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Win Wheel For WordPress

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Version 2.5.0 New Key Features (November 13, 2017)

NEW MailChimp integration, subscribe users to your list (single & double optin)
NEW Possibility to hide wine messages and send to e-mail instead


Win Wheel For WordPress is a visitor engagement plugin, its main purpose is to create instant win or raffle type campaigns easily. Getting new subscribers and displaying your customized win content is now a fun and easy game for your visitors, more fun means more conversions :-)

Benefits of using Win Wheel for WordPress

1. Win Wheel helps you capture a large email database, which in the long run will lead to new customers being acquired and generating new sales

2. Win Wheel creates a fun item for any promotion. More fun = more conversions.

3. Motivation to win a prize will generate massive traffic to the website

Best of all: Win Wheel runs 24/7 to generate leads to you! : D

Win Wheel is a cost effective marketing tool that any company can use, used correctly, return-on-investment can easily be honderdfold


– 8 custom slices and winning prizes (custom HTML supported)
– Collect email from visitors before they spin
– Configurable spin result
– Custom wheel graphics
– 100% server page checked

Anti-Cheat Engine

– Spin limiter based on IP, cookies, email or phone number
– Set maximum spins per. User and cooling time
– ReCAPTCHA support
– Logs all data about each spin ever

Demo is available at


Version 2.6.4:
+ Added Win probability

Version 2.5.0:
+ MailChimp integration, subscribe users to your list (single & double optin)
+ Possibility to hide wine messages and send to e-mail instead
+ Tabified configuration screen
+ Slice editor now has multiple entries
+ Small bug fixes

Version 2.0.0:
+ Collect email, name or phone number
+ View Win message in modal box

Version 1.0.0:
+ Start release


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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