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The Bespoke plugin by Presscast offers you a new way to engage your audience while monetizing your content. As an influential voice in your field, domain experts bid to be connected with your audience via the Bepoke chat plugin hosted on your site in order to answer their questions in an AMA-style (Ask Me Anything) format.

Before connecting your site with the chat feature, using the Bespoke plugin, you can enable a teaser banner on your site in order to gauge expert excitement. The banner contains a link which redirects interested visitors to the Bespoke waiting list on There, we’ll collect some information about their interest in your site and let you know about any experts that seem like a good fit.

Have fun!

Data Policies

The Bespoke plugin relies on the Presscast platform to power its functionality. The plugin sends user and post data to resulting from direct engagement with the teaser banner or Bespoke chat feature. Visitors on your site who choose to interact with the Bespoke features are subject to the policies disclosed in the Presscast privacy policy.


  • (Coming soon) Bespoke expert chatbox in action.


  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/bespoke directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. On your posts, enable the recruitment banner or wrap desired post content in bespoke_teaser shortcode, then publish to display the Bespoke teaser adornment.
  4. (Coming soon) Enable the Bespoke widget to allow visitors to your pages to connect to and chat with relevant domain experts.

Contributors & Developers

“bespoke” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Change log


  • Initial release