I have created some presentations on various topics including one on Best Practices for Personalization with IBM WebSphere Portal that I am going to post shortly to Base22.com but before I do, I just give is away, I would like to at least collect the email address of users so I can send them updates or ask if they want to schedule a discussion. Theoretically, anyone interested in using personalization with IBM WebSphere portal would be potential clients for us since that is our speciality.
To get started, I’m testing it here, on my own blog.
Step 1: Installed the plugin Email Before Download - Email Before Download presents your users with a form where they submit information, like their name and email address, prior to receiving a download. This plugin integrates with the popular Contact Form 7 and WordPress Download Monitor plugins, allowing you to create any form you like and manage/monitor your file downloads.
Step 2: Installed Contact Form 7 - Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.
Step 3: Install Download Monitor – WordPress Download Monitor Even though it is no longer supported, it still works.
Ok. So now let’s test:
I uploaded a small image for the file.