Introducing Solo, the Unlimited Hello Bar for Developers

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We’re excited to announce the latest Hello Bar product, Hello Bar Solo. You told us you wanted a Hello Bar that had unlimited clicks, could be used on multiple sites, and could be customized to fit your needs. We listened and came up with Hello Bar Solo. It’s available now for a one-time price of just $29. With Hello Bar Solo you get a self-hosted, fully-customizable javascript solution for building notification bars. It’s perfect for developers who want complete control. We didn’t just stop with the unlimited clicks and domains either. You can now push the Hello Bar to the max with a wide range of customizations. If you’ve been waiting for a notification bar solution that gives you ultimate flexibility, grab Hello Bar Solo now.

Get Hello Bar Solo and get these powerful features:

  • Social Widgets – Easily add Facebook, Twitter or other social widgets.
  • Custom Forms – Grow your email list with MailChimp, AWeber and Wufoo integration.
  • Notifications – Add user alerts with a subtle message that vanishes over time.
  • Custom content – Add images, icons, videos and more with custom HTML.
  • Callbacks – Use Hello Bar to react to any interaction on your site.

If you don’t love to code, Hello Bar App is still the way to go. Hello Bar App comes with a graphical user interface to setup and manage your Hello Bars, and includes stats, A/B testing, customer support and more. You can learn more about the Hello Bar App here.

We hope you’re as excited as we are. We believe Hello Bar Solo is a powerful .js library for developers who want a professional solution for implementing highly-customized notification bars into their website or Web app. With unlimited clicks, a one-time price of $29 and a bevy of customization options, Hello Bar Solo is a new, effective way to get users to engage with your site or app. We hope you try it out and let us know what you think. We’re listening.

Learn more about Hello Bar Solo.

Related posts:

  1. Introducing Hello Bar Pro
  2. Introducing a Simple WordPress Plugin for Hello Bar

Comments 20

MarkJanuary 31st, 2012

This is fantastic value :) I’ve got this installed on a couple of sites.

One thing I’m not sure is possible with this version: Can it be set to “remember” the collapsed state? e.g. if a user hides it, if they navigate to another page, it currently “un-hides” it. Can I prevent this?

Keep up the good work!

raunekFebruary 11th, 2012

This is great! However, I think there should be a step-by-step guide for those having average knowledge in coding.

ManuelFebruary 19th, 2012

Hey . this is an awesome little tool.

I have been using hello bar for a while now – the web version but i have deployed this on sites where tracking etc wasn’t necessary.

GeoffMarch 29th, 2012

Can you use the solo version on Blogger websites?

Bradley KellyMay 5th, 2012

Would the Solo package allow you to have the bar unbranded or would you have to the extra monthly fee?

JuanManuelMay 5th, 2012

Can this versión be installed in DrupalGardens?

MikeMay 13th, 2012

Tried installing solo on – and not working. This is a regular HTML site. Does it work with those? Disappointed…

Gray AyerMarch 8th, 2013

I second the call for it to be set to “remember” the collapsed state. Is this possible yet?

katieApril 14th, 2013

PLEASE provide a simple step by step guide the way you do for using WordPress. I am a designer with good experience coding but not a coder and I cannot get it to work in my html sites. I am extremely frustrated and I’m sure the solution is relatively simple but I cannot figure it out and need help.

GregMay 13th, 2013

This is such a great deal. I am thinking of using this on my sites. It is VERY noticeable and can really draw attention when using the right colors. Thanks!

Matt FryMay 30th, 2013

Soooo….. what happened to hello bar solo?

EIM SolutionsJuly 10th, 2013

Agreed Matt, what IS happening with this project???

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Mike AllenNovember 6th, 2013

For those asking for WordPress instructions, here are some that might help you out:

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