How to Set Overlay for a Specific Page

 

Target specific pages with pop-up overlays in Picreel to tailor your promotions and analyze page-specific traffic for better results.

 

Use Case: Imagine you run an e-commerce site. You want to offer a discount pop-up only on your "Special Offers" page and exclude it from product pages.

 

By setting overlays for a specific page, you can:

 

1. Targeted Promotions: Promote offers relevant to specific page content.
2. In-Depth Analysis: Analyze visitor behavior on pages with pop-up overlays.

 

To Set Overlay for a Specific Page on Your Website

 

Step 1: Login to your Picreel dashboard, and click ‘Campaigns’ on the side panel. Find the campaign you want to customize and click on 'Settings.'

 

campaign  settings

 

Step 2: On the campaign settings page,

  • In the campaign settings page, navigate to 'Basic Settings.'

  • You can choose to apply a campaign for the whole site or some pages by picking the right combination. Mention the word relating to a page where you wish to show/hide the pop-up.

  • Click ‘Save’ to finalize your changes.

 

campaign settings

 

Defining Page Targeting

 

  • Contains: Display on URLs containing a specific term (e.g., "blog"). For example, if you put "blog" in the field, the overlay fires on http://www.yoursite.com/blog/some_article and other links that have "blog" in it.
  • Does not contain: Exclude certain URLs (e.g., specific blog articles).
  • Equals: Show the overlay on specific URLs (e.g., "product/checkout"). For example, you can insert http://www.yoursite.com/product/checkout in the field.
  • Does not equal: Avoid showing the overlay on specific URLs

 

The following example may help you better understand when you want to set an overlay for a specific page:

 

Activate the campaign on a specific page(s) by clicking the ‘Add URL’ button. In the dropdown menu, you may choose where to show or hide your campaign.

 

For example, your website address is "www.my_site.com.” You want to show your pop-up only to blog readers at "www.my_site.com/blog" and don’t want to show it on specific blog articles -- "www.my_site.com/blog/5-tips, www.my_site.com/blog/marketing-strategy".

 

Here’s what the configuration should look like:

 

Configuring overlay for specific pages

 

That's it! You've successfully set up an overlay for a specific page.

 

That is all about setting up an overlay on a specific page. If you encounter any issues or have any questions, feel free to our support team.

 

 

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