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Tag: polite popups

Popup ads are compact windows that are frequently employed by site owners in order to push ad content to the forefront of a visitor’s attention. But does this form of online advertising actually work? Research has far proven that lightbox popups perform much better than the traditional popup forms. The reason for this is that lightbox popups are more polite. Numerous researches are conducted from time to time to determine the amount of percentage to which conversions increase through popups. For example, one of the highest converting popups has proven to be the exit-intent technology. On average 35% visitors come back and stick around seeing a 35% discount in the exit-intent popup. This amount is a solid ground to consider [...]
Speaking of the pliable popup functionalities we should pay due tribute to the exceptional opportunity of scheduling popups. This feature gives countless advertising advantages to the owners of online shops and online service providers. Let’s examine several cases when the scheduling of popups is necessary for bringing a huge benefit to your business.   In case your business operates in a relevant industry,   Depending on the industry your business operates in, you may feel the need to schedule the popups on your webpage. You can specify particular days and hours when the popup will appear. If you organize hiking tours, you could show the popup announcing the event prior to or during the weekend. Or else, if you provide [...]
Recently, we have spoken a lot about the importance of being polite and mild when it comes to the usage of popups. Imagine you are a company representative who has been assigned to visit several companies and to make certain offers. Would it be acceptable for you to make the same offer over and over again after getting a refusal once? Well, at least, your second offer has to be more beneficial in order to capture the addressee’s attention. The same works on the web. Making the same popup appear more than once creates an impression as if you want to force something to your audience. And as we know, none of us wants to be forced to do a [...]
Did you know that popup ads were created some 20 years ago by Ethan Zuckerman? Surely, they expanded during this period as a result of web development and accordingly, were grouped into several classes. In spite of the fact, that the users of the web generally don’t like them at first glance, and if you are one of those people, we strongly believe that going deeper into the essence of popups will change your stance significantly. So, saying that you don’t like popups is just like saying that you feel antipathy towards someone without knowing their true character. And the main objection made by people disliking popups is that they are annoying. Well, my friend, not all of the popups [...]