When it comes to controlling where your popups appear and who can see them, WP Popups offers unparalleled flexibility.
In total, you get access to over 30 different display rules, all of which you can mix-and-match as needed to create your own customized targeting rules.
You can target specific…
- WordPress content, including categories, tags, formats, post types, and more.
- Users, including conditions based on where a user came from, their logged-in status, their user role, and even whether or not they’ve ever left a comment on your site.
- Devices, like desktop, tablet, or mobile.
- Referrers, like which site a visitor came from or whether they came from a search engine like Google.
- Popup actions, like whether a user has already converted on another of your popups.
And if you want to get technical, you can even target specific…
- User agents
- Query strings
Each rule includes both positive and negative options. For example, you can target all devices that ARE mobile phones or all devices that ARE NOT mobile phones.
And most importantly, you can mix-and-match all of these display rules using AND/OR conditions.
- Target visitors who are using a mobile phone AND are not coming from Google. Wave goodbye to Google’s mobile popup penalty!
- Target posts that are in the “WordPress” category OR in the “SEO” category.
You can create unlimited rule groups as needed, each with their own set of conditions.
If you want the ability to control exactly where your popups appear and to whom, WP Popups is the tool for you.