WordPress GDPR Plugins – General Data Protection Regulation Compliance

Learn about WordPress plugins that can help your website comply with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements for new European Union laws on data protection …

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation Compliance

WordPress GDPR Plugins - General Data Protection Regulation ComplianceAs well as making sure that your website complies with all laws and regulations governing how businesses operate online (see Is Your Website Legally Compliant?), new European Union laws on data protection require all website and webshop owners wherever they are located to comply with the European privacy regulations known as GDPR from May 25th, 2018 to avoid incurring hefty fines.

What Is The GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in European Union (EU) law on data protection and privacy for all EU individuals. It addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and aims to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data …

(Source: Wikipedia)

Taking effect from May 25, 2018, the GDPR affects businesses of all sizes that collect, process, or store data of any citizen, resident, or individual within the European Union.

GDPR compliance requires all businesses and website owners who collect any information or personal data from EU individuals (including mobile apps) to have certain things in place, including documentation (e.g. privacy notice) on the website informing visitors that their information is being collected, the type of data being collected, why it’s being collected, and how long the information is being held for.

The GDPR also requires business to take additional steps to ensure any personal data it collects is protected. This includes:

  • Setting up internal plans and policies for data collection, data storage, and data access and being prepared for potential breaches of data.
  • Providing details to users before collecting data, including full disclosure of personal information purposes and time limits.
  • Making sure that consent forms are unchecked by default and have an easy confirmation process.
  • Listing contact information of your data privacy administrator clearly on your website.
  • Providing users the ability to send inquiries regarding their information and view, edit, or delete their personal information.
  • Having a process in place for easy data deletion and for handling data deletion requests in a timely manner.
  • Having a process in place to allow people to transfer or download their information (e.g. a CSV file).

Lack of compliance with GDPR rules can lead to significant fines.

For additional information about adding legal pages to your website, see the post below:

WordPress GDPR Plugins

With new data protection laws and privacy regulations having come into effect recently,  we thought it would be useful to let you know about some WordPress plugins that can assist you with GDPR compliance.

Warning

We are not lawyers and cannot give you legal advice about how GDPR will affect your website or your business. The plugins described below will not make your website GDPR compliant, they are only tools to assist in the process. Please seek advice from competent legal experts about GDPR compliance for your business.

WP GDPR

WP GDPR

(WP GDPR)

Plugin Description

WP GDPR is a free WordPress plugin that automates the administration process of handling user requests for information about their data.

The plugin creates a page where users can request access to their personal data stored on your website and provides you with an overview of these requests in the WordPress backend.

In the backend, you can also see which plugins collect personal data and require an ‘ask for approval’ checkbox.

When users ask to view their personal data, they receive an email with a unique URL that allows them to view, update and download all comments they have posted on your site,  and request for removal of any or all comments.

Thre plugin developers also offer premium add-ons for integration with plugins that collect user data and allow users to  view, update, and download their personal data or ask for its removal.

Plugin Installation

WP GDPR installs like any WordPress plugin (need help installing plugins? See this tutorial).

To install the plugin, go to the ‘Add Plugins’ screen (Plugins > Add Plugins), and type in ‘GDPR’ in the keyword search field. Locate the WP GDPR plugin and click on ‘Install Now’ …

Install WP GDPR

(Install WP GDPR)

After the plugin has been installed, click on ‘Activate’ ….

Activate WP GDPR

(Activate WP GDPR)

After the plugin has been installed and activated, you will see a new WP GDPR menu item on your main menu …

WP GDPR menu added

(WP GDPR menu added)

We’ll go through this menu in a moment. The plugin also creates a page where users can request access to their personal data.

To view this page, go to your Pages screen, find the plugin page and click on ‘View’ …

The plugin creates a new 'GDPR request personal data' page

(The plugin creates a new ‘GDPR request personal data’ page)

You can point users to this page and they will be able to enter their email, tick a consent checkbox and submit a request for information about any personal data stored on your website …

'GDPR request personal data' page

(‘GDPR request personal data’ page)

The plugin also places a GDPR consent notice and checkbox below every post comments field …

GDPR consent notice and checkbox

(GDPR consent notice and checkbox)

Plugin Usage

When users want to access information about their data, they visit the GDPR request page and submit a request …

Users submit a request for personal data(Users submit a request for personal data)

The plugin then sends the user an email with a link where they can view what personal data has been stored on your site …

GDPR request email confirmation notice

(GDPR request email confirmation notice)

In your WordPress backend, you can see a list of data requests by clicking on the WP GDPR > List of data requests menu …

WP GDPR menu - List of data requests

(WP GDPR menu – List of data requests)

This brings up a list of all users that requested information with a status of their request …

List of user requests

(List of user requests)

The user receives an email with a link they can click on to check their personal data …

User request email

(User request email)

Clicking on the button takes the user to a page on your site where they can view data stored on your site (e.g. comments) and either send your site administrator  a delete request for any or all of the data, or download it to a CSV file …

Users can view what data is stored on your website

(Users can view what data is stored on your website)

You can view delete requests by going to the WP GDPR menu and selecting ‘List of delete requests’ …

WP GDPR menu - List of delete requests

(WP GDPR menu – List of delete requests)

This brings up a list of all delete requests. The site administrator can then delete personal data or make personal data anonymous …

List of delete requests

(List of delete requests)

To view a list of all plugins that collect personal user data, click on ‘List of plugins’ …

WP GDPR menu - List of plugins

(WP GDPR menu – List of plugins)

This brings up a list of all plugins that store user data …

List of plugins

(List of plugins)

To configure the plugin’s settings, click on ‘Settings’ …

WP GDPR menu - Settings

(WP GDPR menu – Settings)

This lets you edit the wording of comment forms and the personal data request page, hide comments, send notifications and requests to your DPO’s (Data Protection Officer) email address, etc. …

WP GDPR plugin settings

(WP GDPR plugin settings)

Useful Tip

Remember to update your Privacy Policy page and add a link to the page in your GDPR form’s privacy policy text …

Add a link to your Privacy Policy page

(Add a link to your Privacy Policy page)

Also, remember to add your GDPR page to your Legal Pages section (you can create a custom menu to do this) …

Add your GDPR page to your Legal Pages section

(Add your GDPR page to your Legal Pages section)

If you need help using the plugin, see the ‘Help’ section of the WP GDPR menu …

WP GDPR menu - Help

(WP GDPR menu – Help)

As you can see, this a useful plugin for automating and assisting the process of receiving and sending notifications about user data requests.

For more details, visit the plugin website: WP GDPR

There are other WordPress GDPR plugins you can also look at …

WP GDPR Compliance

WP GDPR Compliance

(WP GDPR Compliance)

WP GDPR Compliance is another free WordPress GDPR compliance plugin you can install that will assist website owners and online shops to comply with European provacy regulations.

Once installed, the plugin provides integrations with other plugins that collect personal data of your site users …

WP GDPR Compliance - Integrations screen

(WP GDPR Compliance – Integrations screen)

The plugin also provides a Checklist to help you assess what private data you collect on your website with useful tips on how to comply with GDPR requirements, and a Settings tab …

WP GDPR Compliance - Checklist

(WP GDPR Compliance – Checklist)

For more details, visit the plugin website here: WP GDPR Compliance

If you need more information about adding legal pages to your website or plugins you can use to add legal forms to your site, see the tutorial below:

Useful Information

Don’t assume that GDPR laws and regulations don’t apply to you if you live outside the European Union. To learn more about the GDPR and how it can affect your business, see the resources below. Once again, we strongly recommend that you seek competent legal advice from experts on this matter.

We hope you have found the above information on GDPR compliance and WordPress GDPR plugins useful.

GDPR Information & Resources

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Build A List And Generate Leads & Revenue With WordPress & Amazon

Here is a smart way to build a list and generate leads and revenue as an Amazon affiliate, using an ingenious Amazon sales and lead management plugin for WordPress …

Build A List And Generate Leads With WordPress As An Amazon Affiliate

Making money with Amazon allows you to tap into a billion dollar affiliate marketing opportunity (Amazon paid out $1.4 billion to affiliates in 2016).

In other tutorials, we explain how to monetize your digital presence with Amazon products using WordPress Amazon affiliate plugins like StreamStore and InstantAzon.

In this tutorial, we’ll focus on a smart way to build a list and generate leads and revenue with WordPress, using an ingenious Amazon sales and lead management plugin for WordPress.

Build A List And Generate Leads And Revenue With WordPress As An Amazon Affiliate

Build a list and generate leads and revenue with WordPress as an Amazon affiliate!

(Build a list and generate leads and revenue with WordPress as an Amazon affiliate!)

Whether your site is focused on getting more subscribers, turning more visitors into buyers, or selling more products online, having a monetization strategy for your WordPress site that lets you generate additional revenue by leveraging your existing efforts to drive traffic to your site and market your business online is definitely a plus.

And if this monetization method can be fully automated and generate you additional revenue while building you a list of targeted prospects in a completely hands-free way, then that’s even better.

Let’s take a look, then, at a WordPress plugin that lets you tap into an opportunity created by millions of hungry online shoppers searching for great deals and bargains online …

Instagenius – Amazon Sales And Lead Management Plugin For WordPress

Instagenius - Amazon Sales And Lead Management Plugin For WordPressInstaGenius is a hands-free Amazon sales and leads management plugin for WordPress that instantly turns your website or blog into a profitable list-building and lead capture system using intelligent tracking, email marketing, and affiliate marketing automation to tap into a vast source of potential leads and sales … window shoppers and hungry bargain hunters searching for great discounts, sales, and irresistible deals online!

This plugin lets you automate your list-building efforts and grow an email database of targeted prospects who tell you exactly what kinds of products they are looking for …

Millions of hungry online shoppers are searching for great deals online!

(Millions of hungry online shoppers are searching for great deals online!)

The plugin then tracks those items on Amazon and sends your prospects an email as soon as the item goes on sale or is offered at a bargain price, helping them save money. When they buy the product at a great price, you get an affiliate commission from Amazon.

How The InstaGenius Plugin Works

InstaGenius is a genius WordPress plugin that does the selling for you!

(InstaGenius is a genius WordPress plugin that does the selling for you!)

The plugin is very simple to set up and use. Simply install and activate the InstaGenius WordPress plugin, connect your Amazon account and autoresponder service (e.g. Aweber, GetResponse, etc.), then choose an attention-grabbing image and specify where you want it to show on your site …

Visitors looking for great deals online click on your call to action ...

(Visitors looking for great deals online click on your call to action …)

When a visitor looking for great deals and bargains online clicks on the image, a pop-up window opens up where visitors can search for items they are interested in …

Visitors search for the items they are interested in ...

(Visitors search for the items they are interested in …)

As visitors search for items they are interested in from this popup window, a range of targeted Amazon products with your affiliate ID added in are displayed and if they click on the ‘Add To Cart’ button, you’ll be cookied for all Amazon purchases made by that customer in the next 90 days.

InstaGenius creates free price alerts for your visitors

(InstaGenius creates free ‘price alerts’ for your visitors)

The real power of InstaGenius is creating free ‘price alerts’ for your visitors. The plugin offers buyers advice and invites users to subscribe to your list to receive an instant alert as soon as a discount is offered on their chosen item, saving them time and money.

When visitors click on the ‘Add To Bargain Watch List’ button, they will either be asked to subscribe to receive free price alerts if they are new to your site or the button will inform them that they are already subscribed.

Once visitors subscribe, the plugin creates a new user account on your WordPress site and automatically adds their details to your mailing list. It then goes to work for you tracking prices on their selected items, sending them price drop email alerts, and helping you to close sales automatically and hands free.

The InstaGenius plugin can monitor an unlimited number of products to an unlimited number of subscribers, delivering each subscriber exactly what they want, at a discounted price.

To see the plugin in action, watch the demo video below:

(Visit the InstaGenius website)

InstaGenius Plugin Features

InstaGenius plugin includes unique features

(InstaGenius plugin includes unique features)

InstaGenius includes a number of unique plugin features, such as:

  • Customizable Logo: Display your own logo to visitors.
  • Azon Regions: Connect multiple Amazon accounts to automatically offer a more tailored user experience (optional)
  • Buyer Advice: This helps to increase urgency and nudges users closer to a buying decision.
  • Azon Search: Product searches happen in real time with prices and details pulled directly from Amazon
  • 90 Day Cookie: Users are cookied with your affiliate ID when they click on the ‘Add to Cart’ button and are taken to Amazon.
  • Suggestions: This feature shows visitors’ most recent searches for easier niche targeting.
  • Load More: Visitors can view more items from Amazon with your affiliate ID embedded in links for their targeted search term.

To learn more about this plugin, visit the plugin site: InstaGenius

InstaGenius Plugin Benefits

InstaGenius plugin offers a number of benefits

(InstaGenius plugin provides many benefits)

Some of the benefits of using InstaGenius on your WordPress site include:

  • Easy & quick to install, set up and use. Newbie-friendly setup wizard makes everything 100% hands free.
  • 100% targeted. Generate targeted buyer leads in any niche market.
  • 100% hands-free. Build a list and generate commissions from Amazon on auto-pilot.
  • Ongoing income generation. The plugin keeps working for you days, months, and even years after visitors subscribe on your website or blog.
  • Sell more automatically. The plugin automatically does the selling for you and automatically helps you sell more.
  • No writing required. The plugin comes with pre-written customizable email templates.
  • Easy autoresponder integration. The plugin works with leading autoresponder services (Aweber, GetResponse, etc.)
  • Email follow-ups. You can choose how many follow-up emails get sent to users, select the number of products shown in follow-up emails, add shortcodes to emails for more flexibility, and all emails include unsubscribe/subscribe function for CAN-SPAM compliance.
  • Mobile responsive. The plugin works on all devices and browsers.

More information: InstaGenius

InstaGenius – Additional Information & Tips

InstaGenius includes useful bonuses to help you get started

(InstaGenius includes useful bonuses to help users get started)

The plugin developers have included two additional bonuses with the InstaGenius plugin to help users get started:

  • Genius Store Builder. This premium WordPress theme lets you easily create an Amazon, eBay, or Commission Junction store full of affiliate products in minutes, with self-optimizing product listings, social and autoresponder integration, widget ready areas, Facebook comments integration, 1-click customization, membership features and creating and sharing wishlists.
  • Genius Store Autocontent Plugin. This plugin is the key to setting up automated product listings from Amazon, Ebay and Commissions Junction and generating ‘set and forget’ income. Just install the plugin, add your affiliate details, choose the keywords you want it to search and post for you, how often you want it to find new products to post (with your affiliate links!), and let it run automatically. It includes a social share module with automated product posting to your social media accounts and features an intuitive dashboard, easy to follow instructions, and lifetime support.

Useful Tip

If you plan to use the plugin with the store builder WordPress theme, then it is recommended that you set up your Amazon affiliate store on a separate WordPress installation (learn how to install WordPress with our WordPress Installation tutorials).

A great use for the InstaGenius plugin is to add it to product review sites. If you run multiple WordPress sites targeting different niches, you can purchase an unlimited license, and if you want to setup sites for clients a Developers License is also available.

Additionally, there are no subscription costs, the plugin comes with FREE updates for life, full automation after easy 5 minute setup, and a 30-day ‘Hassle Free’ money-back guarantee.

Go here for more information about using this plugin: InstaGenius

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How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress

Learn how to add Google Analytics to WordPress to measure and track visitor behavior & other important metrics on your website with no coding skills required …

How To Add Google Analytics To WordPressGoogle Analytics is a free Google service that lets you view and analyze detailed statistical reports about your site’s traffic and traffic sources and use this information to measure and track important metrics that will help you improve your traffic and conversions.

Google Analytics

(Google Analytics)

In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to add Google Analytics to your WordPress site with no coding skills required.

How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress involves three steps:

  1. Create a Google Analytics account
  2. Add your website details to Google Analytics
  3. Add Google Analytics code to your WordPress site

Let’s go through each of these steps in more detail.

Create A Google Analytics Account

To create a Google Analytics account for your website, you will need to have a Google account set up. If you haven’t set up a Google account yet, go through the step-by-step tutorial below before continuing any further:

After you have set up your Google account, visit the Google Analytics website (https://analytics.google.com) and log in with your Google account details …

Log into Google Analytics using your Google account details

(Log into Google Analytics using your Google account details)

You will be taken to your Google Analytics dashboard …

Google Analytics dashboard

(Google Analytics dashboard)

Practical Tip

Google Analytics has a comprehensive help section that you can access for help and tutorials on how to use all features of the service …

Google Analytics Help Center

(Google Analytics Help Center)

We recommend going through the articles and tutorials to learn how to set up and use your Google Analytics account. To access the help center, go here:

Add Your Website Details To Google Analytics

After setting up your Google Analytics account, the next step is to add your website details.

Inside your Google Analytics dashboard, click on the gear icon to access your account’s ‘Admin’ settings …

Click to access Google Analytics Admin section

(Click to access Google Analytics Admin section)

In your Admin section, select Account > Property > Create new property to add your website details …

Google Analytics - Create new property

(Google Analytics – Create new property)

In the ‘New Property’ screen, enter your website details and click on ‘Get Tracking ID’ …

Add your website details

(Add your website details)

A unique ‘Tracking ID’ will be generated for your website along with additional scripts and code …

Google Analytics generates a unique Tracking ID for your website

(Google Analytics generates a unique Tracking ID for your website)

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Some WordPress themes let you add your Google Analytics tracking code directly into the theme templates …

Some WordPress themes have built-in settings for Google Analytics

(Some WordPress themes have built-in settings for Google Analytics)

If your WordPress theme has a built-in setting for adding Google Analytics, then all you need to do is log into your Google Analytics account, go to Administration > Property > Your Account > Tracking Info > Tracking Code, select and copy all of the Website Tracking code to your clipboard, then paste the code into the appropriate field inside your WordPress theme settings and click save …

Google Analytics website tracking code

(Google Analytics website tracking code)

Some WordPress themes only require adding your unique Tracking ID.

If your WordPress theme doesn’t have a built-in field for adding Google Analytics, then go through the section below to learn how to install Google Analytics into your WordPress site using a plugin.

If installing Google Analytics via the plugin shown below, you won’t even need the website tracking code, just your unique Tracking ID.

Add Google Analytics Code To WordPress

After adding your website details to Google Analytics, the next step is to install a WordPress plugin that lets you add your unique Google Analytics tracking ID to your WordPress site and begin tracking your site’s activity.

To install a WordPress plugin for Google Analytics, log into your site and go to Plugins > Add New

WordPress Plugins Menu > Add New

(WordPress Plugins Menu > Add New)

If you need help installing WordPress plugins, see this tutorial:

In the ‘Add Plugins’ screen, type ‘analytics’ into the keyword search field …

WordPress Plugins - Google Analytics

(WordPress Plugins – Google Analytics)

As you can see, there are many plugins available that you can use to install Google Analytics into your WordPress site. You can use any plugin you like, as most will work in a similar way.

For this tutorial, we’ll use a Free WordPress plugin called Google Analytics by Share This …

Google Analytics by Share This

Google Analytics by Share This

(Google Analytics by Share This)

Google Analytics by Share This is a free WordPress plugin that lets you add GA tracking code to your website without touching code or modifying any files. If you manage multiple WordPress sites, this plugin lets you choose which website you want to track from your WordPress admin dashboard. You can also disable GA tracking for specific user types, so that when you browse your own site it won’t bias your analytics.

To install this plugin from your WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins > Add Plugins and type in “analytics ShareThis” in your keyword search field.

Locate the Google Analytics by ShareThis plugin and click on ‘Install Now’ …

Google Analytics by ShareThis - Install Now

(Google Analytics by ShareThis – Install Now)

After the plugin has been installed, click ‘Activate’ …

Activate the plugin

(Activate the plugin)

After the plugin has been activated, you will see a new item on your dashboard menu called ‘Google Analytics’.

To configure the plugin’s settings, make sure that you are logged into your Google account, then inside your WordPress dashboard, go to Google Analytics > Settings

Google Analytics > Settings

(Google Analytics > Settings)

This will bring up the ‘Google Analytics – Settings’ screen

Google Analytics - Settings screen

(Google Analytics – Settings screen)

In the ‘Google Profile:’ section, click on ‘Authenticate with Google’ …

Authenticate with Google

(Authenticate with Google)

This will bring up a couple of windows: one to obtain an access code from Google Analytics, and a second window to paste the access code into WordPress.

First, select the Google account associated with your Google Analytics tracking account …

Select your Google account

(Select your Google account)

Click ‘Allow’ to give the plugin permission to access your Google Analytics data …

Allow the plugin to access your Google Analytics data

(Allow the plugin to access your Google Analytics data)

Copy the code generated by Google to your clipboard and paste it into the ‘Access Code:’ field, then click ‘Save Changes’ …

Copy and paste the access code

(Copy and paste the access code)

This will connect your Google Analytics account to your WordPress site.

Once these are connected, the ‘Google Analytics Account:’ drop-down menu in your plugin screen will display all of your Google Analytics accounts. Select the GA account you want to link to your site from the drop-down menu …

Select the Google Analytics account to link to your site

(Select the Google Analytics account to link to your site)

After selecting the account to link to your site, select any user roles you want to exclude from being tracked in your analytics and click ‘Save Changes’.

For example, tick the box next to ‘Administrator’ if you don’t want Google Analytics to count administrators logging into the site as visitors …

Exclude tracking for roles and click save

(Exclude tracking for roles and click save)

Your settings will be saved …

Google Analytics settings saved

(Google Analytics settings saved)

Congratulations … Google Analytics is now installed on your site!

How To Check Visitor Activity On Your WordPress Site

After installing and configuring your Google Analytics plugin, allow 24-48 hours for Google Analytics to gather data about your site’s visitor activity …

Allow 24-48 hours for Google Analytics data to show

(Allow 24-48 hours for Google Analytics data to show)

If you want to test your connection, log into your Google Analytics account, then go to Administration > Property > Your Site Account > Tracking Info > Tracking Code and click on Status > Send test traffic

Test your Google Analytics connection

(Test your Google Analytics connection)

After clicking the button, you will see a new window open with your test results and the Status message “Test traffic sent.”

If you can see your site in the testing window, then your connection has been established and everything should be working ok …

The connection between Google Analytics and your WordPress site has been established

(The connection between Google Analytics and your WordPress site has been established)

To access analytics data from your WordPress dashboard, log into your site and go to Google Analytics > Dashboard

Google Analytics > Dashboard

(Google Analytics > Dashboard)

This will bring up the ‘Google Analytics – Dashboard’ screen inside your WordPress admin area …

Google Analytics - Dashboard screen

(Google Analytics – Dashboard screen)

Check back in a few days and you should begin to see activity data from your site in your Google Analytics account …

Google Analytics dashboard

(Google Analytics dashboard)

And inside your WordPress site …

Access Google Analytics data inside WordPress

(Access Google Analytics data inside WordPress)

Google Analytics & WordPress – Additional Information

Here are some additional tips for using Google Analytics with WordPress:

Install The Google Analytics App

After installing and setting up Google Analytics in WordPress, we also recommend downloading and installing the Google Analytics app …

Install the Google Analytics App

(Install the Google Analytics App)

This lets you check your site’s statistics any time from your phone …

(Check your site’s stats from your phone)

For more information about using the Google Analytics App, go here:

Learn How To Use Google Analytics

The better you understand the behavior of your audience and how visitors interact with your site, the more you can improve your content marketing, your sales, and your conversions.

Knowing where visitors are coming from, how long they stay on your site, what pages they are entering and leaving from, what keywords they are searching for, what devices and browsers they are accessing your site with, etc. is valuable data.

We recommend going through the articles and tutorials in the Google Analytics Help Center to learn how to use all of the features available, online tutorials, Google Analytics videos, etc. …

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(Learning how to use Google Analytics will improve your sales and conversions)

Congratulations! Now you know how to install and integrate Google Analytics with your WordPress site.

How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress

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