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Make Money Online with The Ultimate Footer Ad

written by John Chow on March 15, 2009

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I’m sure by now, you’ve noticed I’ve been testing a new footer ad script to help increase my newsletter subscription. I’ve received a lot of questions about it but didn’t want to answer until I had a few days of data to show.

The Ultimate Footer Ad was created by Graham Cox and despite what some people think, it’s not a WordPress plugin – it can work on any site. The main purpose of the footer ad is to help increase newsletter sign ups. However, the program can be used to display any type of advertising. 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.

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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, sign up 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.

My Results with The Ultimate Footer Ad

The Ultimate Footer Ad newsletter sign up rate is running at 3%, which is pretty good. However, it could be way higher. This is because I am still running the Aweber lightbox. A new reader coming to the blog would see the lightbox first and Footer Ad second. Removing the Lightbox increased the Footer Ad sign up rate to 5%. That’s within a percentage point of the lightbox!

Right now, I have the Footer Ad showing once every 10th visit. However, the interval is completely adjustable. As a matter of fact, pretty much everything in the Ultimate Footer Ad is user adjustable. Here’s a video showing the Ultimate Footer Ad in action.

Installation of the Ultimate Footer Ad is a bit more involved than installing a WordPress plugin. You have to know how to set up a database and adjust folder permissions. Don’t worry. It’s not that hard and the script includes an excellent install manual with pictures and videos.

Only $47 for John Chow dot Com Readers

Originally, Graham was going to price his program at $97. But then he realized that a lot of Internet marketers and bloggers may not be able to afford that, so he cut the price in half, to only $47. Here’s what you get.

  • The Ultimate Footer Ad script with an Unlimited Domains license and super-easy install instructions so you can have UFA up and running in minutes from now.
  • 72 Premium-Quality Graphics Templates. Pre-Installed with the script and ready for you to use straight away.
  • Lifetime Upgrades – upgrades, fixes and support for the lifetime of the product.
  • Step-by-step video tutorials showing you how to install and use Ultimate Footer Ad for maximum conversions.

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.

Graham has created a fantastic product and he backs it 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 $47 from the increased conversions, then this business isn’t for you.

Download The Ultimate Footer Ad

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