WP Greet Box


Have you ever seen this image to the right? Or something like it? Ever wanted to know what it is? Or how to get it?

WP Greet Box: This plugins displays a different welcome depending on the referral url. If there is no referral url you can set to display a default welcome message. This plugin is also compatible with caching plugins.

Description from plugin:

This plugin lets you show a different greeting message to your new visitors depending on their referrer url. For example, when a Digg user clicks through from Digg, they will see a message reminding them to digg your post if they like it. Another example, when a visitor clicks through from Twitter, they will see a message suggesting them to twit the post and follow you on Twitter. You can also set a default greeting message for new visitors (not matching any referrer URLs) suggesting them to subscribe to your RSS feed. Having these targeted suggestions will help your blog increase exposure, loyal readership, and reader interaction. Best of all, this plugin is compatible with WPMU and various WordPress cache plugins (so you do not have to sacrifice speed).


  • Show a different greeting message to your visitor depending on the referrer URL. You can add/edit/delete/disable these greeting messages as you choose.
  • Beautiful set of icons shipped along with the different default referrers.
  • Clickable icon in greeting messages with target=_blank option.
  • Greeting messages automatically get inserted into the top of your posts upon activation. There is no need to modify theme files.
  • Ability to auto-insert greeting message to the top or bottom of the post.
  • Greeting messages can be user closeable or not.
  • Ability to detect the visitor’s search keywords from major search engines and automatically display related posts under or above the greeting message.
  • Show a default greeting message even if the vistor does not match any of your configured referrer URL.
  • Show a default greeting message even if the visitor does not have javascript enabled.
  • Cache compatible mode makes use of AJAX to display greeting messages in the frontend. This makes WP Greet Box compatible with other caching plugins (such as WP Super Cache) and WPMU.
  • AJAX administrative interface that uses nonce verification to discourage hackers.
  • Ability to keep displaying the greeting message until after the user clicks close for the first time. After that, the greeting message will not show up for that user anymore.
  • Ability to set a timeout to forget a visitor so we do not keep nagging them with greeting messages.
  • Ablity to set rules to exclude some referrer URLs from seeing greeting messages. Regular expressions is also supported (but not required!).
  • Ultra customizeable greeting message box (with CSS) allowing you to prepend/append HTML around the greeting message box.
  • Ability to disable included CSS for manual CSS management.
  • Ability to disable included JS for manual JS management.
  • Available “greet_box_text” filter for other plugins to modify greeting message before outputting.
  • Ability to import and export all WP Greet Box Settings.
  • Currently the following referrers are installed by default, but you can easily create your own if your favorite referrer is not on the list!
    1. bing.com
    2. blinklist.com
    3. blogmarks.com
    4. del.icio.us
    5. delicious.com
    6. designrfix.com
    7. digg.com
    8. diigo.com
    9. facebook.com
    10. flickr.com
    11. friendfeed.com
    12. furl.com
    13. google.*
    14. linkedin.com
    15. ma.gnolia.com
    16. mister-wong.com
    17. myspace.com
    18. netvibes.com
    19. newsvine.com
    20. plurk.com
    21. reddit.com
    22. scoopeo.com
    23. search.live.com
    24. search.msn.com
    25. search.yahoo.com
    26. simpy.com
    27. stumbleupon.com
    28. technorati.com
    29. twitter.com
    30. webdesign-ne.ws
    31. wikio.com
    32. youtube.com

This is one of the best welcome plugins I have ever used. If you want to try it out you can download that here, for screen shots you can just look below.

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