WPTurbo Documentation

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This is the official documentation for WPTurbo – If you require support, please use the helpdesk within the customer area

WPTurbo is a premium WordPress plugin, it has some very powerfull features built-in but we have designed the user interface to be as user-friendly as possible.

Contents

  1. Installation
  2. Main Settings
  3. Module Templates
  4. Adding your first Campaign
  5. Keyword Campaigns
  6. RSS Campaigns
  7. Amazon Browsenode Campaigns
  8. Your Campaigns Overview
  9. Post Templates
  10. Logs
  11. Support

 

1. Installation

Once you have purchased the plugin you will receive your members area login details via email, login and select “My Packages” from the menu. Then click “Downloads” and download the plugin to your computer.

Select “Licenses” and copy your license key, you will need this to activate the plugin (you will also receive a seperate email with this in).

To install the plugin you have two choices, you can upload it via FTP or upload it within WordPress.

Upload via FTP

To upload via FTP you will need an FTP client, FileZilla is a good program you can use for free. Unzip the WPTurbo.zip file you downloaded from the customer area and connect to your website via FTP.

Navigate to the wp-content/plugins folder and upload the WPTurbo folder from your computer.

Upload via WordPress

To upload the plugin via WordPress, leave the wpturbo.zip as it is, login to your WordPress admin panel and go to “Plugins” > “Add New” > “Upload” and upload the file.

Activate the Plugin

Click “Activate” underneath the WPTurbo plugin, once this is done you will see a new menu item added to your sidemenu called “Wpturbo” with a “Setup” option. Click that and you will see a box to enter your license key – paste the key and hit “Activate WPTurbo” and you’re done – you are now ready to use WPTurbo.