Hey! In this guide, we walk you through how to get started with your first popup on your website.

01 Select Domain

After logging into your account, scroll down to the domain section. Then select the domain you want to set up the popup for, as shown below.
In this case, I want to set up a popup for Japaneseknife, so we click it.


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02 Create popup

To set up a new popup,  click Create popup. Then you will see a whole list of all our popups templates here.
Now we want to create a popup to capture emails and names of your visitors, probably to email them your discount code etc., eventually.


03 Select popup template

To set up a new popup,  click Create popup. Then you will see a whole list of all our popups templates here.
Now we want to create a popup to capture emails and names of your visitors, probably to email them your discount code etc., eventually.

NOTE: There are over 30 popup templates available to choose from. Each popup template can be customized 1000s of ways. In addition you can upload your own image or design.

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04 Access the Dashboard

You will be directed to the dashboard, where you can set up your popup campaign.

05 Create a notification name

The first thing we want to do is create a name. In this case, it will be a “Jan 23 discount offer”.

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06 Add Title

Next, we get to the message. Feel free to be creative when setting up the message.

07 Add subtitle message

 For the subtitle message, we can use “we will email your quote to you.”

08 Add your placeholder text

The input placeholder showcases a short hint showing the field’s expected value. In our example, the input placeholder is “Your valid email.”

09 Button Text

Next is the button text. We can use “send to me” in this example.

10 Thank you URL column

In the Thank you URL column, If you want the popup to direct to a particular URL, you can input the URL where you want it to go. So you can start tracking how users are interacting.

11 Add Trigger

Now, let’s go to the next tab, “trigger.” 

Under trigger is where you select which page of your website you want this popup to display.

12 Add Display Trigger

Next, we will look at the “Display trigger.” The display trigger is what triggers the popup. For instance, there is a delay trigger. This triggers a popup after a preset time, starting when your visitors first open the page or website.

Display Triggers are highly important for your popup to work. In other words, if you need your visitors to see your popups,  display triggers are crucial for your popups to appear!

13 Add display duration

The next option is “display duration.” How long do you want your popup to stay on the screen when it is triggered? It is set in seconds (10,20,30 secs etc.). If you want it to display forever, you have to insert “-1”.

14 Add Display Position

“Display Position.” This helps control the location of your popup. There are nine different positions – the top, top center, top right, middle left, middle center, middle right, bottom left, bottom centre and bottom right. So it’s up to you to choose where you want your popup to be on the site.

15 Add overlay

This means your popup will cover the entire screen when it is triggered. This is always good for exit intent popups. It’s always good to have an overlay with exit intent so that when the user wants to leave the site, the popup appears, and then it covers it with an irresistible offer.

16 Branding

If you use a free account, you will not be able to remove the brand, but in a paid account, you can remove the branding.

17 Add Display Target Country

The next option is “select display target country .” You can target your popups to appear in specific countries. You can target as many countries as you want. For instance, you want to choose the United States and the United Kingdom. The popup will only appear to website visitors from the two countries. It won’t appear to visitors outside these countries.

Using the display target country feature can further boost your conversion. Showcase country-specific offers that will best interest the specific location according to their culture and other characteristics.

18 Add Referrer

The next option is the referrer. This means “where the visitor is coming from.” Let’s assume you’re running an ad on Facebook. On Facebook, people click your ad and visit your site. You can choose this option to enable the popup to appear only to people who are coming to your website from Facebook.

19 Customize Tab

The next tab is “Customize.” It is where you design the popup to your aesthetic taste.

20 Change Customization

You can make the following customizations:

Subtitle color – This will change the color of the subtitle. 

Subtitle font – This will change the font. 

Subtitle font size – You can increase or reduce the font size according to your preference

21 Add Images and Change Background

The background option can be used to change the image or gradient.

If you want to add an image, you can do it in two ways. The first is by copying an image URL or address from a section of your website. Then paste it into the field provided in the background.

The second option is by uploading the image manually. Click “Upload Image from Gallery Section” and then click choose file, select the image, and upload it.

22 Align or remove border

In the input box, you can change the border or remove it.

23 Customize Button

In the “button,” you can change the button background color to anything you prefer. You can also make changes to the width and font size.

24 Change Animation

Animation is the visual effect you want to popup to have on your site: slide up, fade out, etc. You can choose anyone you prefer or like. 

Animation is best used when you want to capture attention, like welcome offers or lead-capture pop-ups. It’s also an effective way to take an otherwise “simplistic” or “basic” promotion and boost its visual appeal and engagement.

25 Add Integration

The next tab is integration.

Integration is where you want the user data to go when they complete their form. We are still working on integrating any possible platform at the moment you can integrate. With LeadForza, you can connect your popup to WordPress, MailChimp, SendInBlue and the like via a webhook.



Next is to activate the campaign by clicking on the toggle beside the campaign name.

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