Popups are a great way to attract the attention of your website visitors, but in some cases it’s not wise to show popups at once. Some messages are better shown to visitors who have already spent some time on the website and who are interested in what you offer. One solution you can use to get your message in front of your visitors at the right time is a scroll triggered popup. This popup is displayed when a visitor scrolls down a certain percentage of the page. It means that this visitor is already engaged, so you can use a popup to offer them to take further action and continue interacting with the site.
You can use a scroll triggered popup to invite visitors to subscribe to your newsletter, offer them a discount or any other special promotion, ask them to share the page on social media, fill out a contact form or a survey. Check out our use cases gallery for more examples or read on for step-by-step instructions on how to add a scroll triggered popup to your website.
Login to your dashboard, click the green Create widget button and choose what type of widget you want to create depending on the type of message you want to show.
Choose a position for your widget. If you want a classic centered popup click on the corresponding icon. You can also choose a more discreet slide-in that will appear in the corner of the page and attract attention to your message without blocking the page content.
Go to the Content tab and enter your message to website visitors (invite them to subscribe or share, offer a discount, etc.). We are not focusing on content in this guide, it will depend on the type of widget you are creating.
Then switch to the Behavior tab to configure when your popup will appear. In the Start to display the widget section choose the option when the user scrolls N% down the page and select the necessary percentage from the drop-down list (25%, 50%, 75%, etc.) If you choose 100% the popup will be shown when a visitor reaches the bottom of the page.
Now you can click OK to save your widget. When you are ready to publish it on your website activate it and it will go live at once.
Other articles you might find helpful:
- Behavior settings overview
- How to create a timed popup
- How to create an exit popup (show a message to the visitors leaving your site)
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