First use - 100%
Features - 50%
Compatibility - 100%
Technical - 70%
Documentation - 100%
Cool Factor - 65%
The plugin is a nice niche plugin for your website. Expect to capture some leads and earn some cash through offering SEO services, but to do this you need to know your stuff but with this tool you'll be capturing leads in no time and offering a cool new area to your site.
WebReport is a premium WordPress plugin from the team at pluginstack. We’ll be reviewing a few of these plugins but immediately one thing stands out which is a really cool direction from this plugin shop is the Adobe style branding for their plugins.
Instantly recognisable as a stack of plugins and a great little selection available from them. The WebReport plugin is a simple way to embed one of those ‘how strong is your site’ type forms to your website (you can see it in action here) we’ve found it a great way to offer a little bit of different content to your website. So onto the bulk of this review.
The plugin is super super easy to setup and stat using, we got ours up and running in a matter of minutes. The settings are straight forward. It lets you choose the button styles and then which email to send leads to. Oh, did we tell you this is a really cool lead generation tool for improving your websites score.
It’s great if you’re a consultancy shop wanting to offer SEO services to people who submit their URL. You can then reach out to them with some direct sales.
The plugin may seem light on ‘options’ but the features are good and what you’d expect from a plugin like this. The plugin runs all sorts of tests on the URL you give it. These are below
- Does your site have a title for SEO
- Does it have meta (website keywords etc)
- Does it have a strong domain authority (meaning linked to a lot)
- Is it mobile responsive (if someone submits a URL with a poor score here you can sell them mobile services)
- How many pages are indexed by the search engines
- Plus much more
We’ve had no issues at all with the plugins compatibility with other plugins or themes. It returns results consistently and fits nicely with your theme due to the number of style options out of the box.
The plugin feels a bit technical but it’s really easy to use. To have this on your site you need to know how to interpret the results and act on them if people submit their URL and email to you. As such it’s a pretty niche plugin and not something we expect every website to want to use.
No problems here, the docs are written nicely and included in the download (linked to from the menu). The documentation covers all the main areas of the plugin and you shouldn’t have any issues in using it.
The plugin is pretty cool. We’ve always wanted to offer this type of solution on our site (as we review plugins and themes for WordPress) then most of the visitors we get will have websites and want to test how they rate in the usual tests. They can now do that on our site. We would have liked it to look a little cooler (the results returned are tabular and we’ve seen some really cool layouts of these types of tests now, perhaps one for a future update to the plugin)