Last updated on May 17, 2016
Powered By Links – The Dark Side of Branding
Today messages like Popups, sidebars, hello bars etc are very important for grabbing visitors attention and converting them to customers.
Sadly however, these messages are turning out to be the main source of losing visitors, thanks to the in-app branding like logo/ powered by links that third party plugins display.
This sort of subtle branding( what plugins like to call it) might not seem to be a major threat to your visitors but eliminating them has it's own set of ADVANTAGES..
The advantages of Removing In-app Branding:
1. No advertisements by external plugins
2. Readers pay full attention to your website only
3. More traffic and conversion
4. No extra money to spend
Steps to remove Powered By Link/ Logo
Below are the steps provided to remove the branding or ‘Powered By' (paid or free) message of some of the renowned WordPress plugins and SAAS services:
Steps to disable “Powered by Optin Monster” link
Steps to disable “Powered by Sumo Me” link
Steps to hide the Sumo Me Badge
Steps to remove ‘h' watermark logo from your Hello Bar
Steps to disable “Powered by Leadpages” link
Steps to remove the “Powered by Mail Munch” link
Steps to disable “Powered by Optimonk
Steps to disable “Powered by Popup Domination”