A Review of WP Search Killer
Content is the life of a website, especially when we are talking about premium content that requires paid membership before it can be seen. Such content needs protection, especially from—for a lack of better word—freeloaders that are hoping to find unsecured premium content and steal it for their own use. There are plenty of software out in the market that can take care of the content protection aspect of your business, among which is this upcoming offer from Mark Slater and company. It’s called WP Search Killer, and it will see launch in about 24 hours from the time of this writing.
This brand new product is a WordPress plugin that will protect your content from leeches that seek your download pages as well as all the private content you keep stashed at the back end of your website. Leeches can be quick and efficient at their job, especially since they are mostly logic-driven programs rather than real human beings, and this new security plugin is promised to keep them out of your site. A single site license will cost $4.95, while an unlimited site license will be available for $9.95.
Mark is launching WP Search Killer tomorrow, April 24, 2018, and this new product is set to go live by then at 6:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time. We are going to update this post with a full review of this product after it launches, so if you are one of those folks who wish to know more about this new product before you could try it our for yourself, just bookmark this page and return after the launch for our review.