Create highly targeted popups to get better results.
Advanced Targeting Conditions allow you to target your popups at specific visitors. Customize your offers, personalize your marketing, and get the best results.
How can you target popups?
- 👤 User role, login history and comments (based on engagement)
- 🎯 Query string (great for marketing campaigns)
- 📱 Device such as mobile, desktop etc (target your popups)
- 🎢 URL or referrer such as Google (customize your offers)
- 💻 Browser such as Chrome or Safari
- 😱 …you can even set custom conditions.
What do you get?
- 📈 Boost your traffic
- 📬 Grow newsletter subscriptions
- 💸 Drive blog subscriptions
- 🎯 Promote content
- 🚀 Fuel lead generation
Advanced Targeting Conditions lets you target specific visitors and create the most effective popups.
You have a LOT of power with the Advanced Targeting Conditions.
Here’s an example: using the Referral -> URL Contains targeting condition, you can use Popup Maker to market to people who click your off-site URLs like never before. Present to them special promos, offers and more, tailored specifically for those users.
However, this is just the tip of the iceberg – Advanced Targeting conditions is a robust tool that allows you to specifically use popups when certain conditions are (or are not) met by the User, Query String, Device, Referrer, Browser, or choose Customize, and use your own Advanced Targeting Conditions with your own custom functions.
Each of the above listed Targets is where you will start with this tool, but it also allows you to drill down even further. Take the User Target, for example – the following Conditions are available for this Target: is logged in, is not logged in, has user role, does not have user role, has commented, has not commented, and has commented at least.
Finally, after choosing your Target and Condition, Options will then display for you to choose or edit to fit your needs.
Open a popup only for visitors from Google, or only for logged in users who have a link ending in ?show_me, combine multiple rules for precision targeting, the possibilities are endless.