6 Inspiring WooCommerce Popup Campaigns to Supercharge Your Store

WooCommerce currently powers 28% of all e-commerce websites (according to WooCommerce), making it one of the leading e-commerce software providers.

If you are a WooCommerce store owner, popups should be part of your marketing strategy. Here’s why:

To help your kick start popup strategy we gathered 4 campaigns from top WooCommerce stores and dissected what made them so good.

The simple email popup

a woocommerce popup on BoodyWear

Source: boodywear.com

Targeting: displayed to new visitors on landing, this simple email popup allows the website to catch new visitors before they get a chance to leave. It also helps convert new visitors into shoppers.
Copy: the headline is very catchy and highlights a clear benefit for new subscribers.
Design: both the overlay and the popup match the website color and graphic identity: the popup doesn’t breach user navigation. The call-to-action is very visible.

The exit popup

an exit popup example on overclothing.com

Source: overclothing.com

Trigger: displayed on exit, this popup catches the visitors before they navigate away (statistically, exit popups outperform landing popups so, in terms of conversion rate, it’s a good idea)
Copy: the headline is simple and straightforward.
Design: again this exit popup matches the website’s identity perfectly. Dimming the background allows the user to focus on the popup.

The sweepstakes popup

a sweepstakes popup example on a woocommerce website: underwearexpert.com

Source: underwearexpert.com

Trigger: displayed to all visitors on landing, the popup reaches the largest possible audience.
Copy: the headline is clear and appealing. The note below the call-to-action contributes to reassure the user.
Design: the big photo helps the users picture the prize. The overall design is simple and focuses the attention on the headline.

The lead magnet

Lead magnet example woocommerce

Source: cymatics.fm

Trigger: the popup appears when the user clicks a call-to-action to download a freebie.
Copy: The headline clearly reminds the user of the freebie. The call-to-action also insists on the download rather than the sign-up. The privacy notice helps to sweep the last objections aside.
Design: The design is very simple and matches the website’s visual identity.

The call-to-action popup

A call-to-action popup example on qwic.nl, an ecommerce website running on WordPress/WooCommerce

Source: qwic.nl

Trigger: the call-to-action appears as soon as the user lands on the website. The popup itself is displayed only when the visitors click the call-to-action.
Design: The mail icon is very simple and non-intrusive. Yet, its bright colors make it highly visible.

The announcement popup

A simple announcement popup displayed on WooCommerce-powered website Femme&Fierce

Source: femmeandfierce.nl

Trigger: the popup is displayed when the visitor opens the homepage.

Copy: the popup features a catchy headline followed by a short message. Simple and efficient!

Design: The two-columns design allowed Femme & Fierce’s team to add an attractive visual taken from their new collection. The popup could be even better with a clear call-to-action.


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  • Design beautiful popups which match your website design in just a few clicks
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