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WP Rapid Protect Barry Rodgers 2016 Download Page Guard Software Launched




A new download page protection service has launched that allows business owners to protect their downloads page behind an invisible wall that stops thieves accessing it and offering the URL around for free. Called WP Rapid Protect, it can be set up in seconds, and can protect from search engines that could otherwise dig around on the back end of a user–s site. The developers say that it–s completely customer friendly and works on any platform.

More information can be found on the WP Rapid Protect site at: http://letsgolook.at/WPRapidProtect

The site explains that in today–s Internet age, any business selling digital products online needs to protect their download pages. Leaving these pages unprotected means that thieves and black hatters are able to rob businesses of their potential sales. In addition to this, an unprotected page that is indexed by Google could be discovered simply though internet users searching online.

WP Rapid Protect says that most product vendors are forced to use a full membership script or plugin even for simple products. But while these membership systems can do the job, WP Rapid Protect underscores that they can also be expensive, complicated and time consuming. In addition, they aren–t always customer friendly.

The site explains that WP Rapid Protect can protect pages and posts in seconds, and that because it–s cookie based protection, customers do not need to log in to download. There is no technology that interested parties need to master before they can protect their download pages “ they simply need to add a secret key onto the end their page URL.

Interested parties visiting the WP Rapid Protection page will find a full video explanation on how to use the product. The video shows that there are only three steps to initialising the download protection. The first step is to click to say that protection is needed. The second is to set a redirect URL for people who don–t have authorisation, and the final step is to paste the generated security key onto the end of the page the user wants to protect. Once the page is updated, it will be secure. Further information is available at: http://muncheye.com/barry-rodgers-wp-rapid-protect





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