For customers with many pages on their site or blog, manually configuring which pages will have Pop-ups displayed or ignored can be a big challenge.
Where to display the Pop-up
In RD Station Marketing, you can configure the Pop-up to be displayed on pages that begin with a particular URL. You can set your Pop-up to display on all pages that start with http://myblog.mydomain.com, for example.
Generally, this option is used to differentiate Pop-ups that appear on the website from those shown on the blog, and vice versa.
These settings are used because, in most cases, they relate to offers from different stages. The website is more focused on Bottom of the Funnel whereas the Blog has greater focus on the Top of the Funnel. But use cases can be more diverse and you can use your creativity. Simply analyze the structure of your site's URLs and make the necessary adaptations.
To help you with this, check out these examples:
Typically, URL structures are divided by subdomains or folders. See below for some common examples:
Do not display Pop-up
If you do not want to display your Pop-up on your site, blog or other URL pattern, this is also possible. With a use case similar to the one above, you can look up a reverse path, looking to deny a certain URL pattern.
Suppose, for example, you want your Pop-up to appear on all pages except those of your site, which is quite common. Configure these pages using the option Do not display the Pop-up and you're all set: