Pop-ups Use Best Practices
Using pop-ups is a controversial marketing and sales tactic requiring accurate evaluation of all pros and cons, necessary conditions and correct timing.
On the one hand, pop-ups are the most annoying type of advertising and simultaneously one of the most noticeable elements of a web site. If you decide to use pop-ups in your store, you should be ready to find out that narrow, leaving no room for error way to more sales, subscriptions, and customers.
Below, we are describing the most perspective use cases, when pop-ups will certainly make their best for your store without pushing away customers and prospects.
The Ways to Use Pop-ups in Online Stores
Case 1. Most Popular or Discounted Product Offers
- Target. We need to notify customers and encourage them to buy our bestsellers or products on sale.
- Target Grounding. Let us assume that we know that most of our visitors buy certain high-demand products, or the discounts we offer are too beneficial to neglect them without any hesitations. This way, the products we offer will certainly be interesting for the overwhelming majority of customers.
- Task. The task requires us to define those only super star products or “shining” discounts valuable for all customers we have.
- Implementation. As soon as the products and discounts are added to the store, we just need to insert one or two product widgets to the pop-up window and make sure that they displays product images, descriptions, add to cart buttons, or new discounted prices.
- Result. All customers or the majority of them receive useful notifications on the store top sellers or time-limited month deals and find them worthy of their attention.
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