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5 Mind-blowing Use Cases for Website Popups You’ve Never Considered (Includes Augmented Reality)

If you thought website popups were only for discounts and newsletter subscriptions, you're dead wrong. These examples include augmented reality customer postcards, a better SaaS login experience, and a joke of the day popup that will delight your customers.

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4 Ways to Use Advanced Triggers & Targeting to Craft Delightful Popups

I think we'd all agree that showing a popup to your visitors on every visit is a bad idea. We can also agree that generic offers and untargeted messaging is a big turnoff. That's where triggers and targeting can make a big difference to the user experience. In this post, I'll show you four really cool ways you can combine trigger and targeting rules to craft delightful popup interaction designs.

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WP Super Cache Made Easy: A Step-By-Step Guide to Speeding Up Your Site

You want your website’s visitors to have the best experience possible, right? Well, then you better not keep them waiting. Slow-loading pages are one of the biggest frustrations people experience online. In fact, having slow page loads can affect everything from how many people view your site and where you rank in Google to how(...)

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Marketing Optimization Week is coming! 4 Free Days of Advice From Experts in PPC, Automation, AI, and Strategy

We're 23 days into the year and you might already feel like your team's working in overdrive to (maybe) secure only half the leads and signups you used to. Between high CPCs, machine learning, and hyper-targeting — marketing's only gotten harder. Which is why we're hosting Marketing Optimization Week featuring four FREE days of tactical advice from world-class marketers. See the speakers from Drift, Microsoft, Zapier and more.

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Do Your Pages Talk TO Customers or AT Customers? Why the subtle shift in message makes all the difference

It is crucial that the messaging and design of your webpages show that you value your customers, and their satisfaction is your number one goal. In order to begin to build this trust, when people visit your website, they need to feel they are speaking to a person.

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