Do you have a WooCommerce site and want to increase your sales by offering discounts? Do you have a blog and want to get people to subscribe to your newsletter? Or are you looking for a good way to collect more leads?
Then you definitely need one of these top ranking WordPress Popup Plugins.
According to a Sumo study, the average conversion rate for a website popup is 3.09%. While another study from Impact , shows that the average conversion rate for any website landing page is 2.35%. While the sites that are in the top 10% have a conversion of 11.45%.
How is it possible? Probably because they chose the best popup with these features:
Targeting refers to who it will be shown to and also in what position (top of the screen, center, bottom right). Popular methods of targeting users with pop-ups include geolocation, device, and taps.
Triggers , on the other hand, are actions that a user must take to view the popup. The most popular methods are for example:
When the page opens (not recommended), while a user scrolls (good idea), after a certain amount of time (good idea), finally when a user tries to exit (excellent method for WooCommerce).
During the test, we chose the best WordPress Popup plugin based on:
We like everything, you can build all your templates in a Drag & Drop way. It features a powerful popup generator and the most comprehensive set of targeting and personalization features.
Being certainly the most complete plugin on the list, it is difficult to summarize all its fantastic functions, we will try to explain some others you will find summarized just below.
It has a very useful feature: Smart Success which shows users who have already viewed and converted Popups different offers.
For example, if someone signs up to your list via a popup, you can show that person different offers in the future to avoid annoying them.
Another function is the one that recognizes if the user uses an AdBlock and sends him a Popup asking to deactivate.
Geographic location targeting is really useful especially for Ecommerce sites. If you know that in the United States the Galaxy S20 is the best-selling phone while in France it is Iphone 11, you could do 2 Popups with different discounts.
From a targeting standpoint, OptinMonster is the most comprehensive. It allows you to target your popups based on:
New or returning visitors
Geolocation (this is unique)
Geographic location targeting
Drag & Drop Builder
You can choose one of the 26 animations.
Countdown: Use urgency and scarcity to increase sales.
It supports A / B testing and Google Analytics
Ideal for: I would like to say for everyone, but I think the best choice is for WooCommerce sites, for other sites it would be a waste of options.
Elementor is the most popular Page builder ever, has over 5 million active installs. Users love this plugin.
Among its functions is the possibility to create popups.
With Elementor you can create the most beautiful Popups on the market! The downside though is that you can’t have all the customizations and triggers of other plugins.
I tried to make some graphics and many of them came out really well. For example, I created the form to access and register on the website in a single popup. I used a switch button. The final effect was beautiful.
Triggers are available but are limited compared to other plugins. It’s just that there is little customization.
But you can add everything you find on elementor into the Popup and then:
Another problem is that A / B testing is missing at the time of writing the article. But looking online I found some plugins that allow you to do tests through Elementor. It just takes time (and money).
You can show the popup based on: Posts, Categories, Tags, Device, Clicks, Dwell Time
You can add WooCommerce products
Ideal for: those who have Elementor, or who don’t need many features.
Price: free version does not have this module, so you will have to spend $ 49.