How To Use Triggers In Bloom
Triggers can be used to greatly increase the effectiveness of your pop-up and fly-in opt-ins.
Triggers Control How And Where Pop-Ups & Fly-Ins Appear
Triggers give you control over how your pop-ups and fly-ins are displayed. Namely, they control when they are triggered based on various user interactions. These triggers can be used by themselves, or in combination with other triggers, to yield different results. These triggers can thus be tailored to your specific content, or your specific social sharing goals. Certain triggers are more general and heavy handed, while other triggers are more subtle and target a specific subset of users. Be sure to watch the video for a detailed explanation of how these triggers can be used.
Trigger After Time Delay
If Automatic PopUps are enabled, this setting will appear, allowing you to specify the timed delay (in seconds) of your social po-pup.
Trigger After Inactivity
This will cause the pop-up to appear once the user has been inactive for a certain period of time. If the user has left their computer, or left the tab after reading your post, try reminding them to subscribe when they get back!
Trigger at Bottom of Post
Just as a reader reaches the end of your page or post content is a perfect time to offer them a way to subscribe to your content. Enabling this pop-up trigger will auto detect the end of your content and do just that.
Trigger After Scrolling
This will trigger the pop-up after the visitor has scrolled a certain percentage down the page. Depending on the size of your page, and the content within it, you can have the pop-up trigger at specific points within the reading. Depending on the situation, having the pop-up or fly-in trigger at certain percentages may be much more effective than a timing delay.
Trigger After Commenting
This is a great way to target your most engaged visitors. When this is enabled, your visitor will be greeted with a pop-up or fly-in after they have posted a comment on your website.
Trigger After Purchasing
This is another great way to target your most engaged visitors. When this is enabled, your customers will be asked to subscribe to your website after they have successfully purchased a product using WooCommerce.
No matter how many triggers you have selected above, Bloom will only use whichever trigger occurs first so that your users are not overwhelmed with pop-ups if you have multiple triggers enabled.