Widgets In It New Subscriber Weekend Sale

22 September 2011

This is a special sale for new subscribers only.

The Widgets In It plugin allows you to put ANY widget in ANY post or page.

It’s perfect for directly monetising your blog posts by allowing you to automatically place a widgetised ad INSIDE your posts and pages where people are reading, rather than having to rely on only being able to place your ads in the sidebar.

As it’s best used with the Ads Manager plugin, I’m going to include that as a free bonus too in case you don’t already have it.

Between them, this gives you an incredible amount of control over *where* your ads are placed and *who* sees them on *which* pages.

The reason for this sale is I’ve had a few people write to me in the last month asking where they could get it from as I’d removed it from the market prior to offical release.  They saw it in action in a video I did for a theme and realised how damn useful it is and immediately wanted it.

Now I ran what was supposed to be a final pre-launch sale for this at the beginning of June, but since then there’s been a lot more people subscribed to my mailing lists, and this sale is just for you if you’re new here.

So this weekend I’m having a REALLY final pre-launch sale for it before placing it officially on its own page at full price.  ;-)

The sale price for Widgets In It starts tomorrow Friday 23rd at 6.00pm for just $10.00 and includes Ads Manager as a free bonus.  When the sale is over, it will be placed on its own page at a full price of $27.

Save yourself a wodge of money and get it for just $10 tomorrow.

-Frank Haywood

P.S.  Don’t forget this is the last 24 hours for the OutVeo deep discount at only $17:-

http://www.frankhaywood.com/outveo/

Don’t miss it.

42 Responses to “Widgets In It New Subscriber Weekend Sale”

  1. Chuck says:

    Hi Frank,
    I have a question. I have your PG-contextual-widgets which I got in that 5 in 1 pack. Could you please tell me if it’s the same? If it is not, what exactly is different between them?

    Also, is there a way to manually add it on to posts/pages of my choice rather than going for all posts/pages for example using some kind of shortcode/php or something?

    Thanks a bunch!
    Chuck

    P.S. I probably have all your plugins :) and love ‘em

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Chuck,

      Thanks for that, and I hope you enjoy these plugins as much as me. I have them all created for myself out of my own requirements. ;-)

      No, Contextual Widgets is a different beast that adds contexts to all your widgets which govern where on your blog they’ll display.

      But Widgets In It will allow you to place widgets actually INSIDE your posts and pages. That means you’re no longer restricted to only being able to place widgets in your sidebars and you can now add them inside your articles.

      Imagine you were running a blog and monetising it with Amazon and you were using an Amazon plugin/widget, or you’d inserted Amazon embed code into a text widget. Instead of only being able to add the widget to the sidebar, you can now put it in the post where people are reading. ;-)

      And it works just the way you’ve suggested. You don’t have to insert it into every post and page, you get to insert it only in those posts and pages you want it to appear. And you can add different widgets to different posts, they don’t all have to be the same. Cool huh? ;-)

      Have a quick look at the video, it explains exactly how Widgets In It works, and also how it interacts with Ads Manager too.

      -Frank

  2. Julia says:

    I want this! Will that be 6 pm Eastern time in the United States?

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Julia,

      D’oh! You know what? I’m always really careful to say GMT except for this one occasion. I think I have too much on my mind at the moment as I’m in a bit of a work frenzy right now.

      It’s 6.00pm GMT, 1.00pm EST. Sorry about that.

      -Frank

  3. Chuck says:

    Ok thank you Frank, in that case, I have to have this one too :)

  4. John Vanse says:

    Great offer Frank – thanks
    Look forward to getting this at 6pm GMT Friday
    Cheers

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi John,

      Thanks for that.

      Widgets In It and Ads Manager are two of what I think of as the “control” plugins that move WordPress closer to being a full blown CMS.

      I love WP but there’s a few bits and pieces missing from it, so thank goodness for the plugin system that allows us to do stuff like this. :-)

      -Frank

  5. Chris says:

    Hi Frank,

    Will this have the ability to put in all posts at once, similar to adsense plugins. Reason i ask is i have over 600 pages and rather not have to go into each page to insert the widget.

    thanks

    chris

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Chris,

      No it doesn’t. Let me have a think about that, I reckon there’s got to be an easy solution to it. If not, I’ll get it put in.

      -Frank

      • Chris says:

        Thanks Frank, i went ahead and got this bc i still have use for it but having an upgrade for a global option would be outstanding. and in your sales letter, you can say how adsense plugin developers are stealing your commissions away, i know of 2 that have, and one is a very popular adsense plugin.

        • Frank Haywood says:

          Hi Chris,

          Yeah I think the global has got to be something we have to do one way or the other. As for AdSense… Hmm. There’s better ways than letting Google feed you tuppence now and then. ;-)

          -Frank

  6. Elaine Baker says:

    Sounds like a fab plugin Frank – really looking forward to this.

    I often wish I could place a widget within a post sometimes, just to advertise a particular item or put in an opt-in form on a relevant page.

    Elaine

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Elaine,

      Yep, this plugin is perfect for that as it gives you control over each post rather than globally as Chris wants. :-)

      -Frank

  7. Tommy McLaughlin says:

    Would this plugin for example insert an iframe Amazon banner at the top of each post if I wanted.? Thanks

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Tommy,

      No, but it looks like the same request as Chris, so I’ll go have think about that option and get it put in, or alternatively get a plugin made that will do that for you to go with this one.

      -Frank

  8. bruce cat says:

    Is it 6pm GMT?

  9. Colin says:

    I love this……..and will definitely grab a copy!. Shame that WordPress does not have this as a standard option.

  10. edwin says:

    Thanks for the great offer…

    Is the link ready ?

    Thanks n regards

  11. Julia says:

    So where’s the BUY button???

  12. Lars says:

    Thanks Frank,

    Already bought it.

    take care / Lars

  13. Julia says:

    Got in at $10, thanks! I’m looking forward to putting these plugins to use TODAY.

    Julia

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Julia,

      Once you get to grips with how they both work and get used to the little bit of logic you need to work with them, it’s a breeze.

      -Frank

  14. Frank,

    You always over-deliver. I got my copy already.

    Good Luck and Take Care
    Andre W. Klein

  15. Al says:

    “Widgets In It” looks fantastic. One question… is Widgets In It included in your monthly “PLR Membership to WordPress Plugins” package?

    Thanks.

    Al

  16. Gary Jenkins says:

    Hi Frank,

    I’ve had Ad Manager for a long time now and its my most favorite plugin by far. And, and the combination of Ad Manager, and Widget In It is just awesome.

    But, I’m writing today because since I’ve had the plugin for so long I had forgotten about the php conditional statements until viewing your video. That opens a whole new set of options for me. Thanks.

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Gary,

      Thanks for that. Yep those conditional statements are are cracking aren’t they? It just gives you that extra little bit of control.

      I got your message BTW, thank you – I’ll be off looking at it over the weekend. ;-)

      -Frank

  17. Pol vanRhee says:

    Frank, with adsmanager, can you set a specific post by name, that it appears on, and only that post? (not necessarily with widgets in it)

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Pol,

      Yes, you can do exactly that by using conditional statements like is_single(23) where 23 is the ID of the post you want your ad to appear on. I think there’s one for pages too, probably something like is_page(nn). I’d normally look it up, but I’m tired, hehe. ;-)

      -Frank

  18. Pol vanRhee says:

    Frank, You always have such great products! One last question. I know I can put html in the ads manager box. Can I put in short codes for other products? I have a shortcode that I know can be put into a regular text box, does the ad manager work the same way?

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Pol,

      It depends… Some plugins don’t work with others sometimes. So while I know I’ve pasted shortcode tags into Ads Manager and they’ve worked, I can’t guarantee they’ll work with every plugin.

      -Frank

  19. Sterling says:

    Thanks Frank. I received the plugins. I appreciate your making the substitution.

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Sterling,

      You’re welcome, glad you’re happy. :-)

      -Frank

  20. Sergio says:

    Hi Frank,

    does this plugin enable you to insert your AdSense ads and other affiliate ads into the blogs, articles?

    Sergio

    • Frank Haywood says:

      Hi Sergio,

      Yes it does, but not globally across all posts, only on those posts you choose to insert the widgets in. But as we’ve had a few requests for global additions, we’re going to look at it in the near future. If you only want your ads to show in some posts, you’re set.

      -Frank

      • Hi Frank,

        does the plugin also enable you to insert your Clickbank or Amazon affiliate links into your blog, including for example a link with an Amazon widget/carousel?

        Also I would be grateful if you could send me another downloadable link for the software as my computer recently crashed and as a consequence I lost about seven thousand emails. Please send the link to my email address included to this comment.

        Thank you in advance

        Sergio

        • Frank Haywood says:

          Hi Sergio,

          I’m sorry for the delay, I’ve just fished your comment out of the spam folder and deleted a few hundred spam comments too. I’ve just re-sent your order download page to your email address.

          All the best,

          -Frank

  21. Leanne says:

    buy button gone? Presume the sale is over? :(