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  1. Paul Cooley
    April 16, 2012 • 5:09 pm

    Wow! Thanks Lynn for sharing this! I look forward to testing it out. I hope things are going good for you! :)

  2. Susan
    April 16, 2012 • 5:26 pm

    I’ve been using Opt-in Crusher for a while. Works great.

  3. Trish
    April 16, 2012 • 5:52 pm

    Very cool – thanks for sharing!

    Looks great and very attention grabbing – definitely will be testing it out soon.

  4. Liz
    April 16, 2012 • 6:26 pm

    Hey Lynn,

    Thanks for this, I’ve actually been looking for this and it fell off my plate of things to do. Great timing. Thanks :-)

  5. Isha
    April 16, 2012 • 6:44 pm

    Fabulous, Lynn – thank you. I very much prefer slide-ups to pop-ups, which for some reason enrage me :-D

  6. Missy
    April 16, 2012 • 6:58 pm

    Just downloaded it but something is off, don’t know what it could be. So I sent a tweet to Daniel to see if he can take a quick look for me.

    Looks nice though, me like. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Missy

    • Lynn Terry
      April 16, 2012 • 7:03 pm

      He has a support section & troubleshooter, which would probably be better to use. What problem did you have? I was missing a footer hook, then had a CSS conflict with my other form – both of which were easy fixes.

      • Missy
        April 17, 2012 • 12:36 am

        I think it’s my theme, essentially the footer form doesn’t display correctly. It’s cut off at the bottom. Don’t know a lick of CSS though.

        • Lynn Terry
          April 18, 2012 • 10:35 am

          Is it on http://g34media.com ? If so, it didn’t load for me, so I assume you removed it. That’s what happened to me too, so I changed the image button to a regular submit.

          I changed the code in the “processed opt-in form” field at the end to: input name=”submit” type=”submit” alt=”Submit Form”

  7. Peter Lawlor
    April 16, 2012 • 6:59 pm

    Lynn,
    Do you like the OptinCrusher more than Popup domination? Do you have sites where you’ve tested both to see what works?

    Would you recommend using both on the same site? I tend to think that might be a little much.

    I must say the OptinCrusher looks great for a free plugin. Usually this level of quality requires a purchase.

  8. Brett
    April 18, 2012 • 4:12 am

    I tried the optincrusher yesterday and I must say it’s pretty cool. Had a few problems with the author info plugin that messed up optincrusher but solved it without problems.
    I recommend the plugin !

  9. Judith
    April 18, 2012 • 5:04 pm

    Hi Lynn, This is great, thanks for sharing – will test it on my site.

  10. Azam
    April 20, 2012 • 8:40 pm

    Thanks Lynn, I have craze to work with wordpress.Introduction of this plug-in is a good increment in my professional skills.

  11. Arun
    April 23, 2012 • 8:43 am

    Hi Lynn, Thanks for the cool share. I have been looking something like this for my new blog. We defiantly try this.

  12. Paul Flyer
    April 23, 2012 • 5:27 pm

    Hey! Great plugin tip!

    A few tips for others:
    1) if you are sitting there frustrated wondering why Optincrusher does not appear on your site: Make sure you have “Show When Logged In” found under General Settings set to “Yes”. Drove myself crazy with that one.
    2) If you have a problem with the Submit button floating underneath the email input box: add this to your optincrusher.css file

    #optincrusher form input[type="submit"] {
    display: block;
    float: right;
    margin: -22px !important; /* adjust as necessary to align correctly*/
    margin-left: 5px !important;
    }

    #lightbox-optinform form input[type="submit"]{

    margin-left: 155px !important;

    }
    /** This is for the lightbox button – Just remove this if lightbox button is showing correctly **/

    #lightbox-optinform form input {
    margin-left: 155px !important;
    }

    Looking forward to seeing the results…

    • Grant
      March 8, 2013 • 2:40 pm

      Hey Paul I’m having that exact problem, I added the css but no change. Any other thoughts?

      Thanks for a great post by the way Lynn

  13. Monna Ellithorpe
    April 24, 2012 • 9:54 am

    Hi Lynn,

    Thanks for this info. I saw this on another site but did not follow thru to find out the details on it. I will be testing this out on my site too.

    It seems like you always come to the rescue with something I’m needing.

    Monna

  14. Lisa
    April 24, 2012 • 9:51 pm

    Just had to say this is awesome..thanks for sharing!

  15. Dave Drew
    April 26, 2012 • 9:04 am

    It’s actually more irritating than one light box pop up, because it keeps popping up and it’s so bright that it just pulls attention away from your material. Obviously, that’s what you want, but this blue thing at the bottom is quite irritating.

    You wanted opinions, so I would suggested going to a light box pop up and only have it pop up once.

    The other thing you’ll have to consider is all of the A kissers who will say nice things just to get the backlink.

    What I’m more interested in hearing about is how your analytics have turned out these last few days. How were you affected by the new Google changes? Did you notice an increase in traffic or decrease and by how much? Would be much interested in seeing a blog post about the results you’ve gotten.

    • Lynn Terry
      May 4, 2012 • 9:30 pm

      It disappears completely if you subscribe. Just FYI.

  16. Sharyn Sheldon
    April 29, 2012 • 1:05 pm

    Finally got around to installing this on my PLR site and it was incredibly easy.

    Only thing is that now I have to create a separate thank-you page for my opt-in. Before, I was just using the standard Aweber one. The plugin says that if I want to hide the pop-up from people already subscribed, then I have to add some code to my thank-you page.

    Also, even though the plug-in recommends leaving the ‘show/hide stats’ option to ‘no’, I may put it at yes. If someone keeps hiding the bar, I’d rather leave just the little ‘special offer’ button showing. Otherwise it gets really annoying having to hide the pop-up every time you navigate to a new page.

    Now just have to figure out which pages I don’t want the bar to appear on.

    • Lynn Terry
      May 4, 2012 • 9:32 pm

      That’s actually a good thing. Customizing the opt-in process with custom pages helps you solidify your relationship with new subscribers. ;-)

  17. Mike Spearing
    May 31, 2012 • 12:53 pm

    Hi Lynn,

    Thank you for sharing this excellent plugin. To be frank I am just starting out trying to build a list and hope this can give my site the extra kickstart it needs.

    I recall that old saying by Confucius I think was the guy`s name:
    “A list of a Thousand People Starts with One Optin.” I`m sure someone will correct me on that if I am wrong :-).

    Thnank again Lynn and please keep up the great work :-).

    Best regards
    Mike Spearing

  18. Karen Cioffi
    June 1, 2012 • 8:23 am

    Hi, Lynn,

    I opted in for the OptinCrusher, but the download is password protected and there isn’t any information providing a password.

    I’d appreciate help,
    Karen

    • Kevin
      June 1, 2012 • 2:11 pm

      Once you confirm the subscription, another email containing the password will be sent to you

  19. Sandy Halliday
    March 1, 2013 • 11:57 am

    Hi Lynn,

    I just found this post on the Optin Crusher while looking for some statistics of optins for it compared to PopUp Domination as I have just installed it on my blog.

    Looks like you have taken it off now as I don’t see it sliding up in the footer. I am guessing that it did not produce the results you wanted. Would love to know the reason.

    I also just noticed that for some reason the CommentLuv is not working for me although I have left comments on other blogs recently and it worked fine. These things are sent to try us!

    Sandy


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