If you want to grow your blog or business, you need to start sending out newsletters. In spite of how we may or may not feel about popups individually, research has proven again and again that a popup is the quickest way to get visitors to opt-in to your newsletter or subscribe to your blog.
An exit-intent pop up is the friendlier alternative. It won’t appear until your visitor is about to leave your site, so you’re not interrupting (and irritating) her while she’s trying to read what you have to say. She’s far more likely to sign up for your mailing list when you have a more thoughtful, and less rude popup.
What you get with this listing is one exit-intent popup, a custom designed website graphic to match your existing website. And don’t worry, I will do the work of installing it for you, and setting it up with your email sign-up form. This will work with whatever email provider you use, MailChimp, AWeber, ConvertKit, or even sending your blog posts via email through Jetpack.
You don’t have to purchase a theme from me to buy this, I’ll be happy to install it on any WordPress site. The photos above are some examples of what yours could look like.
Your pop-up will be installed within 2 business days (barring any technical issues).
To see one in action, just move your mouse up to the top of the screen as if you were going to leave this page.
- This pop up is for WordPress websites only.
- One revision is included. (In English: I’ll design a pop up to match your site, send you a picture of it, and then you get to tell me what changes you’d like me to make. I’ll make the changes and then install the final product.)
- Since all themes are coded a little differently, the pop up may not work with some themes, or it may be more difficult to install on others. If I get to work and find that either is the case, I will let you know as soon as I do. I will be happy to either issue you a refund, or you are welcome to buy extra work time from me…your choice!
When you purchase, send me any photo you would like to use in it, the words you’d like it to say, and the log-in information to your email service provider (like MailChimp or ConvertKit).