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Sticky Email Opt-in Widget


Instant Demo of Sticky Email on your site:

Installation is as easy as creating a FREE account at, customizing your Sticky Widget, then copy/paste one line of Javascript straight to your WordPress admin interface.

Easiest way to collect emails for your newsletter opt-in list. Present visitors with a bottom right widget or popup in the middle of your site. Target visitors just arriving, about to leave or on specific pages of your site.

Great for:

  • landing pages
  • sign ups for your ebooks
  • sign ups for your ebooks for your software
  • building membership lists
  • building newsletter lists
  • increasing opt-in lists

Show Sticky when:

  • People arrive to your site

Customize Look & Feel

Choose where Sticky is located on a page to make the experience for your users just right. Also make Sticky look like how you want it with countless combinations of colors and fonts.

Build your newsletter opt-in list, for use with

  • MailChimp
  • aweber
  • constant contact
    Aweber, InfusionSoft, OfficeAutopliot/SendPepper, MadMimi, MailChimp, iContact, GetResponse, 1ShoppingCart, Campaign Monitor, Constant Contact, Feedburner, Silverpop, DadaMail, Vertical Response, Interspire, Active Campaign, Email Broadcast, HubSpot, Ymlp, Gravity Forms and Tribulant

Requirements: PHP5+, WordPress 2.9.x+

Important Links:


  • The AddSticky for WordPress interface. A dead simple place to put your addsticky code.


  1. Create a free account at
  2. Customize your Sticky Email widget
  3. Upload the addsticky folder and all its contents to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  4. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  5. Paste your addsticky snippet from into the text area and click save!


Where do I get the Sticky code for this plugin?

You can get your own Sticky 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 Sticky javascript code 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.


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Contributors & Developers

“Sticky Email Opt-in Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.