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The annoying pop ups on the content are unbearable. Pass.
yes, not sure why a site with such great traffic resorts to such aggressive tactics, but I assume they must have tested it.
They have tested it, and fortunately or unfortunately, the popups work. Quite a bit actually.
This is the best thing I've read in months together.
Mani, I co-wrote this. Thanks for the props. I'm writing one more guide with Neil that underscores the importance of consumer psychology in automation. Keep your eyes peeled :)
Noticed it already Ritika. Great job there! Looking out for the next one. (Already following you. ;))
Don’t you guys think the spam over the content is horrible? I understand it *might* lead to traffic but surly this can’t lead to quality traffic, I bet non of us has clicked any of the popups. Did anyone, from this small test population clicked / subscribed to any of the popups on quick sprout?
Probably not, but then again, I don't think we're exactly the target market.
While I agree Neil's popups are a little aggressive, the truth is, they work and they work really well.
On average, those kind of popups lead to about 30% more conversions. Can you think of a better way?
To the people annoyed by the popups, use Evernote Web Clipper to put the article into your Evernote account and read it without the popups.
The highlights of Chap. 2 and 3 were invaluable !! I think I have come across with something very useful after a long gap !!
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