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After much waiting, Microsoft Edge now supports Web Push Notifications in its live version. Among the leading browsers, chrome and firefox were supporting push notifications, and now Microsoft Edge is added to the list. We are also happy to share that now PushEngage supports Microsoft Edge Browser. The Edge Web Push Notification works in a similar fashion as in Chrome or Firefox. As per the official report – Microsoft Edge is fully integrated with the…

If you run a content site, you might be looking to increase the traffic to your website. Current algorithm changes with Facebook have impacted the organic traffic from social channels, and the ad blockers have impacted the ad revenue for content sites. Web Push Notifications, which is a newly launched channel can increase traffic by 30 to 40% to your content websites. Your customers are looking for fresh content on your site, and want to be…

Push Notifications on Browsers is a relatively new marketing channel and user experiences for this channel are still evolving. When a web visitor on your website subscribes to email, he is used to getting a verification email and/or welcome email. With PushEngage you can start sending a free push notification to your subscribers. When a user subscribes to Push Notification on your site, it is a good idea to send out a Welcome Notification. This helps…

You have installed Browser Push Notification on your website and you have collected a good amount of push subscribers. You want to check the performance of push notification in Desktop Browsers vs Mobile Browsers. You want to test different content for mobile browser push notifications and different for the desktop browser. Now, this is possible with PushEngage. PushEngae offers default segmentation based on geo, device, browser and more. In the subscriber analytics, you can see the…