A perfect Popup must catch the reader’s eye at the right moment, compel them to take action immediately, move subscribers automatically to the next step in the relationship, and deliver consistent results every time…like the perfect salesperson!
Hustle is your perfect Popup salesperson!
Hustle integrates powerful sales, marketing, and lead generation methods like social sharing, email opt-in forms, popups, slide-ins, widgets, embeds, and after post opt-ins into one perfect plugin.
Even better, Hustle works seamlessly with our entire suite of award-winning plugins and works beautifully on all kinds of WordPress setups like Multisite installations.
“This is hands down the best popup plugin for WordPress there is. It’s so easy to use, configure and customize and the interface is also super cool…” – AmidaC
In this article, we look at what makes a perfect popup and show you how to successfully create one using Hustle.
We’ll cover the following areas:
We have a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get started…
Perfect Popup Design: Creating Beautiful Attention-grabbing and Effective Popups with Ease
Hustle’s intuitive and completely customizable design settings let you create the perfect popup. You can tweak everything from colors and animations to typography, layouts, borders, spacing, drop shadows, CSS styles, and more.
Create your own popup and tweak its design elements to your heart’s content!
Design Your Own…or Use Our Professionally-designed Templates
Hustle comes with beautifully designed templates created by professional designers and conversion experts!
Hustle makes it easier than ever to build great looking modules in minutes with professionally designed templates.
Our popup templates are mobile responsive (of course!) and they also give you a choice of email opt-in forms and informational designs (where users click a button and are sent to another page).
For example, here is a template you can use to create an informational popup…
However, if collecting subscribers’ email addresses works better
This article was written by Martin Aranovitch and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.