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What Are Pods?

Think of them as a block of space on your site… it could be on a page, in a blog post or even on your sidebar. You tell us what you want to fill that block with… offers from a specific merchant, deals in a category (like Women’s Apparel), or even types of deals across categories (like Free Shipping offers). We’ll keep that block filled with the latest content.

So, if you choose to create a Pod for your favorite store, when it is back to school time, the latest back to school offers will appear, and we’ll change it up when it becomes Halloween and then Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, etc… we’ll keep updating the content on your site so that your visitors consistently see fresh, relevant offers.


  1. Signup for a free FMTC account at
  2. Create your pod at
  3. Upload fmtcpods.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  4. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  5. Created or edit a Post or Page, and click on the Add FMTC Pod
  6. Select the pod you’d like to insert, add subID tracking value, then click Use Pod


Where do I get an FMTC Account?

Signup for a free FMTC Deal Bank account at

How do I create a pod?

Pods are created at

How do I get paid?

Pods are monetized via Skimlinks. Once you’ve created your free FMTC account, add your Skimlinks ID to

Contributors & Developers

“FMTC Pods” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Interested in development?

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  • Support for secure sites


  • Bug Fix: Commented code breaking height change.


  • Bug Fix: Height issue additional fix


  • Bug Fix: Some pods not full height


  • Bug Fix: Corrected JSON feed received after Pods update.


  • Added class name fmtc_iframe to iframe to target exclusion in BJ Lazy Load
  • max-width on iframe for responsiveness


  • Initial release to