- Lead capturing pop-ups
- Lead qualification pop-ups
- Conversion rate increase pop-up
- User activation, retention pop-ups
The world of pop-ups is wonderful, interesting and is limited only by your fantasy. Pop-ups help you to start a conversation with visitor, capture leads, activate, retain and so much more.
Dashly clients can now make professionally designed pop-ups easy as 1-2-3 without designers’ and developers’ help with our new Pop-up Builder.
To charge you with the inspiration we walked through the web and found some cool pop-ups – see, look and create even better ones with Dashly Pop-up Builder.
Lead capturing pop-ups
First of all, let’s attract your visitors’ attention and collect their contacts to make personal communication further. Usually, such lead capturing pop-ups appear after a visitor spent some time on the website, scrolled page the bottom or when a visitor is trying to leave a website.
The main point here is that people are more likely to give their personal data for some valuable content. That’s why pop-ups like that are popular:
Lilach Bullock’s full page pop-up leaves no chance to be overlooked
If you don’t want your pop-up to fill the whole screen space, you can go for a normal size pop-ups, like these from Privy. In Dashly we call it a big pop-up.
Privy’s leave intent pop-up
And that one is a small pop-up.
ProfitWell lead magnet pop-up
Or if you want to add some interactivity you can make you pop-up move, jump or blink. But be careful, this may distract your visitors.
You’ll never miss Lemonstand active pop-up
It you don’t have any guides or docs that may be sent or downloaded, you probably have a blog or an email campaign with all product updates. Interesting things there, right? Offer to subscribe to your newsletter and keep up. You can show this kind of pop-ups only on you blog, not on the main website – just select the needed settings in Dashly.
Toptal blog subscription pop-up
You can take more out of the pop-up and add some additional fields there (ex. Name, Company name, Phone number, etc).
GetResponse big pop-up in blog
Or even add a little of qualification to see what your leads are interested in, segment them and increase conversions.
LiveChatInc pop-up with qualification
Lead qualification pop-ups
If you need to go deeper into lead qualification and get more information about every visitor (to offer the best deal for them) – you can launch the whole series of pop-ups like KlientBoost did. As a result – collected emails and a portrait of the visitor for further communication.
KlientBoost pop-up series
Ask your visitors what are they looking for, what professional sphere (or type of company) they belong to or what they didn’t like about you if they’re leaving your website.
Conversion rate increase pop-up
Uuu… Here is such a big field for experiments. This type of pop-ups is aimed to increase everything that can be increased – sign up conversion rate, conversion to payment and even brand awareness, WOM marketing effectiveness and so on.
This is a full screen pop-up again that encourages you to sign up and shows the advantages you’ll get.
Chanty full screen size pop-up
Remind your visitors that there’s a chance to try your product for free.
myRealPage makes another attempt when you’re trying to leave
Smaller, smaller, even smaller. Make a small side pop-up to remind your visitors that they can try a product for free and even make a target action right away.
Datanyze offers to add a Chrome extension with a pop-up
Or if you have an update coming soon – whet everybody’s appetite with a pop-up.
ContentStudio collects leads for new feature release
Another good idea is to to illustrate the product’s value – through example of this visitor at the moment when the action is performed. 💗
OptInMonster says that your visitors will also go away…
Steer clear of standard pop-ups. Interact your visitors – they’ll love to play! Come up with a quiz, lottery, wheel or something that no one did before. Conversions will pleasantly surprize. And if you want your visitors to have only one chance to win – just show the pop-up only once (you can choose in the Auto message settings).
Circles.life offers you to spin the wheel and get a prize
And of course, good offers are always a great idea – people love to save. Just remember that visitors have to understand what your product is about and why they need to pay for it otherwise even a good discount won’t help.
trymyUI’s special offer pop-up
User activation, retention pop-ups
Pop-ups can not only collect personal data and make visitors to sign up, they also have a strategic mission – activate, involve and return visitors back on track.
Traditionally starting with a “huge” pop-up example – HoldOnStranger is ready to become better for you. You didn’t find a needed feature – just drop them a message in a pop-up.
HoldOnStranger retention pop-up
Such a type of pop-ups frequently appears while reading some blog articles or eBooks on the website.
One of the greatest ways to involve visitors is let them read an interesting article only to the middle and then offer to sign up to continue reading.
Dribbble cuts short your reading to make you register
Or you can stop visitors from reading by showing them important video content – watching videos may be more interesting than reading 😊
Privy pop-up with a video in it
But the pop-up doesn’t need to have a button or an input field to be a good one. In Dashly you can make a pop-up with a field for an email or phone number, with a button, with a text field or just a pop-up with no additional fields.
Now you see that you can do whatever you fantasy can come up with. Especially since the moment we provided you with an instrument — Dashly Pop-up Builder.
Drag, drop, play, rock😎