Intro to the Hustle Marketing plugin for WordPress

Website marketing can consume large amounts of time and effort. If you are using WordPress, there are many tools for managing your campaigns. With over 80,000 active installs, the Hustle plugin is one of the most popular and commonly used marketing tools. 

Promote a new product or service and track the conversions all from your WordPress Dashboard. Encourage social media shares with easy to add prompts or quickly embed ads on a Page or Post.

So, keep reading and learn about the things you can do with the WordPress Hustle plugin then, we’ll show you how to install it so you can begin marketing to website visitors.

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What can I do with the Hustle Plugin?

Catch the eye of your visitors with a pop-up or slide-in message. Embed an advertisement on a page for an upcoming event. You can even urge customers to share your content on social media with a prompt. All this can be easily set up on your WordPress site with the Hustle plugin. Here is a list of the things you can create:

  • Pop-ups
  • Slide-ins
  • Embeds
  • Social Shares

Now that you are familiar with what you can accomplish with the Hustle plugin, you probably want to get started. Follow along and we’ll show you how to install it. 

How to install the Hustle plugin

  1. Log into your WordPress Dashboard.
  2. Click Plugins then Add New.
  3. Type ‘hustle’ in the search field.
  4. You will see the Hustle plugin by WPMU Dev listed. Click the Install Now button.
  5. Once it has been installed, click the Activate button.

Now, that you are familiar with the Hustle plugin for WordPress, you can begin building a marketing campaign on your website. In the next guide, we will show you how to create a WordPress pop-up using the Hustle plugin.

John-Paul Briones Content Writer II

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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