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September 10, 2010

A Review of the PopUp Domination WordPress Plugin

The PopUp Domination WordPress Plugin is the newest, and first, plugin released by Michael Dunlop, a young online entrepreneur who blogs about making money online and generating your own wealth.

What the plugin is for

It’s for WordPress bloggers who have an email newsletter and wants to increase their subscription rate.

What it does

Once the plugin is installed and activated, it’ll pop up a subscription box whenever a person visits your site, however, you can configure how often it’s shown to the same person. Some people like to pop up the box every time someone visits your site, returning or not.

Personally I don’t like to do that, mainly because as a blogger, I have many returning visitors who like to comment on my blog and they don’t need to keep getting hit with my pop up. My preferred settings are to show the box to everyone at first and then show it to them again after 7 days.

I also prefer to wait to show the popup until after they’ve been on my site for at least 20 seconds. I do this because a really successful niche marketer told me once that’s what they’ve found works best for them. The reasoning behind it was that the people who stay longer than 5 seconds are probably interested in what you have to offer.

So why does the popup domination plugin work so well?

I’ve definitely seen an increase in subscriber rate to my newsletter since using this plugin. The plugin seems to work so well because the popup templates which you are supplied with are high quality and are visually pleasing to your visitor.

PopUp Domination Options

As of the writing of this article, the plugin has the following settings available:

* 4 different pop up templates to choose from
* Multiple options for the template and button colors
* Easy embedding of many of the popular mailing list services (MailChimp, AWeber, etc.)
* Customization of text shown on the popup
* Allows you to add quick bullet points
* Schedule how often it appears to visitors
* Advanced settings where pros can edit the template and CSS files


John Hoff has been using and blogging with WordPress since 2007. Check out how he’s customized the PopUp Domination WordPress Plugin on his blog and how he’s used it to increase the rate at which people subscribe to his newsletter.

3 Responses to “A Review of the PopUp Domination WordPress Plugin

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