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Exitgrabber and Google Adwords chuckee msg:4021114 11:49 pm on Nov 7, 2009 (gmt 0) Hi, I looked at my Google Analytics stats today, and I have an average bouncerate of over 60%. I am wanting to try to reduce this. Does anyone know if a script called 'Exitgrabber' is OK with Adwords? It just puts a slide-in window on to the webpage if some moves their mouse away to click the Back button or enter another URL. It doesn't actually bring up a popup window or dialogue box. I really want to reduce my bouncerate. Thanks
LucidSW msg:4021237 3:20 pm on Nov 8, 2009 (gmt 0)
No popups, popunders of any kind are allowed. Dlocks msg:4021273 5:37 pm on Nov 8, 2009 (gmt 0)
It doesn't actually bring up a popup window or dialogue box. LucidSW is correct. A slide-in window is the same. If a user would like to navigate away from your site then you are not allowed to interrupt the users decision. lgn1 msg:4021745 4:47 pm on Nov 9, 2009 (gmt 0)
They may exit but come back at a later date, or via the back button.
If you interfere with the user's exit process, you can be guaranteed that they will never come back!
Marlon msg:4022524 5:59 pm on Nov 10, 2009 (gmt 0)
You can, however, have a popup or popunder trigger with a mouse click. So, for example, click here to see the coupon code can have a popup since it's user initiated.