WP Fan Pro

by Allen Bogdanoff

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Wp fan pro

WP Fan Pro

Jason Fladlien’s latest product is called WP Fan Pro, and it’s a WordPress theme that allows you to point-and-click to create professional WordPress fan pages. I don’t know about you, but to me it seems like everybody and their uncle is coming out with a Facebook fan page creation type product these days. WP Fan Pro stands out from the others, and I’ll go over why in this blog post.

Jason Fladlien’s products are generally speaking quite good (those of you that have tried some of his other well known WordPress products like S3Flowshield and WP Twin know what I am talking about).  I expect that WP Fan Pro probably combines ease-of-use and features in a way that makes creating Facebook Fan pages both painless and fast, and delivers a professional looking product. Thankfully, WP Fan Pro delivers on all counts.

To begin with, WP Fan Pro sports a point-and-click interface that allows you to quickly and easily change all of the important options for your Facebook fan page. You can change the navigation, you can point and click colors, and you can use drop-down menus. With a few clicks of the mouse, WP Fan Pro allows you to completely change the look of your Facebook fan page.

WP Fan Pro also supports aWeber integration so you can add opt in boxes to your fan page anywhere you’d like. You can even set it up so that in order for someone to see what’s inside your fan page, first they have to opt in. Although WP Fan Pro works best with aWeber, it will also work with almost any of the popular auto responders that are in use.

Besides aWeber, WP Fan Pro also integrates with PayPal. All you have to do is add your PayPal e-mail address in the options panel, and then you will be able to add a pay-with-PayPal button anywhere you need inside your Facebook fan page. It doesn’t get much easier than that. Using WP Fan Pro with its built in PayPal integration, you will be old to set up an online store in just a few minutes.

And that’s the next feature of WP Fan Pro that I was going to mention, the fact that it allows you to set up an online store with product images, prices, descriptions, and a PayPal purchase button, extremely easily and quickly. Without getting into too much detail, WP Fan Pro allows you to add each product as a post and includes places for the price, image, description, as well as other important information. When you combine that with the built in PayPal integration, you have a online store that is practically built for you. The best way to understand how this works is to check out the video at the bottom, where Jason Fladlien builds an online store using WP Fan Pro in just a few minutes.

In addition to the online store, WP Fan Pro also comes with four different squeezed page templates included. The squeeze pages are very professional looking, and WP Fan Pro will walk you through the process of setting one up. Once again, point and click simple. The included templates also include video squeeze pages, and of course the opt-in boxes are all integrated with aWeber or whatever autoresponder that you might be using.

I might have forgotten to mention it, but WP Fan Pro also includes a shopping cart within WordPress. There’s just so much that WP Fan Pro does that it’s easy to overlook a feature or two.

Another neat trick that has become very popular within WordPress, and WP Fan Pro has that available if you’d like to use it as well. What I’m talking about here, is where in order for someone to see the content of your fan page, first they must click the like button. WP Fan Pro accomplishes this by showing one webpage, usually an opt-in box with a video, to someone who hasn’t liked your Facebook fan page yet. And showing yet another page, usually whatever fan page website that you’ve created, to anyone who has already liked your fan page. Pretty cool, and of course WP Fan Pro lets you do it.

It seems like a lot for one theme to do, and it is, but WP Fan Pro manages to make it simple and uncomplicated. Quite literally minutes after you have installed the theme, you can have a basic fan page up and running by using the templates that WP Fan Pro includes. And by using the options panel you can then continue to improve and develop your Facebook fan page as much as you desire, using the tools that WP Fan Pro gives you.  You can read more about it at the official page here.

And of course, you get the standard 30 day Jason Fladlien moneyback guarantee with WP Fan Pro, just like you do with all his other products. And if you do decide to keep it, you can rest assured knowing that you will always be able to get support and help anytime you need it. Another nice thing about WP Fan Pro is that it is a one time only purchase, none of that monthly subscriptions business that is so popular these days.

Be sure to check out the video below where Jason Fladlien runs WP Fan Pro through its paces:

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WP Fan Pro