Ninja Popups: Popup System for Newsletter, Social Media, and More

September 26th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Not everyone is a fan of popups. In fact, most of us hate those annoying popups and use various tools to avoid them. There is a good reason many top sites use popups though. They use them to get more people to sign up for their newsletters, join their Facebook page, and take advantage of limited time deals. We have tested plenty of awesome popup plugins in the past few months. Ninja Popups has worked the best for us considering the fact that it supports the most popular newsletter services (such as AWeber and MailChimp) and can serve as a social network locker.

How to: automate WordPresss tasks

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The Ninja Popups plugin happens to be very customizable. You get multiple themes and colors to choose from. Webmasters are in control of layout, dimensions, size, text, and other information that they would like to display inside their popup boxes. Users get the chance to configure welcome and exit messages as well. Want to control redirection, cookies, and open delay settings? No problem.

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We especially loved the fact that Ninja Popups can serve as a social locker for our website. That is useful for folks who want to aggressively promote their Facebook or other social accounts and get more people to follow them on those sites. There is a chance that your theme might not be fully compatible with this plugin. The good news is you can turn off features to avoid conflicts and put this plugin to good use.

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Ninja Popup has a number of templates you can use right off the bat. It supports custom CSS and JavaScript. It is one of the better popup plugins we have tested.

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Roma September 26, 2013 at 12:44 pm

Hey
I know what your saying pop ups are very annoying, but when we started using a light box pop over on our Wordpress, the conversions were massive compared to the inline opt in form. Will definitely check out the plugin, if it works with Aweber.
Thanks for the tip,
Roma

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Cyrus September 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm

I don't disagree with you but I have to state the obvious. Design is my day job and pop ups are annoying. It does work for Aweber. The 2nd image shows it. I use MailChimp though

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