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Push notifications are an important tool used by many industries to re-engage users. But the same should be used effectively to update the users or making them aware by sending updates as per their interests. To make it more efficient and quick we have introduced the image library. Using a large image in push notification has a big impact on the performance of the campaign. What Is Image Library and How It Works? Image Library…

To use Push Single Step Opt-in you must have the following – HTTPS WebsiteAccess to the root directory How to Enable Push Single Step Opt-in on your website Step 1 – Login to your PushEngage account using your credentials and navigate to Settings > Installation Settings. Step 2 – On the dashboard select the HTTPS tab and copy the JS code present. Add it to the HTML of your website and save it. Step 3 – From…

Drip Autoresponder is very powerful and you can get higher engagements with your subscribers. Drip Marketing is mostly known in e-mail marketing where you can send a series of promotional e-mails to users. But you can send the drip to your customers in the form of a web push as well. You can use drip in e-commerce business to increase sales and re-engagement. Once you have created a series of notification as a drip campaign using…

With PushEngage you can segment your users based on their activities, page visit, geo-location, device and browser used at the time of subscription, and the date of the subscription. Now, you can also add Conditional and Logical operators "And", "Or" while sending a segmented notification to your subscribers for better results. Earlier with PushEngage, every segment that was added in the "Include Segment" and "Exclude Segment" field used to follow the AND Condition. But after…

As your website serves in multiple geographies and you have users across the globe you would want to engage with them when your users are active. Also, it is evident that all the users are not active at the same time that you can leverage to notify them. You can schedule your notifications for particular geolocations at the time when users are active but this requires to schedule multiple notifications for each of the time zones.…

Form abandonment occurs when users filling an HTML form and leaves without submitting it. The form can be a single page form or multiple pages. For a multi-page form, it usually refers to the last page of the form. But if a user fills details on the first few pages and then leaves the form in between even then it will be known as from abandonment. Similar to cart abandonment, form abandonment is also a…

With PushEngage you can now personalize your drip campaigns bypassing the Country and the City name. When a user subscribes to push notification we capture the geolocation of the subscriber at the time of subscription. Now, you can use such details and send a personalized web push to your subscriber as per their Geo-Location. Who Can Use It? This feature is available only from Large Business Plan onwards and for the custom plan who are using…

What is the AMP Pages? AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Page. It is an open source Framework from Google and Twitter that helps to load content on the mobile pages quickly. It displays the content which is important and removes the one that takes time to load on your site and affects the site performance. Google now supports web push AMP extensions that allow subscription on AMP Pages. Hence it is a great opportunity for…

What is Exclude URL in Push Notification Opt-in? You can show opt-in on selected pages of your website by adding the appropriate URL on your PushEngage Dashboard. It allows you to send a targeted notification to segments to optimize your push notification campaign. How Exclude URL in Push Notification works? To install PushEngage web push notification you need to add the JS code to the HTML of your website. We have the code present in…

You have configured Web Push Notification on your website. A subscription box for Push Notification is live as well. Visitors coming to your website are subscribing to your push notification by clicking on "Allow". Once they click Allow, they are subscribed to your push notification. However, there are a lot of people who clicked on “Deny” or “Block”. So what happens to this set of visitors? Will they receive your Push Notification? The answer is…