Every year, companies, website and blog operators ask themselves the same question: What do we offer our customers and users online during Advent? The most frequent answer to this question:
An Advent calendar or an Advent competition!
But you quickly run into some challenges. The implementation of a WordPress Advent calendar is not as easy and fast as you might think.
But that changes with Adventcount – the Advent calendar plugin for WordPress.
See for yourself! Take a look at our test calendar.
The advantages of AdventCount:
- Double opt-in integration, no data transfer to third parties, data protection-compliant share buttons.
- The first Advent calendar can be set up quickly and easily – thanks to our wizard.
- Own Advent calendar statistics:
- own statistics with various key figures – so your campaign can be evaluated quickly and easily.
- Simply select from one of our included backgrounds – you can start even faster, without any Photoshop knowledge.
- Calendar doors live-editor:
- Besides choosing the shape and appearance of your Advent calendar doors, you can also arrange them quickly and easily – via drag & drop.
- Participant export:
- Export Advent calendar participants and newsletter subscribers conveniently as .cvs files.
- Winner drawing:
- Do you want to determine your winners fairly and easily? AdventCount does the work for you – and randomly selects the winner for you.
- Completely editable:
- Own background images, own door motifs, own text and link colours, own door content – no problem with adventCount.
- Time-controlled opening / closing of the calendar doors:
- Do you want your calendar doors to stay open longer than 24 hours? With AdventCount you can set the individual time for each door.
- Different forms for door content:
- Whether a quiz with several correct answers, only one correct answer or a number as the answer, everything is quickly and easily defined with AdventCount. Of course, you can also integrate all other forms of content (audio, video, graphics, etc.).
Hat in Köln und Mittweida Digital Design studiert (B.A.). Arbeitet seit 2014 für die result gmbh. In seiner Freizeit ist er als Urban-Instagrammer (@phil_sauvage) in Köln und Umgebung unterwegs. Begeisterter WordPressler.