Call-to-actions add meaning when they are shown on the right page, post or category they work for. Convert Pro allows you to target a specific pages, posts, categories, taxonomies etc and decide whether you wish to show a call-to-action on them or hide them in particular places.
Let us quickly take a look at how we can go about implementing this
- Create a Call-to-action
- Design your Call-to-action
Select when you wish to launch the call-to-action
- Display after a few seconds
- Display when user is about to leave
- Display when user scrolls the specified percentage of the page
- Display when user is found inactive for the specified time period
- Display after user reaches the end of a blog post
- Display when certain class or ID appears in the viewport
If you have done all of this, let us directly jump to the target page settings.
Step 1 -> Go to the Configuration settings, then the Target section where you’ll find the Pages accordion.
Step 2 -> You can then select one or multiple Display Rules as shown below.
Note: These are the places you wish to display the call-to-action on.
Step 3 -> If do not wish to show this call-to-action in few places, you can do so by adding an Exclusion Rule as shown below.
Note: These are the places where you wish to hide the call-to-action on.
After setting launch triggers and target pages option, you can further target visitors according to the following:
- Target visitors based on the URL they come from
- Target visitors based on the device they use
- Hide or show the call-to-action to logged-in and first time users
- Schedule your call-to-action
You can also manage cookies and decide whether you wish to show or hide a call-to-action after successful submission or closing.
If you are planning to collect lead data through this call-to-action, Convert Pro allows you to manage them in two ways:
- Integrate with a third party Email Marketing service provider or CRM
- Send subscriber notification to an Email
You are all set to capture tens of thousands of leads! 🙂
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