Month: April 2014

Attribution Copier Plugin

Update: The sale for the "Totally brilliant" Attribution Copier plugin is now live at just $10.00 until Sunday evening (27th).

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I’m very excited to be able to tell you about my WordPress plugin called Attribution Copier.

Unusually I’ve been installing this across *all* my sites.

I say unusually because there’re many plugins I have written for certain types of site I create. But this is one that is suitable across the board.


Okay, what does it do?

Well, wouldn’t it be nice if when someone swipes some content from you to use on their own site that they’d also put in a link back to your site? Yes it would.

But most people don’t do this because either they don’t know how to (the majority), or it’s too much trouble to take those extra few moments to add a link.

You can imagine the situation – I’ve done this myself. I see something on a site I know a friend would be interested in or find amusing so I select and copy the text and stick it in an email and off it goes. Sometimes I’ll put a link back to the site if there’s other stuff on there that might be of interest, but most of the time I don’t.

I would be willing to bet you’ve done the same thing at some point. And there are lots of people out there that do their research on the internet and then compile a document or presentation with copy and pasted content.

Even my children do that for their homework. 😉

Well how about if you could *make* the people who copied your content give you a link back? Not in any forced intrusive way, they would just find the link back to your site automatically embedded when they do the copy and paste.

Now *that’s* cool isn’t it?

And that’s where the Attribution Copier plugin comes in. It does automatic embedding of a tag line and link back to your site whenever anyone copies your content.


When you stop and think about this, because it’s likely that most people (the general public) don’t know how to add a link to content they’ve copied, then it’s likely that they also wouldn’t be bothered to remove it either.

And when you take curation into consideration then it gets even more interesting.

In case you didn’t know, curation is an increasingly popular method of building large sites with other people’s content that’s been copied and pasted. Many of the sites I’ve seen often don’t have links back to the source content. I don’t think this is intentional, I think it happens in haste.

(There have been times I’ve had to search for the text online in an attempt to find the original source.)

So I hope you can see how powerful and how totally useful this plugin is. 🙂

If you want to try this out then select some text from this post, copy and paste into a text document and you’ll now see there’s a link back to my blog in the text.

The sale is LIVE and will last until Sunday evening at just $10. The plugin will then rise to $27 after the sale is over.

-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood in internet business

Unique Ad Rotator Plugin

Update: The sale continues at $17.00 for the Unique Ad Rotator plugin for WordPress. Included in this sale only is a full developer (client/flipper) licence.

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For a little while longer, I’m running a Spring sale for an exciting plugin that allows you to display multiple ads in the same slot, and ALSO doubles up as a simple slider.

The plugin is called Unique Ad Rotator (UAR) and is normally ($47) on my plugin site, but while this sale runs you can pick it up at the original pre-order price – just $17.

You can see the SALES DEMO PAGE HERE, but don’t buy on that page as you’ll pay full price, get it on the link above instead.

The BIG benefit of using UAR is being able to run MANY ads in the same slot and ROTATE them instead of trying to show ALL your ads at the same time. The idea here is, let’s give our visitors time to read and think a bit eh? 😉

UAR features are:-

  • Easy to use – point and click interface
  • Short code driven – add to pages, posts and sidebars
  • 20+ javascript ad transitions
  • Supports regular ad graphics and links
  • Supports text/HTML ads
  • Multiple ad groups
  • Multiple ads per group
  • Variable transition speed by group
  • Variable ad duration by group
  • Variable size ads by group
  • Standard ad size presets built in
  • Optional custom ad sizes
  • Doubles up as a slider
  • A selection of Photoshop PSD ads provided
  • A selection of blank no-text PNGs provided
  • BONUS plugin included – Ads Manager
  • Developer (client/flipper) licence included


Here’s how it works.

First create an ad group:-



Next, insert your first ad into your group.


You’ll then see this ad group appear in your list of created groups.



Finally, copy the short code and paste it onto your blog in either a page, post or a widgetised area via a text widget.


As I said above, the BIG benefit of using UAR is being able to run many ads in the same slot.

Here’s why you might want to do this…

Have you ever been to a site where you are *deluged* with ads of all shapes and sizes? Banners here there and everywhere.

When there are too many, people become “ad blind” and don’t see any of them.

With UAR you can place just 2-3 ad slots in a region on your blog, and then have them change every 30-60 seconds.

So at the top of your blog you may decide to have one wide banner and a single sidebar ad. At the bottom you may choose to place another wide banner or maybe a couple of smaller ads.

Think about this for a moment…

These few have a MUCH better chance of being clicked and acted on than having more ads than content on your site. I mean come one, do these MADvertising sites really get many useful clicks? I think not, don’t you?

Anyway… back to your blog and a few tastefully placed ads.

After a reasonable amount of time to let the reader actually read (say 30-60 seconds), let’s swap them out with UAR.

UAR lets you replace those two ads in the top group with two other ads, and it does this with one of 20+ nice little javascript transitions.

You choose. (My favourite is the simple fade.)

The effect of this to make the reader alert to your ad and say to themselves “What was that? What happened then? What does it say?”

Where they may have been ignoring it before, suddenly they’re looking right at where the change has just taken place and reading what it says.

Effective don’t you think? 😉

UAR has some great things going for it such as it being short code driven and the ability for you to use plain text or HTML ads rather than graphics.

In fact if you combine the text with the built in Google fonts that are part of Page Template PRO, you can build some really nice looking ad spots which transition between graphics and text.

You can even use UAR as a simple slider by specifying a large custom size and then placing an image inside. (In theory you could get even more adventurous if you used the HTML option, and insert an embedded YouTube video. I’ve not tried this and it may not work, but I thought it worth a mention.)

You can see plenty of examples of the plugin in action on the regular sales page – but don’t buy from there, use the link above.

The sale for UAR at just $17 will close without notice.


-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood in internet business

Active Pop Plugin

Update: The sale for the very cool Active Pop plugin is now live at just $10.00 until midnight on Sunday 13th.

It will then rise to $12.50 until Tuesday 15th and then $15.00 until Friday 18th.

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Stop Them In Their Tracks And Get Them To Take The Action You Want

It works to capture the interest of people who are leaving your site, and then capture their name and email address.

If you compare with your own browsing habits, then quite often people will spend a short time on a site before leaving.

An often quoted figure that I can’t argue with is you have an average SEVEN seconds before someone is gone forever. In other words they land on your site, have a quick scan and they leave. (I’ve done this myself.)

If you can slow that process down and get people to stay a little longer and then take the action you want them to, then that’s a got to be a winner hasn’t it?

If you stop and think about it then it starts to get a bit scary at how many potential subscribers you may have lost just because you’re not doing anything to get them to join your mailing list.

This is your chance to fix that.

Active Pop is designed to make people pause and read that all important call to action message you have and hopefully get them to join your prospects mailing list. (And then later a buyers list.)

I intend to use it on a membership site I’m building with a friend in order to snag everyone who visits the site to at least become a subscriber.

There are a huge pile of options available in the admin panel including:-

  • Text and images
  • Colour pickers
  • Position and effects
  • Audio effects (!)
  • Control of text on buttons and fields
  • Border colour
  • Fonts and style – some VERY nice fonts built in
  • Autoresponder form or clickable button
  • Simple stats

This could be just what you need to pump some life into your mailing list. 🙂

-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood in internet business

Corner Peel Ads

Corner Peel Ads Plugin for WordPress

Personal Use Rights - $27

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Private Label Rights - $47

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Both come with PDF documentation 10 templates in PhotoShop PSD and also blank JPEG formats.

The PLR version also comes with a sales page, screen grabs, and documentation in Open Office format.

The choice is yours.

For me, one of the big points of this plugin is that unlike other page curl scripts, it uses javascript instead of Flash. This means the browser load is very light, and that’s a good thing.  🙂

There’s a short video showing exactly how the plugin works, and the documentation describes how to edit the existing templates and how to create your own.

I’m quite relaxed when it comes to PLR licencing, and so there’s no minimum price you have to sell the plugin at, in fact you can even give it away as a list builder if you wish.

You can also use it in giveaway events to list build too – that’s something you don’t often see with products of this type.

Just make sure you take the time out to rebrand it to get maximum return on your efforts – 20 minutes should do it. 🙂

-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood in internet business