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Sticky Popup Announcements and Email Capture


Create Popups without developers:

Collect Emails: Sticky allows you to capture the emails of customers on your site. Target visitors just arriving or those who are about to leave.

Offer Discounts: Promoting discounts to people leaving your checkout, product pages, and landing pages are great ways to convert unsure customers.

General Announcements: Highlighting whats most important allows you to better engage and inform visitors. Great way to increase engagement especially when people are about to leave your site

Show popups when:

  • People arrive to your site
  • Users go to specific pages of your site

3 minute install

The AddSticky for WordPress plugin is a really simple plugin that allows you to copy and paste your AddSticky code snippet from, straight to your WordPress admin interface. The plugin also allows you to choose whether you’d like your code snippet to be placed in the tag or at the end of the tag of your HTML layout.


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Requirements: PHP5+, WordPress 2.9.x+

Important Links:


  • Collect Emails, build up your newsletters
  • General Announcements: Promote what's important on your site
  • Customize the look and feel of your site
  • The AddSticky for WordPress interface. A dead simple place to put your addsticky code.
  • Integrate multiple pages/sites with their own Announcements
  • Track different versions with individual analytics
  • Offer Discounts to drive unsure customers to buy
  • An Example Sticky announcement
  • Collect Emails, build up your newsletters


  1. Upload the addsticky folder and all its contents to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Paste your addsticky snippet from into the text area and click save!


Where do I get the AddSticky code for this plugin?

You can get your own AddSticky account from for free.
Once you have your account, create a AddSticky and simply paste your code into the plugin’s text area.

Should I load my AddSticky in the header or the footer of my WordPress site?

This depends on your site. We recommend loading the script in the footer but if your page takes very long to load, the header might be a better location.

Contributors & Developers

“Sticky Popup Announcements and Email Capture” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.