Increase Your Subscriber Base with Subscribers Magnet

MaxBlogPress, the creators of the awesome Ninja Affiliate WordPress Plugin has opened the doors to 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 as simple as 1-2-3. Just copy-paste some text into your widget, and with one or two clicks of your mouse, you’re done. You 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 visitor’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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25 thoughts on “Increase Your Subscriber Base with Subscribers Magnet”

  1. Dino Vedo says:

    You should really try it out on your blog and see if you get some good results! Its actually running on my blog as well and I think it should be working just fine!!

    1. Alex Dumitru says:

      I believe it takes the name and email from the WP comments, right ?

      1. Yes @Alex, if you see the sales page, you will found out that people that comment on your blog will leave their comments there. And the plugins will take it to the opt-in form that you leave in the website.

    2. PPC Ian says:

      Dino, good to hear it’s working for you on your blog. I’m also using Standout Comments and its helping quite a bit in my list building.

      1. Abhik says:

        @Ian, is it sending out confirmation email for feedburner subscription too?

        **sorry for the offtopic**

        1. Hi Dino,

          When did you install it? It seems that they don’t have any installation instructions or video.

          I just bought it before coming to John’s blog, sorry John.

      2. Is Standout Comments better/worse? Curious as to if one is a better deal over the other. Thanks.

  2. Aaron Torng says:

    Is there a plug-in similar to this that’s free? I’d love to mess around with this but I don’t have enough traffic right now to justify the purchase. Any suggestions?

    1. Abhik says:

      Yes, in fact, Pawan (The guy at MaxBlogPress) released a free version of this and it’s working just fine.

      http://www.maxblogpress.com/plugins/mofa/

      1. I have tested (1 week ago) the plugin that you mentioned @abhik, but it seems not working with me. Maybe need some coding but I guess the plugin is just not compatible with the other mailing system.

        1. Abhik says:

          @Shally, I used it with both Aweber and Mailchimp free account. Both worked like charm.

          I uninstalled it as it was using 3 unnecessary javascript calls and the same features can be obtained using simple html and css.

          1. Owh, then it might be my blog configuration. I’ll try to figure out what happening and will try to fix it myself before i ask them for help.

  3. Wim Bervoets says:

    Beware of the support of MaxBlogPress. I bought Ninja Affiliate plugin, but they never managed to fix two bugs I had (- en ( characters not allowed in a link), rendering it useless for my purposes.

    1. Alex Dumitru says:

      That’s good to know

    2. Abhik says:

      How is it working for you? Got any hike in subscriber count?

  4. Solar System says:

    I’m a new blogger. I always looking for new visitors and subscribers. I think this plugin will help me to get more subscribers. I’m going to by this plugin for my site.

    1. Alex Dumitru says:

      Let us know if it helps 🙂

  5. Abhik says:

    John,
    Please don’t take it wrong.
    This is indeed a nice piece of plugin and I’ll definitely love to have it on my blog. But at $97, it’s pretty overpriced as all of the features of this plugin can be obtained using some freely available plugins in wordpress plugin directory.

    What you have to do is find them and configure to use.

  6. fas says:

    Little overpriced, $47 would be cool.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      I agree the price is too high.

    2. d3so says:

      $47 does seem like a more reasonable price.

      1. I guess what is reasonable is up to you to decide.

        However, the creators and sellers say the regular price is one hundred dollars more at $147.

  7. There is no doubt about it, having a list is like having money in the bank. This tools going to make putting together a list from your current visitors much easier to accomplish.

    I have to admit $147 is a bit rich for my taste. But the $47 price tag make it a steal. Not to mention your going to make you money back on that with your new, improved list in no time.

  8. I would not prefer this plugin until I get some good reviews about it.

  9. Essays says:

    Form auto fill function is already given in most of the browsers. I don’t understand why they used the word magnet. How it is different from traditional subscription plug ins.

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