POWR Popup is a flexible tool for creating popup messages on a webpage. Popup lets you do the following awesome things:
Create Email Capture Popups
Capture more leads and grow your email list by using the Email Capture template. You can easily adjust your layout, colors, text and button. You can also create your own email autoresponder that will get sent to new sign ups. Find this under Controls > Autoresponder Email.
Keep Visitors on Your Site
A great way of keeping visitors on your site is by giving them a special offer just as they start to leave. This is typically called an exit intent popup. To create your exit intent popup, first select your preferred template in the Template tab, then in the Controls tab, go to Popup Display Options and select As Visitors Start to Leave.
Create a Spin to Win Promotion
Spin to Win is an excellent way to give your visitors a chance to win discounts on products in your online store! They enter their email address, spin the wheel and are in with the chance of winning a discount. It will help you get more sales, all while collecting new contact information from customers so you can grow your mailing list.
Read more about setting up your Spin to Win promotion here.
Get more followers, boost conversions, or post a survey
You can embed any POWR plugin inside your Popup to customize your messaging and call-to-actions even more. Some popular use cases are:
- Use Social Media Icons to grow your social following.
- Embed a Countdown Timer to announce the beginning or end of a special promo sale.
- Add a Form Builder to create a feedback survey to display when a customer is leaving your site.
Click Add Element and select one of the recommended plugins, or click More POWR Plugins to see additional options.
Note: You will need to separately edit your embedded plugin by clicking the Edit button above the inserted plugin.
Does POWR Popup work on all websites?
Unfortunately, no. Unlike other POWR plugins, there are certain platforms and site-builders that will not support POWR Popup. These include Facebook, GoDaddy, Google Sites, iBuildApp, Moonfruit, Webs.com, and any site where elements are added via iFrame.
How to set the email as a required element?
You will need to disable the "Close button" or toggle off the "Close when a visitor clicks away from your popup" in order to customers to fill in the email address for sure: