Site visitors bring huge potential to your sales marketing funnel.
You’ve sent dozens (maybe hundreds) of emails, posted on various social media channels relentlessly, and optimized your SEO and content to perfection. That’s all paid off by driving traffic to your website—traffic that can actually convert.
But what do you do when a visitor goes to leave the site without subscribing or taking action?
This is a golden opportunity to engage with your site visitor and turn them into an email subscriber.
Read on to discover how exit intent works, as well as some strategies and examples of exit intent popups in action.
How does exit intent work?
Getting visitors to your site takes…
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