[Hot Deal] Get MBP Subscribers Magnet for 30% Off

MaxBlogPress, the creators of the awesome Ninja Affiliate WordPress Plugin is having a sale on their newest hot-selling plugin, Subscribers Magnet.

Subscribers Magnet is a WordPress plugin that helps to build your mailing list subscriptions. The best part is that you don’t need to get any additional traffic; this plugin works wonders at the current level of your traffic. Obviously, if you’re only getting one or two visitors a day to your blog, the program won’t work for you; but if you’re getting 10, 50 or more visits a day, you should see a double or triple increase in subscribers.

Using the plugin is extremely easy. Just copy-paste some text into your widget, or the part of your blog template where you want Subscribers Magnet to appear, and you’re done. You’ll have professionally-looking subscription windows “instantly” appearing either on your sidebar, at the top, in the footer, in the blog post itself, or a combination of these.

Unlike the “old style” opt-in forms, with Subscribers Magnet, your visitorโ€™s name and email address will be automatically filled in the form. All they need to do is click the submit button. This will dramatically increase the number of subscribers. You can check out all the features at the Subscribers Magnet sales page.

Get Subscribers Magnet for 30% Off

Subscribers Magnet normally sells for $147. However, if you order before midnight Friday, you can buy it for only $97. Subscribers Magnet is covered by a 60-days “double your email subscription rate, or your money back!” guarantee and if you’re not fully satisfied with my purchase, MaxBlogPress will issue you a full refund, no questions asked.

Subscribers Magnet

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59 thoughts on “[Hot Deal] Get MBP Subscribers Magnet for 30% Off”

    1. I agree

      I just love there plugin, i use their strip ads plugin on my blog and this one also seems very promising.

      I will surely have a look at this one

      1. he is simply awesome and such kind of plugin will multiple your investment easily.

        1. Ditto

          Im also on the same page

      2. ikki says:

        im agree with you

    2. Yes that’s right! I always love MaxBlogPress product. it’s really awesome

      1. PPC Ian says:

        I just purchased Ninja Affiliate and am really happy with it. Perhaps I’ll give this one a try. Anyone had success with it?

        1. can i have a review Ian? Because stuff coming from maxblog press always delivers.

    3. Abhik says:

      $97 after 30% discount.. Not sure if it’s worth the price.

  1. Dino Vedo says:

    How come your not using it on your blog John?

    1. Interesting, that link is not working for me in FF on an iMac.

      1. I finally got it working, but don’t understand how it grabs your name and email address. Do visitors have to comment on your blog first to get it to work?

        1. I suppose the same way as your comment section auto fills on wordpress blogs. If you clear your browser history it will not show up.

          //Alexander.

        2. Ya, this is what I’m wondering too. Once people have already joined my list, there’s not really an advantage to having their name & email address show up there when they come back.

          1. That’s a really good point Josh. In addition to that I’m not sure if people will like their email showing up like that, they may wonder about why and how it got there.

            I’ve seen people forget that they subscribed already.

        3. internetsalsa says:

          as far as I understand, user have to comment first. I guess it will capture the IP address.
          If I am right then I am not sure if it will work if the user visits the site from different computer (or from diff ip address)

    2. John Chow says:

      I have it. I just haven’t activated it yet. I need UBD to help me integrate it into my design.

      1. I hope you wont use that pop up, I hate those. =)
        Hope it works well for you, be sure to tell us about your success with it!

        //Alexander.

        1. PPC Ian says:

          Yeah, id be curious to learn more about how it works for you, John. By the way, UBD rocks!

          1. Hey John,

            I think I heard about this a few months ago. Is it a newer version? I may even have it but like you didn’t install it.

            MBP Subscribers Magnet, right, already have it. I can’t wait to see it on your blog. That will help me to install it.

      2. Abhik says:

        Why they are not doing it?
        I guess high traffic blogs like your do not need this plugin.

    3. Because he already has a form on the sidebar, that’s why i guess

      1. He doesn’t have to use everything he blogs about even though this is a good idea.

  2. fas says:

    Oh so integration issues?

    1. John Chow says:

      Integration is very easy. Making it match the look and feel of my blog’s template is the more custom part. ๐Ÿ™‚ However, for most blog, the default install should be find. I’m just being anal about it. lol

      1. I don’t think that you are being too picky about it. If it’s not well integrated it won’t do the maximum job it’s capable of.

        I wonder how much UBD would charge to do it for me too.

        1. Abhik says:

          Most of the design companies will do it for free..

          I haven’t used this plugin, but I am sure customizing it won’t be hard.

  3. I tried it a while back when it first came out, but it didn’t play nice with my other plugins to say the least. (OIO Publisher if I remember correctly)

    Sounds like if they have to “integrate” it into yours you might be having issues also.
    Hmm, now that I think about it, that was before I switched to Genesis Framework, maybe it would work now.

    Hope your well John, you miss Van?

    1. Yea, you do have to watch out for plug in conflict when you start using a lot.

      1. my problem is I’ll install and forget to check the rest of my site to make sure it’s all still running smoothly.

        Just tried using wp-minify and had the same thing (Took OIO right out of the site) LOL

  4. This looks really really good

    Another Nice plugin by MaxBlogPress.

    Keep up the good work guys

  5. I have been using maxblogpress software for years love what they do and focused on making quality plugins for us affiliates.

  6. It sounds awesome even though it costs a lot according to me. But I suppose t’s really worth it if you got many visitors to your blog. It has everything you need to maximize the amount of subscribers.

    Though, I’m a little bit concerned of how it works with all wordpress themes. It would be sad if you have a great theme, but the addon does not work properly with it.

    //Alexander.

    1. I think you can customized the form

      Without it i dont think it will look good on custom themes

  7. elie palima says:

    how come you’re not using this??

    1. Well he dont have to use all of the plugins he reviews

      And he already have a form on his blogs sidebar if you can see

      1. elie palima says:

        lol. bro. I was only asking a question. there’s no need to sound too serious answering it. well, if you go here he says UBD is currently integrating it with his blog design. I failed to read it at first. obviously, you did too. :p

  8. Mike says:

    Does this work with Aweber and with a Blogger blog?

    1. Hi Mike it’s can be use on blogger blog also.

      1. I mean aweber, not a Max plugin

  9. Its a wordpress blog bro not a Blogger blog

    And yes john uses aweber for his subscribers

  10. Nisha Stephy says:

    I’m a newbie who has tried many other PopUp subscription forms, but with no results. Would you still recommend it to me? I’ve 200-300 UV per day on average, trying to make it 1K per day though…

    Nisha

  11. PPC Ian says:

    Seems like a great plugin! You can never collect enough email addresses! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. That is true, but you should only collect targeted email adresses. Mainly because the bigger list you have, the more it costs per month with services such as aweber.

  12. I absolutely agree, the Max Blog Press plug ins are awesome. The opt in box plug in makes it so easy to put an html box right in the middle of your blog post. Pretty cool and luckily enough I don’t have any tech issues.

  13. internetsalsa says:

    the other way to catch attention is to put some picture that grabs attention next to the form.
    people used to do that with google ads (publishers used to put some pictures next to google ads) but later google became strict with such users. That was against their TOS.
    But putting picture next to the form is absolutely fine.

  14. fas says:

    It does not work that well coz people dont notice it much.

  15. I know its a awesome plugin. Thanks for article.

  16. Why are you promoting a product that you don’t use?

    1. John Chow says:

      I use it on other blogs. I just haven’t turn it on here but I will.

    2. you are being a bit hard on john. Yes, it’s better to promote a product you have personally used but there are so many products out there that you can’t try them all. As long as it has positive reviews and it’s a quality product, you can promote it but it’s hard to really know on launches.

  17. Neon SRT4 says:

    This is Another Hot Deal John. Thanks for Sharing.

  18. I’m opening a new window to order it now!

  19. ibnujusup says:

    godd features , is really expensive..where is open source when we need it.. ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Thanks for the Coupon Roi. Your posts are excellent.

  21. This is Awesome. This kind of plugins will make our investment double.

  22. really good plugin , will see if it will prove its cost

  23. singer divya says:

    would it be available for free domain.

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