Screenshot showing the Sumo dashboard Under Visibility, copy the Embed Code: Screenshot showing the Sumo dashboard Step. Go to your WordPress dashboard and under Appearance Menus, find your main navigation menu. Add a Custom Link, and paste the Click Trigger Embed Code into both the URL and Link Text fields: Screenshot showing a WordPress website Press Add to Menu. When the Click Trigger is in the Menu Structure section, remove the URL field so the only populated field is the Then, create the popup that you want to appear when your
Trigger is in the Menu Structure
Navigation Label field: Screenshot showing a site Press Save Menu. Step 3: Test the Click Trigger, and then start rolling in the email conversions like The Hack: Create targeted popups within your existing blog posts. Links to blog posts are removed less than links to landing pages in guest Saudi Arabia WhatsApp Number List posts. If you’re blogging, guest posting is a strong way to check a lot of boxes on your “marketing to-do” list. You get backlinks, shares, relationships and email subscribers from the same type of content you’d write for your own site. So you write a guest post, pitch it, create a landing page with a sweet content upgrade.
If you’re blogging, guest posting is
But then something weird happens. Your post is published and all those links to your landing page are gone. See ya, new email addresses. The editor removed all of your links. Womp womp. But let me let you in on a secret. Most editors don’t remove useful links as long as you aren’t shamelessly linking to everything. That means links that lead to helpful articles stay in your guest post. And guess what? This hack takes advantage of those links to get more emails without a call to action OR a landing page. HOW TO CASH IN ON THIS HACK I’ve got my black ski mask on, because this one feels a bit sneaky (but you’ll love it).