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New Popups by Landingi – win customers’ attention!

July 18, 2019 Sylwester Karnuszewicz 4 min read
Sylwester Karnuszewicz

On our road to enhance Landingi platform we’ve made another step – quite big one, to be honest. This functionality has been highly anticipated by our users since we can recall. Now it’s time to move forward! Buckle up, we’re launching whole new popups!

But hey, you already have popups!

Yes, there are popups in Landingi platform available for quite some time. The thing is, they are just very simple version of what we prepared  for you now! This is why we decided to make a slight name change. Now read carefully: old, basic popups are now lightboxes, and a whole new popups will be known under the name of – wait for it – popups. Let’s ponder over these two for a moment and distinguish them from one another to avoid confusion.

Popups Lightboxes

Lightboxes are available from Create plan. You can make them using the same Landingi editor you use for creating landing pages, and save them for later use. One lightbox can be assigned to many pages, but only in our platform.

And what about the functionality? Add the button or an image on a landing page, set the on click option to “show lightbox”, then choose one of previously created lightboxes (or create a new one by clicking the green plus button). And that’s pretty much it. Simple, yet functional, as on click events are the least invasive ones. But sometimes you just need something more complex, that can hold users’ attention for longer and encourage them to stay on your landing page… or a website. This is why you should consider…

Popups

The new version of popups by Landingi is far more advanced than its predecessor. You can trigger the event in a number of ways instead of simple clicking on a specific button or image. At the moment, there are four triggers available, that will make a popup appear:

  • Time spent – after a specific time spent on a website or a landing page.
  • Scroll depth – after a user scrolls down to certain percentage of a page.
  • Exit intent – when a user hovers his mouse cursor somewhere near the upper border of the page.
  • Click on element – when a user clicks on a specific element on a page.

The edition of a popup remains pretty much the same, but its activation looks slightly different – let’s do it step by step.

Popups is one of the features we have planned in our Roadmap. Check it out if you want to be up to date with Landingi novelties!


Popup display options

First, choose the proper targeting for a popup window – add any number of landing pages or external pages:

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Then, choose any number of triggers you want (yes, they can work simultaneously) and configure them:

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Next, set the frequency of popups display. You can choose one of the following options:

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And lastly: publish your popup and start using it!

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If everything went smoothly, you should see the same notification as below, containing the list of landing pages or website you’ve assigned your popup to:

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After the popup is published, you can freely change its display options, assign it to new pages or edit it. As always: we don’t put limits on number of popups you may create. Log in to Landingi, select popups tab and start using our new feature!

Sylwester Karnuszewicz

Sylwester Karnuszewicz

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