Popup Maker – Exit Intent Popups
Exit Intent Popups make use of our technology known as Soft Exit Detection to create a popup at the precise moment a user is going to leave your site. This is accomplished by identifying the instant a user’s cursor exits the main body of your website at the top.
Exit Intent popups by Popup Maker are the absolute greatest way to generate increase leads on your site and get people who would otherwise never return to your site on the hook for your services or products. These popups are displayed to users just as they are about to leave your website.
Do you want to prevent users from leaving your site by enrolling them in a newsletter, promotion, special offer, or survey, etc., and keeping them as customers? No problem! Popup Maker is compatible with the forms of virtually all newsletter services as well as the most popular WordPress plugins for form creation. 100% is compatible with Gravity Forms, Ninja Forms, and Contact Form 7 and interacts with them easily.
Additionally, this extension comes with configuration options to enable Hard Exit Prevention. This means that whenever one of your users leaves a page, they will be interrupted and prompted with an alert asking them to confirm that they want to leave the website with a message that you can customise. Your Exit Intent Popup will appear once the user clicks the cancel button, indicating that the user intends to remain on your site.
What kind of popups can you create with Exit Intent?
- Display a popup in the event that a customer is ready to leave the checkout page for your WooCommerce store (see our detailed tutorial for more information!)
- When a visitor is about to leave your website, prompt them to sign up for your email list by displaying a popup giving a lead magnet in exchange for their email address.
- Display a popup message providing the opportunity to chat with a support agent if the visitor is close to leaving your price page.
- When a visitor is about to leave your website, a pop-up window should appear informing them about your free trial.
Cold Hard Facts
An increase of 700% may sound like a significant number, and indeed it is; but, you should only anticipate converting between 2% and 4% of your users into subscribers, paying customers, or both. With a targeted exit intent campaign, you can see a noticeable improvement that will pile up over time. While the typical website converts fewer than 0.5 percent of its users into subscribers, this number can significantly increase.
- Adjustable Sensitivity – We give you the ability to adjust multiple sensitivity settings to fine-tune when your exit popup will trigger.
- False Positive Detection – The vast majority of popups with an exit intent merely activate when the user closes the browser. We take it one step further by identifying any unintended movement that occurs outside the lines. Because of this, the false-positive trigger won’t go off.
- Soft Exit Detection – Identifies when users are on the verge of leaving and provides them with a one-of-a-kind offer or message in an effort to dissuade them from departing permanently.
- Hard Exit Prevention – When a user clicks the refresh button, the back button, or closes the tab in their browser, they will be presented with a personalised message and asked to continue. If they select to continue browsing, your popup will be displayed.
- Enable Both Exit Modes – Both the soft and the hard exit modes will become active as a result of this action; whichever option activates first will disable the other. By doing so, you can ensure that the user will pay attention to what you have to say.
- Hard Exit Alert Only – The same as what was described previously, with the exception that if the user chooses to remain on the site after being prompted, the popup window will no longer appear.
- Show Users Targeted Offers – You can show customers an extremely focused offer by using the built-in Targeting Factors feature of Popup Maker or the Advanced Targeting Conditions extension. The offer can be based on any number of conditions, such as the content of the page the user came from or the search engine they used.