Yesterday I talked about how I was looking at replacing my Bounce Exchange popup that collected leads to this new thing. I get Bounce Exchange for free (it starts at 5k/month) but honestly I wanted more functionality and this looked promising.

So yesterday I talked and thought I would implement it over the weekend. But its so simple to setup I had it running in under an hour.

This thing is unbelieveable and the best thing is it does not require wordpress. That is a HUGE thing for me cause a lot of times I want to collect leads but not inside of wordpress or then code out my own popup. Pain in the ass.

Just a funny side note – I went with a lot of the default settings and one was that it time loads and animates the popup. I didn’t really like that so I went and changed it to instantly load. Funny thing – I got 30% more opt in’s with the one that was animated (they do this for you).

Another cause of the “expert” doesn’t know what their users like until they test it.

I just wanna say I love this service and can’t believe its $27 for life. Not a monthly fee.

Anyway Let walk you through how frickin easy it was to setup.

I spent all of about 2 minutes using their WYSIWYG editor.   The dashboard looks like this:

3 things

Integration wise… check this out.  If you want wordpress you just download the plugin.  If you want it outside you just copy and paste the code.  No learning jquery or spending a hundred bucks on custom code… it just works.

setup

If you do integrate in wordpress you copy your 4 digit id and paste it… and you’re done.

wpsettings

Now for the cool stuff.  Who should see the popup?

You can choose from everyone, new visitors only, or returning visitors.  You can also specify how many days to wait until a person see’s it again.  And a really cool Ninja trick – exclude domains.  I made mine so nobody coming from FaceBook will see it.  This is VERY helpful because some ad platforms do not like popup windows.

who should see

When do you show the popup?  Image speaks for itself.

when to display

 

Where do you show the popups?  This is legit cause you can show it on all pages or exclude some that you don’t want to distract users with.  For me this is my consulting page on ShoeMoney.  If people hit this page I don’t want them to be distracted by signing up to my newsletter.

whereto show

Honestly this is one of those things that truly is a game changer for me.  Are popups new?  Of course not.  Is making it VERY simple and flexible for frickin $27 for life!  You tell me.

Whether you plan on using this immediately or sometime in the future grab it at that price before it goes to hundreds of dollars (thats what I would charge).

Sign up for it here

 

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

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  1. This software looks awesome and I’m probably going to test it, but there’s one feature I think is going to be a problem … Remote Commander. This is a ninja trick that almost seems to hijack a brand. I can see a company’s lawyers having a lot of fun with this one. The way they use a post on Facebook that makes it look like you’re highlighting a story from some other company’s site and then when you click the link, your pop-up appears over that site and then makes it look like the owner of that site is the one that’s serving the pop-up.

    This can be seen as misleading. That you’re implying that the other website is endorsing whatever it is you’re promoting in the pop-up. That the other website has given you permission to do so or even making it seem as if the other website is the one that’s actually selling or promoting the product or offer. Even though you might be sending them eyeballs, I can see how site owners would have a problem with this.

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