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How Leadboxes Work

This article gives an overview of what Leadboxes are, and the different options for publishing them. Throughout this guide, we'll cover:

  • What Leadboxes are
  • The three types of Leadboxes we offer 
  • The difference between Leadboxes and Leadpages

What are Leadboxes?

Our Leadboxes are opt-in forms that can be triggered automatically, by time or action, or manually, by a user clicking an image, button, or link. They can be standalone elements (such as on your website) or part of a Leadpage. 

A Standalone Leadbox:

A Leadbox built into a Leadpage:

PLEASE NOTE: You may hear Leadboxes and “opt-in form” used interchangeably when describing a Leadbox embedded in a Leadpage. Please also note that Leadboxes from your Leadpages will not show up in your list of standalone Leadboxes, but are accessible through the Leadpages they were created in. 

Leadboxes can be placed on any platform which allows for the use of HTML and JavaScript, such as WordPress, Squarespace, or your own site.

There are 3 types of Leadboxes.

Each type of Leadbox is triggered by a unique set of conditions. You can publish a Leadbox as any of these three types:

Standard Leadbox

Standard Leadboxes are triggered by clicking on a link, image or button. In other words, a standard Leadbox is triggered manually by a visitor.

Popup Leadbox

Popup Leadboxes are triggered after a certain amount of time has passed or a certain number of page views have occurred. Popup Leadboxes have options to determine how long to wait, or how many times a visitor must view a page, before the Leadbox appears. There is also an option to force the Leadbox to wait a number of days before it pops up again.

Exit Leadbox

Exit Leadboxes are triggered when a user on a given page moves their mouse in a fashion that indicates an intent to exit the page. Normally, this is a rapid movement toward one of the topmost corners of the browser window. Exit Leadboxes also have an option to force the Leadbox to wait a number of days before being triggered again. 

PLEASE NOTE: Timed and Exit Leadboxes do not work on mobile devices, but Standard Leadboxes do. For more information, please see: Are Leadboxes Mobile-Friendly?

What is the difference between Leadpages and Leadboxes?

Leadpages and Leadboxes can be thought of as two different tools to collect lead data, each with their own advantages. For Leadpages, we have dozens of templates to choose from so you can give your page visitors tons of reasons that may prompt them to opt-in on your page. On the other hand, Leadboxes work well when you might want to collect opt-ins on a page that isn’t a “landing page” by design — such as on blog posts, in a sidebar on your site, or in other similar situations. 

For a more detailed look at how you can effectively use Leadpages and Leadboxes together, (and as a bonus, how to use Leadlinks), please feel free check out our blog post here: Leadpages, Leadboxes or Leadlinks: When Should You Use Each?
You may also enjoy our posts on how some customers are using Leadboxes here: https://blog.Leadpages.net/category/Leadboxes/

 

(Updated 06/14/2016)


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