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Alert & notify
with a popin
Le Slip Français
A seasonal exit-intent pop-in takes less than 10 minutes to set up and can be really impactful in order to retain your visitors before they leave. Le slip français displayed one of these promoting free delivery during Valentine’s Day for prospects. This pop-in, triggered at the right time with the right content, had significant results.
Geotargeting your online visitors is a very effective way to maximize your chances of converting rate. You can easily create a visible and customizable banner to offer discounts or services at the store closest to them, which will entice them to visit your store. BUT used a banner for a new store opening that proved to be effective.
If an element of your website facilitate the customer journey and ultimately improve your sales, you may decide to keep that element available at all times during your visitors’ sessions. Seafolly discovered that the search function within the navigation bar was fairly used. So they decided to keep the navigation bar available at all times. The result went beyond their expectations.
Use Image Matchmaker
to find the best one
Making sure that each of your images actually spark your visitors’ interest is the cutting edge of website optimization, and requires so little effort that it would be a shame to miss out. Best Western understood this perfectly and challenged the first image of the slideshow among 6 different images with Image Matchmaker to find the perfect match. And they were right to do so – the result speaks for itself.
A countdown timer is suited to many different use cases, like creating excitement for an upcoming event, or alerting people that a discount period is coming to an end while creating a sense of urgency. Set up in minutes, without coding, it’s a very simple way to create a buzz for your products among your visitors. Like Brico Privé who easily created a banner with a countdown on the sales pages. It’s so simple but it worked well!
Knowing that other people are also interested in a product triggers your social curiosity and creates interest through a mimicry effect. This is why we developed the social proof widget, a simple and effective way to draw attention to a product. You can leverage it through a banner, without any coding knowledge, create desire and see those numbers skyrocket like NYX did.
Give visibility with a
The progress bar is a great feature that fits many use cases with an immediate and visual impact on your web visitors and requires very little action on your part. They can be informative, such as providing information about a customer’s progress through a checkout flow, or increasing the size of the shopping cart by offering free services, gifts or discounts above a certain purchase amount. Decathlon was able to easily leverage progression by indicating the amount remaining needed to qualify for free shipping, with great results.
Automatically scroll to important part
To ensure that customers consult important elements of your pages like similar products, you can set up automatic actions such as automatic scrolling to a section of a page or automatic clicks on elements. This way you can be sure that your visitors will have access to what you want to display. In the case of Livy, they had set up an automatic scroll to the similar product section by clicking on the CTA “add to cart”. They managed to increase their average cart size easily and without any coding with this simple tool.
Promotional pop-up for non subscribers
The pop-in widget can play many roles; and, with the right segmentation, it becomes a powerful asset to offer a targeted promotion and maximize the chances of increasing the size of your customer’s basket. HKBN, for example, used this tool to motivate broadband plan subscribers to upgrade their plans by offering a targeted promotion. This is one of the many uses they have made of our services and that have helped them achieve incredible results.
Use Iframe to collect information
The iframe widget is very versatile in terms of formats and content. You can, for example, decide to use it to display a survey, a map, or something else. It is only limited by what you decide to put in it. If you decide to use it to display a satisfaction survey to collect information, like Unicef did, you will see that it’s a great way to easily and quickly collect responses.
Collect feedback with
Collecting feedback is the essence of creating the best customer experience. You will immediately measure the impact of your evolution on your customers’ mood. And if you get negative results, you can act and correct what your customers don’t like. The best part is that you can set up an NPS widget in minutes, without any coding knowledge, to collect this crucial information, just as the Eurosport team did – and they were amazed by the amount of useful information they collected in two weeks!
Display a popin
on exit intent
The pop-in is still one of the best ways to get your customers’ attention, especially when it is displayed on the exit intention. You can get your customers’ attention until the very last moment. Using it to push services like newsletter signup, is a great way to keep in touch after your customers have left your website. Fully customizable and requiring little to no code, you’ll be able to see the impact quickly. By understanding this perfectly, Le Routard has been able to collect a lot of new subscribers with this simple tool.
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