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How to use Hide My Site Multipass to increase your sales

Want to increase your sales?

One potential use for Hide My Site Multipass is that it allows you to send prospective clients/customers unique login passwords. You can then use this to track which clients/customers log in down the line, so that you can later follow up with these ‘hotter’ leads.

This post outlines this basic steps for how this would work.

Step 1: Send a different password to all your leads

For the sake of this example, let’s say that you want to send out five passwords to five different leads: Lead A, B, C, D, and E. To do this, you would first create five new passwords in your WordPress admin > Settings > Hide My Site > Passwords. Label the first password Lead A, the second password Lead B, and so on. This is how that would look:


Step 2: Check to see which leads log in to your site

Site logins are recorded in the log (WordPress admin > Settings > Hide My Site > Logs). Here, you can see which are the leads that followed up and visited your site.


Step 3: Follow up with leads who didn’t log in

It turns out that leads B and D are the only ones with activity on your site. Leads A, C, and E never logged in and accessed your site. Notice in the log that there was a rejected login attempt. Perhaps one of your leads was trying to access your site but was having difficulty. Consider reaching out to A, C, and E with a friendly email checking in to see if they lost your password, or otherwise had any trouble logging in to your site.

Step 4: Follow up with leads who DID log in

Because leads B and D were so busy on your site, it would be wise to follow up with them immediately: These are the ones who are likely getting ready to purchase your product.

Thanks for taking the time to follow along with this tutorial. I hope you find it helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions or other feedback in the comments.

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Author: justin saad

Justin Saad is first and foremost a husband and a father of four. He is also a web developer and designer who has been making websites for over twenty years. His company is called The Motech Network and his website is In addition to building websites, Justin makes WordPress plugins and likes writing tutorials to help others learn about various aspects of web development.

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