Deal of the Day – Get The Ultimate Footer Ad For $37


Graham Cox, the creator of the Ultimate Footer Ad has sent me a coupon code allowing you to get the program for only $37. The Ultimate Footer Ad is a script that helps you to increase newsletter sign ups. It can also be used to advertise whatever you want. The ad slides up from the bottom of your site and into view after a predetermined time that you set. The ad works really well because it’s almost impossible to not notice it.

While the Ultimate Footer Ad can be viewed as somewhat intrusive, it’s no where near as intrusive as the Aweber lightbox hover sign up form that takes over the entire screen. Bloggers who don’t want to run the hover box because of its intrusive nature will find the Ultimate Footer Ad to be just right. Best of all, the sign up from the Ultimate Footer Ad is almost as good as the lightbox.

You’ve heard me talk about the importance of building a mailing list. I have made over $4,000 in one day with my list. Building my newsletter list is the number one thing I work on and anything that can help me increase sign ups is going to get reviewed and tested. Here is a video of the Ultimate Footer Ad in action.

Use Coupon Code AFF37 To Get The Ultimate Footer Ad for $37

The Ultimate Footer Ad normally sells for $47 and it’s a great value at that price. However, between now and this Friday, you can get the Ultimate Footer Ad for only $37 by enter coupon code AFF37 at checkout. Alternatively, you can just click the link in this post as it has the coupon code hard coded into the URL.

Try Ultimate Footer Ad For 365 Days – Risk Free!

Ultimate Footer Ad comes with one year money back guarantee. Yep, you read that right. Download Ultimate Footer Ad and try it out for 1 full year. If your ad click rates haven’t at least doubled by then, just contact Graham for a quick, hassle-free refund, no questions asked.

The Ultimate Footer Ad is a fantastic product and is backed up with a fantastic guarantee. If you’re serious about building your list (or promoting whatever you want) you need the Ultimate Footer Ad. The price shouldn’t even be a consideration. If you can’t make way more than $37 from the increased conversions, then this business clearly isn’t for you.

Click Here To Get The Ultimate Footer Ad for $37

150 thoughts on “Deal of the Day – Get The Ultimate Footer Ad For $37”

  1. Harshad says:

    Great offer… I was waiting for a discount on this. Thanx.

    1. Sahil Kotak says:

      Yes, it’s surely a great discount on UFA.

    2. d3so says:

      I have been bombarded with amazing products today. Man I wish I had the money to purchase this.

      1. PPC Ian says:

        I already have AWeber pop up so thinking it may be too over the top to have the footer as well.

        1. Alex Dumitru says:

          The pop-up is too annoying itself and I would think seriously before installing it.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            If you think as an Internet Marketer, then you would see benefits of Pop-Up and UFA.

          2. Well the footer ads would be a better choice if you found out that the Aweber pop up ads to be annoying.

          3. Sahil Kotak says:

            They won’t annoy users too much.

          4. If a lighbox or a footer pop up like this one bugs someone enough to the point they get upset, they’re most likely not the person you want on your list anyway. Many times, obviously not all the time.

          5. That’s exactly what I’m thinking. You’re simply adding value to those that want your information.

          6. Sahil Kotak says:

            That’s rare case, I think. Isn’t it?

          7. Well, it is at the bottom at the screen, and if someone stays on your site long enough to look at the bottom of your screen, they are definitely interested in something you have.

          8. This is good if you will use this on special occasion. If you will use it on regular basis than your readers will be blind for it.

          9. Sahil Kotak says:

            It is only used for new visitors who come to first time on a site. So, I don’t think it would create much problems.

          10. Yeah.. I agree with you ZK.. They will not see it if it is there all the time. Well one example would be the Mailing List Subscription form on the sidebar.

          11. Glad that you agree with my view and opinion.

        2. Yeah, having both would be overkill, but you should always split test things to find out what has better results. I would turn off aweber for a day or two, test this, and see what gets you the best results…it may be a combo of both works.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Popup would surely get more, so if you are using this then I don’t find a need of this. As it won’t get more attention then popup.

          2. Yes pop up will get more attention. Well it wont be bugging too much if there is close button can be found on your pop up. If website with no close button on their pop up, I wont make my second visit to the site.

          3. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, I am using PopUp Dominator and it does have option of Close button. And I have used many popups and all of them have the option. So, I don’t find a problem in it.

          4. Those pop up are goo which do not pop up to same ip again and again.

      2. What else have you come across?

        1. Sahil Kotak says:

          Interesting. I would like to know that too. πŸ˜‰

    3. but even without the discount, still seems pretty reasonable.

      1. It looks like you have a conversation with yourself College Scholarships. Four comments one after another.

        It could be that the comments aren’t showing right where you’d like them to be. I know that sometimes the system doesn’t allow you to place a comment reply right where it naturally belongs.

        1. Yes …

          In that case simply start your comments with the name of the commentator like @ Emaillist

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, but we can also track the color of the comment which is been replied to.

          2. It’s funny but sometimes the comment replies can be placed where they belong. I wonder what makes the difference.

          3. Certainly reader gets confuse …

  2. Sahil Kotak says:

    Ultimate Footer Ad is awesome, I am using it already. Wasn’t this post posted earlier? I think some months ago?

    1. I’ve heard of this but aren’t using it. What’s your take? Worth the money?

      1. He wrote ‘awesome’, what else do you want to know? SY

      2. Sahil Kotak says:

        If you are in Internet Marketing and hungry for peoples e-mail you should get it. πŸ˜‰

    2. PPC Ian says:

      I don’t remember this post, first time I have seen it. But, I could be wrong.

        1. Seems this is a case of reinforce your old campaigns πŸ˜‰ SY

        2. Well yeah that post is introduction post. By the way this post is more like the offer post since they are giving it away for $37 for it..

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yah, the only difference I find in this post is price.

          2. Which proves another time that internet marketing products tend to get cheaper over time, SY

          3. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, that’s true but that don’t mean you should wait to get the price lower or you will lose the profit. πŸ˜‰

          4. Things get cheaper for a limited time usually, like in this case only till Friday.

          5. Things get cheaper when you have competition or new things and new technology arrived in the market.

            You can not count this is as cheap … because this is an offer and this is going to end soon.

          6. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, it is just a discount for limited time period.

          7. Well discount for limited time would be better. You will get more sales with that.

          8. Shally,

            This particular offer IS for a LIMITED time.

    3. Alex Dumitru says:

      It really doesn’t sound so awesome to me.

      1. Why not? Just think about which sites have lately signed up for, why and what methods they were using to get your email address. SY

        1. Yeah.. It was a great invention. While we don’t disturb the readers, we still tell them to subscribe with us. It is a good choice if you are not using aweber.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, it looks great and I just love this as well as Popup Domination.

          2. But this one is less effective compare to those which comes in front when you open the website.

    4. not sure, i know he’s reviewed tons of services though, so I’m sure a similar one has been mentioned at some point. Actually, Mitch had some killer email grabbers if I remember correctly.

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        I already gave the post URL above, did you see it?

  3. I am using PopUp Domination, way more intrusive, but I get a lot more subscribers this way.

    I have been thinking about testing a footer ad for a while, but I was a little hesitant because I didn’t think I would get as many signups with it (compared to a popup).

    1. Sahil Kotak says:

      Of course there would be more sign ups in popup but you can get notable in footer ads also.

      1. In all cases I wouldn’t use both at the same time on the same site, that would be overkill imho, SY

        1. Pop up is quite annoying to some people.. Just don’t use the pop up with paid survey that’s just so annoying since the site is not really working with the pop up.
          Just get your hand clean with a good popping up subscribing box and that would make your reader love you more..

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Most of IMers use popup just to collect mail IDs and they do give users something good freebie. So, I think users don’t hate a popup.

          2. Well if they use it in the correct way, users will love it..

    2. Do you run any adsense on that site? Do the pop ups violate any TOS? I haven’t looked into detail just yet…

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        It’s not similar to a typical popup, which can be blocked by a browser.

        1. Well the pop up looks more like a lightbox for picture, the term light box pop up is better i think. You can integrate the code in your header anytime but then Email Responder like Awaber has an easier method to implement it.

          There is some weird ads provider that let you use the lightbox pop up. But user will found it annoying. That’s why I said before user will love it if you use it in the correct way.

  4. Dan Lew says:

    Sounds great, I am currently using popup domination for a lot of my sites, but I would like to split test using this too!

    1. PPC Ian says:

      Dan, would love to hear the results of your test! Will be looking out for it on your blog.

      1. Dan Lew says:

        Hi Ian , I was going to do one next week, but now that you mentioned it, I will do one today πŸ™‚

        1. Keep us all posted, I think many of us would be interested in your results…

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            So, did you try it at last? πŸ™‚

          2. Dan … you should give your review with the relevant data and details.

    2. Hey John…

      People loving Popup Domination, you really should get involved in our relaunch man! πŸ˜€


      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        You should try mailing John your proposal. πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜›

    3. Alex Dumitru says:

      I am also curious about the results, though I’m bot a big fan of pop-ups.

    4. It would be great if you could make a review on your split test @Dan.. That will be the best benchmark to look at.

    5. Jeff Caceres says:

      I would definitely try PopUpDomination as well, just like you guys. I really need it for my Aweber, and if I have good budget I might try Footer Ads.

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        Yes, it’s always awesome to use any one of both or both if possible because they are just great.

  5. Jeff Caceres says:

    I’ve already heard about the Ultimate Footer Ad, but I haven’t tried it though. We’ll, I see there’s a lot of satisfied customers here so I think I’ll include this in my own wish list. πŸ™‚

    1. Well, someone’s ahead of the curve then πŸ˜‰

    2. Sahil Kotak says:

      It would be great to purchase it as the discount is soon going to close. πŸ˜‰

      1. Paul B says:

        Great, another contender for comment spammer of the month at John Chow. You numpties chasing the top commenter spots actually detract from the usefulness of Johns site. Of the 100+ comments on this post perhaps 6 are useful.

        How about some feedback from somebody who actually uses it?

        1. Sahil Kotak says:

          Do you actually care to share your meaning of spam? πŸ™‚

          As per the official meaning of spam – none of the people here are spamming. So, it would be best to let us (or at least me) your meaning of word spam or spamming.

          Or wait, you getting jealous? πŸ˜‰

          1. Paul B says:

            Comment Spam – Posting a meaningless comment.

            Jealous? From 2007 –

            I have a love/hate relationship with – I love Johns more personal posts about how living a dotcom lifestyle has rewarded him, I love the occasional practical useful post. I hate having to wade through mountains of comment spam, cos just occasionaly you get an absolute nugget of info amongst the a-list blogs comments.

            Seriously, I have never used this plugin, one day I might. Until that day I will never feel the need to tell people “yeah might give this a go” or “Yes, it’s always awesome to use any one of both or both if possible because they are just great.”

            In the time people have taken to climb onto a top commenters list I’ve written and ranked enough unique content to be putting an extra $xxx in my pocket every month.

        2. Well, If you read John e-Book (I think the one you get 2 years ago), he actually want us to comment more on his blog post. That means there is a discussion in the post.
          We too were doing that in our Blog. I believe you want your blog to be alive and not dead. Me too going to do the same strategy. We love the strategy and it is what John teach us.

          1. Paul B says:

            I honestly couldn’t care less how alive a website “appears” to be as long as it is generating income. πŸ™‚

          2. Oh well.. it’s on another different POV, but discussion on promotion makes the sales better.

  6. $37 and a one year money back warranty? Now that is really tempting! I will check out how customizable it is and then I might actually buy it πŸ˜‰ SY

    1. d3so says:

      Yeah, the $37 is quite the deal with the one-year guarantee. I too wonder about how customizable it is.

      1. PPC Ian says:

        I agree with you that is really cheap. Seems like an affordable way to build your list.

        1. The price and warranty is really interesting. This would be worth to buy plugins.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, it’s really worth.

          2. d3so says:

            Most people would probably forget about the warranty.

    2. Ultimate Footer Ad is very customisable. It comes with 72 premium quality built in templates but you can also create your own based very easily.

      UFA works with most autoresponders including aweber, infusionsoft, getresponse and mailchimp.

      You’ll actually receive version 3.0.4, the salespage still mentions v2 but will be updated shortly.

      Here’s just a sample of what’s new in UFA v3:

      1 – The ability to customize your optin forms including
      the submit button.

      This is very cool. I’ve included 24 new button graphics
      in v3. The button themes are ‘Download Now’, ‘Free Instant Access’ and ‘Subscribe Now’. Each button is available in 8 different colours, black, blue, green, grey, light blue, orange, red and teal.

      Just choose the one you want from the dropdown menu and UFA will automatically replace your html submit button with a slick, professional looking graphical button.

      You can also customize your optin form border colour, background colour, and border width. And if you’d rather not use a graphical submit button, you can style the html submit button too!

      You can see an example of a customised form by clicking John’s link above.

      2 – You can now specify exactly what url’s your footer ad(s) appear on. A lot of bloggers have asked for this.

      Btw, UFA is not a wordpress plugin but does work with wordpressaswell as regular static html sites. It’s just a case of copying and pasting some javascript into the footer of your webpages html
      just before the closing tag.

      3 – You can now create headlines and call to actions upto 160 characterss long and use html tags around individual words to underline, use special html characters etc.

      4 – Headlines and call to actions can be both boldened and italized just by checking a box.

      5 – More fonts to choose from including Corbel, Cambria and Lucida Console. About a dozen fonts in total are available now.

      6 – Extended countdown timer range. Create urgency for your visitors to click the foorter ad link or optin via the footer ad form by displaying a countdown timer next to the close X.

      7 – Return visitor sees Ad now extended up to 30 visits/pageviews.

      There are actually many more features in v3 but the above are probably the most commonly used ones.

      Finally, unlike some competitor footer ad solutions, UFA is a one-time fee for unlimited domain usage on domains you personally own.

      You also receive free upgrades for the lifetime of the product. We started with version 1 back in March 2009 and we’re now on v3.0.4.

      Hope the above helps but if you have any Q’s just let me know.


      Graham Cox
      Ultimate Footer Ad

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        I can say that it’s just a steal. πŸ˜‰

      2. “built in templates but you can also create your own based very easily.”

        That is the money phrase…i think you sold me πŸ™‚

        1. Sahil Kotak says:

          It’s just one feature out so many awesome ones. πŸ˜‰

      3. This is the one with the most configurable option and lots of design too. But this is from the company Point of Promotion. How about anyone that is using it? Would mind sharing? link to your review would be great too.

      4. d3so says:

        Thanks for supplying the info.

    3. Alex Dumitru says:

      Usually those guarantees are pure bullshit, so don’t be so optimistic.

      1. How do you know? Some people have to protect an online reputation to defend if they want to stay in this business, SY

        1. Yes, we are talking about long term business here so I bet the warranty is not some crap to let us pay $37.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            I agree and my experience with them says that it’s a useful tool.

  7. Offer is great but right now I don’t want to change my theme

    Thanks For Sharing

    1. John Chow says:

      You don’t need to change your theme. UFA works with any theme. It doesn’t even need WordPress. It works on any site.

    2. d3so says:

      It doesn’t change your theme, it’s just a

      1. Yeah. Why would it change your theme?

        1. It is just like you embedding some code in your WP theme. Well this plugin make the things lots more easier. I think you just need to copy paste some code from Aweber or your mailing list form code and then the plugin will do all the hard work for you.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yeah, it’s very simple and similar to any usual plugin.

          2. d3so says:

            I understant at rare times that plugins may interfere with the theme coding.

      2. It’s a script technically…

    3. Alex Dumitru says:

      It was probably just another spam comment

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        I don’t find it as ‘spam’. But, it can be as per your meaning of word spam.

  8. Karl Hadwen says:


    This is great. I’m going to decide If I want this, or PopUpDomination, or both. I’ll see how I do this month for cash!


    1. Sahil Kotak says:

      My first preference would be for PopUpDomination only.

  9. John,

    I also use PopUp Domination and the results are fantastic, I’ve used similar footer products and although they increase opt-ins it’s only slightly.

    The designs on this one look a bit better so I’ll give it a try.

    Oh and I think PopUp Domination are releasing a new version this month, so that’s something to look forward too to.


    1. Sahil Kotak says:

      Yes, PopUp Domination is very good and must have one.

  10. Abhik says:

    John, have you tested it yourself?

    1. Sahil Kotak says:

      John is using it on this blog only. πŸ˜‰

      1. Well I never saw the footer ads in John’s blog. Maybe he didn’t use it anymore or the footer ads itself has the tracker system to track the coming back readers.

        1. Sahil Kotak says:

          It comes for new visitor coming for first time probably. I noticed it 2 or 3 times hardly.

          1. I don’t think John is using it. He seems to be using a pop over.

          2. Sahil Kotak says:

            He is using this as well as popup. I have noticed this footer many times.

          3. I’ll have to keep my eyes open for it but I don’t remember seeing the footer.

          4. He was using earlier but not now.

  11. Brian says:

    If you go to, they have a free plug-in called ‘Ad Slider’ at the bottom right. It does this same slide-up effect, but I like it better cause its free and it plugs right into WP.

    1. You can’t argue with free but I would add the following caveats…

      1 – Can you remove the Powered by WebsiteDesign hyperlink in the ad?

      2 – Does it have split testing of multiple ads?

      3 – Does it have ad rotating?

      4 – Does it have a countdown timer to create urgency?

      5 – Does it allow you to specify exactly which pages of your blog or website the footer ad appears on?

      6 – Does it provide you with 72 premium quality footer ad graphics and 24 submit button graphics?

      7 – Does it allow you to prevent a footer ad from displaying if the visitor arrives at your page from a specific url?

      8 – Does it allow you fine control over how often your ads are displayed?

      9 – Does it allow you to not show an ad to a repeat visitor if they’ve already seen the ad on a previous visit, or if they’ve clicked/submitted it previously?

      Ultimate Footer Ad does all of that and more, plus free support.



      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        Hehe Graham, I would answer those questions with simple NO. πŸ˜€

        1. Thanks Graham,

          You are really going all out to give more information about the product.

          1. Sahil Kotak says:

            Yes, and the product is awesome as well.

  12. These footer ads are very effective in a way but how many people actually look at it and close it?

    1. Well people tends to look more at it since it does not move when you scroll your page or browse other page in the website. Since the screen is rather very big and the ads itself only takes 10% of your screen, people will just leave it like that. Well it’s advertising that we are talking about here.

    2. I think many people don’t even realize that closing it is an option…depending on your niche, they may just think it’s the next step to interact with your site.

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        People are not brainless, if they see a close button there then they know that by pressing that button they can close.

  13. Thanks for the post john. Now only I realize that I don’t have lots of function in my site. Well this is really a good plugins to have in the blog since it could attract more people to register to the mailing list.

    It’s a worth to try plugins some more you will get a year warranty..

    1. Jason says:

      Personally, I do not like using a footer Opt-in or a lightbox popup Opt-in box.

      I have found that I get more subscribers through my inline Opt-in form on my sidebar than through any of the other methods.

      I did have the lightbox popup from Aweber on my site, but I took it off!

      I think that the most important thing you can do to increase subscribers is to offer something for free that is of value to your readers.

      I have started offering something for free on my site that is very valuable to Internet Marketers and I have seen my Opt-ins increase dramatically.

      Instead of focusing on the quick fix, find something or create something of value for your readers and you will get the result that you desire. If you are not getting the results you want, then you need to change your approach. Offer better value!

      1. Excellent reasoning Jason, I agree, offering a better value will increase your readership easier then using a more aggressive email collecting method. I like the freebie you offer, I might just subscribe to your blog just to get it, SY

        1. Sahil Kotak says:

          Most of IMers use freebie offers only. So, every reader loves it.

      2. Interesting. I have yet offer any freebies but will do it sooner. Well I’m searching for good freebies to giveaway. And hope people will be interested in it.

  14. imKazu says:

    Am quite interested to know if this would perform better than the overlay as its less intrusive.

    1. Testing it is the only way to find out πŸ™‚

    2. I personally leave a site that uses the overlay one asap and avoid going back to it, SY

      1. I don’t think that anybody likes overlays. It’s much better to let a portion of the page show. The bigger portion of the blog page shows the better.

  15. I have been waiting for this to go on sale for sometime now, since I read your last ebook. Something else to add to my arsenal

  16. that doesn’t sound like a bad offer at all…I’m always looking to try new things with my site, and if the ad itself is customizable, I think I can def make somethings happen…

  17. After long time use of Vimeo instead of you tube.

    Interesting, I like vimeo more than you tube.

    1. First time heard of Vimeo. For now I personally prefer youtube.

  18. Ivin says:

    I think a lightbox once a day isn’t too intrusive. I don’t mind Zak’s.

  19. thanks for this i have been looking for a good footer ad

  20. Cheryl Jones says:

    I don’t know if I want to use an ad like that. I personally don’t like all the boxes that pop up so I’m thinking my subscribers would not like them either. I think I prefer a static optin box and if they want the offer, they can have it.

  21. Kate Kutny says:

    We could always “hint” to our visitors to make sure to check out the bottom of the page. They may be curious and look.
    Just an idea. I def. would like to try this out and also get Aweber. I’m looking forward in getting Aweber in near future.
    Thanks again John for a great post! Have a great day!

  22. Nice, I’ll be using this one. Thanks John!!!

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