WP Mail Ads – Monetize your wordpress emails! (now with PLR)

Hey! did you realize that you’re leaving money on the table? If you have registrations enabled or subscribe to comments activated on your WordPress blog then that’s exactly what you’re doing!

This is my first paid plugin release and I’m putting it out there for a fantastic price. [hpl_link url="http://toolstomakemoney.com/wp-mail-ads/" tooltip="Get this at a discount" mouseover="no" effect="pulsered"]Go and see it on the site[/hpl_link]

I’ve been using it for my own personal profit for over 1 year and my launch partner convinced me to release it as a plugin so others can leverage the space in the emails that people always open, those are the WordPress generated emails that tell them there’s a new reply to their comment or for resetting their password or.. well, there are lots of plugins that cause your blog to send emails and WP Mail Ads will allow you to monetize each and every one of them!

Video Intro

Here’s a 3 minute video that gives you all the details

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baFzqe6A3tA[/youtube]

45 thoughts on “WP Mail Ads – Monetize your wordpress emails! (now with PLR)

    1. Andy

      not sure. I think in a week or two I’ll release it to beta testers and then a couple weeks after that release to the world on a limited launch

       
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  1. Terry Jett

    This is good stuff Andy, love the plugin. The boss (my wife) bought and we are rebranding it into a totally new product.

    Love the fact that you have allowed people to sell developer licenses. Since we have moved from the tired ole IM standard marketing, into the offline marketing this plugin will be a true money maker for us.

    Thanks!

    Terry
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  2. William Caleb

    Haven’t installed it yet as I am thinking of ways to use it plus I truly believe I need more traffic along with more basic reader interaction so I can have someone to actually send mssgs out to!

    You mentioned in a comment above that it produced alot of clicks…a good case study showing type pf mssg sent along with the conversion :idea:

    p.s.
    Does the plr include the ability to change product name among othrr things? I ask bacause I saw this already on Rapbank which to me is sort of like plr being that commissions are usually 100 percent except you cannot change any of the product info in order to personalize it…
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  3. Tim

    Hi Andy,

    Thanks for thinking up this great plugin!!!!! Right now I am new to blogging. I have made web sites for years, but now I am building blogs.

    How many people do you need commenting, registering, etc. to your blog before you can look for advertisers for website emails?

    Look forward to hearing from you!!!!!

    Tim
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  4. Ileane

    What a mixed bag of comments :) I wasn’t sure if some of them were related to the wp mail plugin on the next tricks and tips about commentluv premium! Either way – it’s all good.

    That Google +1 trick is the neatest thing I ever saw. Well not really, cause the fact that you have Twitter links AND GASP AND Commentluv all-in-one is a pretty darn neat trick too. Oh heck, I’m ready to buy the wp – mail plugin too at this point.

    What else are you selling?????

    LUV U!!!
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    1. Andy

      haha thanks Ileane! I guess I should have put up a special post for new commentluv comments!
      It’ll be ready soon (and a new aweber gate plugin I’ll be releasing too!)

       
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  5. Vernessa Taylor

    Hey Andy,

    I picked up the PLR version and I’ve already made my money back on it. :) I saw Terry Jett’s comment above about creating something new from it. I’ve something similar in mind, but would love if you’d add a one-liner to the the PLR docs about that permission.

    Looking forward to CommentLuv Premium. Would be happy to serve as a beta testers should you need more.
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      1. Gail Gardner

        Testing out CommentLuv using a blog that doesn’t have CommentLuv Premium installed just to see what I see.

        LOL at the animated Pssst! running across the bottom from left to right. I haven’t clicked to see what that is for yet.

        Ok on this blog I get 1 post and the options to +1 or Tweet or Like
        Why do I see Gravatars for Ileane and TrafficColeman below the Like option and above Notify me of followup comments via email?

        Ah here’s an interesting tidbit. When I clicked Google +1 I got my ten posts for ExecGifts even though I actually +1ed logged in as GrowMap – good to know.

        I’m going to try again to see what the other two functions do. (And yes, I’ll put all this feedback into the forum, too so you’ll be able to see it all easily.)

         
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        1. Gail Gardner

          Interesting..I clicked reply to my comment as GrowMap when I commented as ExecGifts and I can’t tell if it replied to that comment or not. That is something worth checking up on to make sure if a comment is moderated that a reply to it goes the right place. (Might not – haven’t ever thought to test that before and not sure what handles that? Might be WordPress.)

          Hmmm….interesting. When I clicked like while commenting as NoBogies I SAW the GrowMap Facebook page image briefly (I’m logged in as GrowMap at FB) and thought I did not get more posts to choose from because it was slower. That could be FB not the plugin or this blog.

           
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          1. Gail Gardner

            One more test to see what happens if I select the Twitter option. Wondering if it will use the Twitter username I put in the comment or the one I’m logged into.

            It used the Twitter account I’m logged into, not the one I put in the comment.

            More questions: What happens if someone puts the @ symbol in front of their Twitter username? I’m about to find out about the @ as I just added it in this comment. IF that is a problem there needs to be a way to tell people not to include the @ symbol.

            Next question: what happens if they put the entire Twitter URL in that field?

             
          2. Gail Gardner

            Good deal – @ or no @ works. Testing now to see what happens if someone uses the entire Twitter URL – especially that funky one with the #! in it.

             
    1. Andy

      I was indeed running a pre beta version but I had to change it to the latest update of the free version to make sure that it was working. I will put the pre beta back on here tomorrow with all the extra functions enabled like gasp, dfollow, keywordname etc

       
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  6. Mark

    What a great idea ! Just off the top of my head I can think of a few ways I can use this plugin. I’m going to plan the best way to apply it in my particular situation, and at such a low price it’s worth giving it a go.

     
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  7. Cheolsu

    That’s a value for value plugin for $29.00. Unfortunately, I don’t have a large readers base for any of my blogs as yet. I will surely consider this plugin once the registered users/ comments increase.
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