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“Popups are well-established, versatile, difficult to miss, and have great conversion rates when used appropriately. Let’s also face the downside: popups can be annoying. If you’re a frequent internet surfer, you’ve probably come across popups that you’ve had a negative reaction to or have even caused you to leave the site. There’s no point to a popup that drives users away from your great content.

So there’s a double goal for mastering popups: maximize conversions while keeping the user experience pleasant. In this article, we’ll share with you the essential best practices for creating high-converting popups while minimizing annoyance.”

Read the whole thing here.

Done For You Blog Says: I tend to use “exit intent” popups for my sites. This type pops up when the browser detects the visitor is about to leave my site. It gives me one last chance before they leave to get their attention about something I want them to notice. And it happens after they’ve made a decision to leave, so it’s not intrusive while they’re reading. Great tips by the people who make my absolute favorite WordPress Page Builder, Beaver Builder.