin.