Worried about the lesser conversion rates?
The exit-intent feature will help you with that.
When the user is scrolling up or going to press on the back button, exit-intent will spontaneously react and come up with stuff to keep them glued to the website for a longer time.
Exit-intent is available for OptinMonster from now on to keep a better eye on your users before they are gone from your website.
In this blog, we’ll see how to set up exit-intent on your website and the different ways to trigger the same.
Exit-intent Triggers on Mobile Devices
There are two ways a mobile user might exit from your website.
He might scroll the whole way to the top or just click on the back button.
Either way, you are just seconds away from losing a potential customer forever.
This is where exit-intent come in.
Exit-intent will come up with means to keep the visitor engaged by giving them the best offers through an exit pop up.
Let’s see how to set up exit-intent for the scroll up trigger.
You can choose the exit-intent sensitivity between low or medium.
When it comes to exit option by pressing the back button, the exit-intent will automatically activate when you choose the sensitivity as High.
By setting up an exit-intent you will be able to retain 2-4% of the visitors who might leave if there is no pop-up during the exit.
In the message or pop-up, you can add the best offers or details about a program or a discount that your potential customer can’t say no to.
Even templates are available at OptinMonster to set up the message or pop-up.
Through carefully devised plans and messages, the chances of retaining a higher percentage of customers with you will become more evident with the exit-intent features which us now available with OptinMonster.
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