Create scenarios to display inline forms, read more boxes or floating bars with advanced targeting rules.
Convert active visitors into subscribers, downloads or ad revenues with smart scenarios. InTrigger plugin allows you to insert inline forms or floating bar depending on pages keywords and user behavior.
InTrigger plugin allows you to insert within some targeted posts the widget you want: optin form, message driving traffic to another page, custom banner, etc. Because visitors are used to banners in sidebars and top bars, we have to find new types of marketing tools to increase lead generation’s performance, and inline optin forms are one of the most effective way to collect more emails.
Inline scenarios are really powerful when used with our keyword targeting tool.
When a visitor that has already read 2 posts, starts reading a 3rd one, he is most likely interested by your content. Thanks to our "Read more" scenario, you can hide part of the 3rd post content, and invite visitors to subscribe or click in order to display the full post.
The result is amazing. Media websites using this scenario were able to increase their number of subscribers by more than 800%, without annoying people that are just curious and don't read full posts.
The floating bar on the top of your screen has become a standard tool of a effective lead generation strategy thanks to HelloBar. Unfortunately, Hellobar is a paid service and its targeting settings are poor.
Creating a "Floating bar" scenario allows you to display a pre-made or custom bar at the top or bottom of your screen. Most importantly, you will be able to display the floating bar when and where it is relevant. For example, if a visitor reads 2 posts related to "Topic A", and then scrolls 50% of a third post, he shows true engagement signs, it is the perfect time to display a bottom floating bar (optin form, message, ad, etc.) as he is scrolling.
Whatever the scenario, you have numerous options to target specific visitors segments and apply the scenario within specific conditions:
When you create a scenario, you choose to display a specific "Indget" under certain conditions. The indget could be either a default form or an easily customizable message box: text, background color, border color, font-size, etc. If you have some basic HTML / CSS skills, you can also create your own custom indget.
This plugin is created by the InTrigger team based in Paris.
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.4.7
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Active Installs: 100+
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