Popups and a great way to alert visitors of any special promotions, subscriptions or important messages on your website. This is a great way to increase leads and conversions on your website. One simple WordPress plugin that allows you to easily and quickly achieve this is the Popup Maker plugin.
Here are some reasons pups using Popup Maker can help your website:
- Help demonstrate products or educate customers on new products
- Testing to find out how visitors engage in new products and products
- Collect customer information such as newsletter subscriptions
- Providing special offers
- Generate leads
- Generate buzz around your brand boost revenue
- Create age verification popup
Using this plugin I was able to get the contact form popup working on my website in just 30 minutes. It works with Ninja Forms, Gravity Forms and Contact Form 7. Since I had created by contact form in Contact Form 7 I pasted the form short code directly into the content area. Selected to have it popup targeted only on the homepage, selected the desired size of the popup and hit save. That’s it!
Here are some other features & benefits to using the Popup Maker plugin:
- Create as multiple popups
- Includes WYSIWIG editor and is able to handle short codes and HTML
- Will not compromise load time
- Customizable theme
- Animate popups
- Create scrollable content
You can easily customize your popup’s animation, size and position on screen. The only caveat with this is that the position doesn’t always work universally for all devices and resolutions, which is where custom CSS comes into play.
I’ve tried two other WordPress popup plugins that didn’t work well on mobile at all. While the Popup Maker plugin did work on mobile I had to use some custom CSS to get it to display properly. This is why people hire us. On a side note, it’s easy to install plugins but to configure them and get them to display properly can sometimes be better to be left to the experts like us.
I really love this plugin and the developers have done a great job. A few suggestions i’d recommend to the plugin author is to add a setting to hide the popup on mobile. This would be something that i’d predict would be used since a large form can cause the site to be inaccessible and covered on mobile.
If you’re interested in setting up a popup on your website contact NexToronto Web Development & Internet Marketing today!