How To Pop Over Any Website Without PPV

Wise ol’ King Solomon once said “There’s nothing new under the sun.”

While Solomon was right, there’s no denying that sometimes a new spin on an old technique comes around that shakes things up. Engagifire is one of those things and I want to talk about one specific feature that’s awesome.

(By now you have probably seen the demo pop up on this page that I made with Engagifire.)

I bought this pop up software a few weeks back and it has easily paid for itself in new leads with the very first test.

The average lead gen campaign on Facebook will cost you between $1 to $2 per lead generated on average. In three weeks using just Engagifire exit pops on this blog and the AffPortal landing page I was able to generate an email list of close to 200 brand new subscribers to my test list.

At a very conservative $1 per lead, that’s $192 worth of leads just using Engagifire with a good lead magnet.

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That’s what I’ve done so far with it. But the killer feature with this app is that it also lets you pop over any other webpage with your lead gen or cpa offer. This is leveraging other peoples content, that you link to, to bring prospects into YOUR funnel…. and you didn’t have to write the content, you just link to it!

Here’s how it works.

Say you find a great piece of content. You can set up a pop over with any call to action that you want and then turn on the traffic by linking to that piece of content using your favorite traffic source (organic or paid).

It’s a win for the owner of the content b/c you are sending traffic to their article (and their call to action) and a win for you because you can capture a lead by leveraging awesome content.

Tip: I recommend sending your new subscriber to a thank you page in a new tab so the user has the option to finish the original article that you leveraged.

Here’s an example… Box of Ads put out a great blog post that I want to link to on Facebook to send traffic to. I set up my lead gen campaign to pop over that page after a few seconds. I get my link, post it to Facebook… When a visitor goes to the article I recommended, they see the article and THEN after a few seconds they see the pop. The user can either close out the pop and continue reading, or they can opt-in and finish the article after they are presented the thank you page.

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You can set it up to pop up immediately, pop up after a few seconds or pop up when the user goes to exit the website.

Check out the AffPortal Facebook Page for this Facebook example or click here to go directly to the article that I linked to.

It’s very sweet and I highly recommend you give Engagifire a try.

 

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If you do, send me your receipt and as a bonus I’ll comp you a lifetime membership for my new Facebook Cartoon Ad Builder at www.Toon.Buzz.

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About The Author

Corey Bornmann

Corey Bornmann is the founder of AffPortal.com, one of the web's first toolsets for Internet Marketers. He lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife and two daughters. Aside from internet marketing, he's also a real estate investor and lifelong entrepreneur. Corey played college football for Shippensburg University. #godisgood

12 Comments

  • JL

    Reply Reply April 30, 2015

    great article! thanks for sharing. it was very informative. one quick question…when you set this up…and you send traffic to the boxofads page…the URL you use is one that you register yourself or it has to be a specific URL? i see in the example it goes to a different url. so does that mean the user will see YOUR url not the actual page url in the browser bar?

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply April 30, 2015

      Yes that’s exactly right because it’s run inside of an iframe so in this example it’s not showing the box of ads url, it’s showing the url that Engagifire gave to me to post. There’s no way around that.

      However, when you post the link that Engagifire gives you, the URL on the post image is BOXOFADS.COM. The trick to that is you paste the url that Engagifire gives you, let it pull the info from the article, then in the text area of your post, delete the url and write your own status update like normal. The destination url, in this case boxofads.com, will stay in the link below your status update.

      Thanks for the comment!

  • Petr

    Reply Reply May 1, 2015

    Hey Corey!

    How can I send you an eamil with my receipt to get a bonus?

    Thanks!

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply May 5, 2015

      Petr, I just saw you comment here, I remember I took care of you so we’re good.

      All bonus people, send me your receipt to CoreyBornmann@gmail.com and I’ll send out your login for Toon.Buzz.

  • Andrew

    Reply Reply May 2, 2015

    Hi Corey,

    thanks for the article. Can I find out if you can pop affiliate offers instead of entry/exit popups?

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply May 5, 2015

      Andrew, you can put anything you want in the pop. They have this great drag & drop dash. I’ll make a video of it. So you can put your own affiliate offers in there. As far as timing the pop, you can set seconds for a delay, on exit intent, on site exit.

  • Andrew

    Reply Reply May 2, 2015

    Also, I realise there is no contact address for the company. Any idea how and who to send enquiries about the product to?

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply May 5, 2015

      This is a product from a larger company called Wishloop.com and they have excellent customer service so there’s no worries there.

  • bh

    Reply Reply May 2, 2015

    This isn’t an issue for FB, Google, etc as being counted as an exit pop, right?

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply May 5, 2015

      No it isn’t an issue as long as it’s not an inescapable loop of exit pop after exit pop. I have not seen any issues with an exit intent pop with my facebook ads using Engagifire.

  • Zafar Iqbal

    Reply Reply June 1, 2015

    Hi Corey,

    I’ve been thinking about getting this but just not got around to it,
    I came across an article from Ryan Deiss-Figital Marketer:
    http://bit.ly/19fKglB
    I wanted to know if you had any knowledge whether this was done using ENGAGIFIRE or not..?
    Theyre doing a Youtube PPC style video before the intended video plays

    Many thanks,

    Zafar

    • Corey Bornmann

      Reply Reply June 4, 2015

      Hi Zafar, I don’t see any engagifire code in the html for the page so I think it’s a different plugin but this banner would be easy to reproduce with engagifire I know that.

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