Businesses can benefit from using popups on Substack in a number of ways. Here are a few examples:
Popups can be used to collect email addresses and other contact information from website visitors, helping businesses build their email lists and generate more leads.
By displaying targeted popups to visitors based on their behavior or interests, businesses can encourage them to take specific actions, such as making a purchase or signing up for a trial.
Popups can be used to encourage visitors who are about to leave a website to stay longer or take a specific action, reducing bounce rates and increasing engagement.
When used correctly, popups can enhance the user experience by providing relevant information or offers at the right time, rather than bombarding visitors with too much information at once.
Substack's built-in A/B testing tools make it easy to test different types of popups and messaging to see what resonates best with visitors, allowing businesses to optimize their campaigns for maximum impact.
Popups can significantly increase newsletter subscriptions by capturing visitors' attention and encouraging them to sign up. They can offer compelling incentives, exclusive content, or discounts to entice visitors to subscribe.
Popups can be designed to grab visitors' attention through visually appealing layouts, colors, and animations. A well-designed popup can make a strong impression and effectively highlight the value proposition of subscribing to the newsletter.
Exit intent popups are triggered when a visitor is about to leave the website. They can display a newsletter subscription prompt as a last attempt to capture the visitor's interest and encourage them to subscribe before exiting.
Popups can be triggered based on time or scrolling behavior. They can appear after a certain duration or when a visitor reaches a specific point on the page, allowing strategic placement to maximize visibility and engagement.
Popups can be personalized and targeted based on visitor demographics, behavior, or preferences. By tailoring the message and offer to each visitor's interests, the likelihood of newsletter subscription increases.
Popups can integrate seamlessly with email marketing tools or customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Subscriptions captured through popups can be automatically added to mailing lists, streamlining the process and ensuring efficient management.
Popups allow for A/B testing different designs, messages, or offers to identify the most effective combination for newsletter growth. By optimizing popup performance, conversion rates can be improved over time.
Popups can enable segmentation and customization of newsletter sign-up forms. Visitors can be presented with options to choose their preferences or areas of interest, allowing for personalized content delivery and better engagement.
Embedery is much more than a popup builder. We help you build great experiences around your customers to overall help your business succeed. Some great benefits include:
We can help businesses unlock the full potential of their customer data, allowing them to create more personalized and effective marketing and sales strategies.
Not only can you display popups, but you can also engage with your customers using email, send them reminders to checkout their cart or to learn about a new product release.
Build engaging user experiences around you Substack based website, control when a popup appears and what happens if they submit the form in the popup. You are in control
Our entire platform is built on events, when something happens on your Substack website, create a report to gain a high level understanding on how customers engage with your business.
Your business exists in many places, not just on Substack, with Embedery with provide you with the tools and capabilities to engage with your customers across multiple websites and platforms.
Our editor tries to balance between flexibility and simplicity, we provide a simple way to drag, drop and configure blocks while providing an experience like a powerful design tool.
Our gallery is ever growing by the Embedery team, as well as community submitted popups. We try to align our popups around the core reason why it exists and the problem you are trying to solve.
You can refine and configure exactly who should see your popup using our embed behaviours, drag and drop blocks into the flow diagram to determine conditions around the user and your website experience.
Our popups and elements are made up of blocks, input fields, buttons, text headings etc, we are constantly adding and refining the blocks to provide you with more possible solutions.
Easily connect your popup into your already existing flows, with our growing library of integrations.
We are constantly improving and updating Embedery to be a better version, and we are always open to your feedback to understand more your specific requirements and problems.
Notify your visitors when other visitors trigger an event on your website, such as when someone purchases one of your products, let other visitors know about it.
Display a popup to your visitors. This is a great way to catch the visitors full attention.
Embed your widget into your content. This is great if you want your widgets to blend in.
Display your widget as a popover, this can appear fixed to the window of the visitor, this is a great way to prompt visitors in a more passive way.
Display your widget when a visitor lands on a page, the doormat will be shown in fullscreen, but the visitor can scroll down to see the webpage.
Show your widget as a sidebar, a sidebar is great for presenting a lot of content while capturing the attention of your visitor.
Display your widget as a horizontal bar, this works great at capturing the visitors attention throughout the entire experience.
A panel to help your customers and visitors find relevant guides from your knowledge base and with an easy way to contact support.
The Social links widget is used to help your content be shared by your visitors on social media, it provides a simple yet effective solution.