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User Guide to Getting Started with Mailmunch Forms and Popups
User Guide to Getting Started with Mailmunch Forms and Popups
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Written by Liz Gannes
Updated over a week ago

Mailmunch offers a complete lead generation toolkit that helps you collect leads and provide your users with a more engaging experience with your brand.

Mailmunch offers multiple features to assist you with crafting your offers on your website. Instructions for how to create the different types of campaigns are given below.

Forms and Popups

Mailmunch allows you to grab your site visitor’s attention with captivating opt-in forms, designed to show exactly when a user is likely to convert.

1) Popover

Popups are designed to catch attention, they convey our message and increase sign-ups. We can personalize our campaigns by user intent with different triggers. We can set advanced display rules to dictate well-timed lightboxes to enhance our conversion rates. We can track the exit intent and display pop-ups to capture visitors’ attention before they leave.

Mobile Exit-Intent is highly effective at recapturing the visitor's attention when they are leaving your website from their mobile phones, thereby increasing your chances of a successful conversion.

2) Embedded

An embedded form is created and displayed as a part of our own webpage. An attractive embed form serves as a classic way to collect leads.

3) Top bar

These are small banners displayed as bars on the top of our webpage, we can choose for it to move as the visitor scrolls. A top bar serves as an ever-reliable and non-intrusive way to collect leads. These are generally used for broad offers and are a more permanent feature for conversion.

4) Scrollbox

Scroll boxes appear when a visitor scrolls your webpage. These are super friendly forms that appear once a user has scrolled a selected percentage of our web page indicating their interest.

5) Cover

These are full-screen pop-ups offering the highest conversion rates. A Cover form takes over your visitor’s screen and allows you to capture their attention by positioning your offer in front of them while sliding above the page content.

6) Sidebar Widget

A Sidebar Widget is an eye-catching form used to maximize lead collection. It is displayed on the left side of your webpage.

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