An ideal balance of visibility and unobtrusiveness. Of course, if the dialog box display is customized correctly.
Use this tool wisely, and you will get subscribers for your push campaign.
Push.World has developed this web element so that you can customize it for your needs and for your audience.
To customize the appearance, click the button
In the right part of the screen, it will be possible to change the main text of the dialog box and explanations, as well as customize its location.
Depending on the contents of your website, indicate the location of the dialog box. On the left, in order to avoid interfering with the right-click menu in the header? Or, maybe, it would be best on the right, to avoid covering your logo? It may be also placed in the center — it is distinctive, and not widely used yet.
Click on "Preview" to make changes and see them right away.
It is important to display the widget to the user in time. Therefore, set it up to make the user most likely to click on "Subscribe" button. For this purpose, there are several settings. Click on the shortcut display setting.
It is all simple: you set the time after which the dialog box is displayed to the user, as configured by you. The setting is between 0 (immediately) and 3,600 seconds (1 hour). We recommend looking up the «average time on the website» in the metrics and analytics for your ad space, and setting the middle of this value.
The dialog box will appear after the user has scrolled to the middle of the page, or to the footer of the page. If "Header" is set, the user will see the invitation to subscribe immediately after he visits your website.
It is simple: the web element will appear immediately after the user moves the mouse away from the website.
Using this setting, you can make sure that the dialog box with an invitation to subscribe for push notifications is displayed to a loyal user. The web element will be displayed exactly when the user views the 2nd, the 3rd, the 4th, or the 5th page of the website. Set visit depth to make your visitors subscribe, rather than click "Thanks, no".
The last setting that we recommend to use for this web element is comeback. You indicate the number of visits after which the user of your website is offered a subscription for push notifications. It may be displayed as early as the second visit. Or, you may leave the subscription offer only for constant visitors, i.e. display it after four visits.
As you may have noticed, the widget also has the "Thanks, no" button. What happens if the user clicks on it?
It's all simple: the widget will cease displaying to the user for as long as seven days (by default). After that time, a new attempt will be made to subscribe the website visitor.
The seven days period may seem too long for you, or, on the contrary, you might consider it not long enough. It's up to you to decide. Now there is a setting for indicating the number of days that the user will not see the dialog box after clicking "Thanks, no".
To specify the required time interval, simply click the settings of re-impression.
In the right part of the screen, specify the required number of days.
Congratulations! The dialog box setup has been completed.
Please remember that you can combine subscription with shortcuts, buttons and pop-ups. You can also use them all together, or only some of them.
There are other widgets that may be used for a push campaign.