Wishloop Review – How To Attract And Convert Customers

Wishloop Review

If you want to build your email list and engage with visitors to your site, Wishloop is for you.

It comprises four main components called Amplify, Engage, Capture and Share. These create full screen calls to action, pop-ups, landing pages and calls to action on shared links.

The unique step process used in the software allows you to easily segment your subscribers as they come into your system.

As someone who has been using Wishloop for three years I can confirm its effectiveness and reliability.

 Wishloop Review of Main Components

1. Amplify
Amplify is a full screen call to action and an ideal attention grabber. This is especially useful as it allows you to show off your special deals, highlight a lead magnet for a subscription, offer time limited deals and many other variants.

There is a wide selection of templates available for your use or for you modify them to fit your requirements. This is the real beauty of Wishloop. You can create something tailored exactly for you.

2. Engage

Engage is what you would expect of the more traditional popups. But that’s only the beginning.
It is the versatility of where and when the popups appear that really sets this in a class of its own.

You can specify which pages(s) the popup shows on and to who gets to see it. Then you can specify when it appears a choice of after x seconds, on exit content, on page close, scrolling and my favourite, manual. With manual you can have a popup appear as the mouse rolls over a button or an image of your choice.

Again there’s a bundle of templates to choose from and you can see some examples. The opacity of the templates is variable so you can choose to make it look like a traditional popup or have the background obscure the page behind it.

Some of the templates are multi-step but again the versatility of the system allows you add as many steps as you want. The use of the multi-step lets you get “mini commitments” from potential subscribers.

So instead of a “subscribe here” popup, you could have a “see our special offers” which is an easy first click then allows you to lead the prospect into your funnel.

3. Capture

 

Capture is where you make your landing pages, which can be as simple or as complicated as you want.  Using the Wishloop plugin (if you’re a WordPress user) you can add the landing page to your site rather redirecting to the Wishloop page.  Html users can do it via code. This provides a natural looking link.

As you would expect there is a wide choice of templates in the software.  Once you’ve directed prospects to your landing page from you blog, ad, Facebook post or wherever this is where you can easily segment your subscribers. Only your imagination limits you. Below is a landing page I quickly created

 

 

Clicking on Beginner, Intermediate or Experienced leads to different versions of the page below, but each has a different tagwhen they enter the autoresponder list. This allows much more effective communications to the subscribers by pitching the correct level of content.

 

 

See examples of the Amplify,Engage and Capture on my Wishloop YouTube Playlist

 

Share/iQueue

In any Wishloop review we have consider the Share/iQueue option. This  allows you to add a call to action to links you share.  This seems to work by creating a copy of the relevant page/post with your call to action appearing after a specified period. If the viewer closes your call to action, they then see the “real” page/post.

Unfortunately it doesn’t work with every site. The large multinational sites such as CBS etc seem to have added coding to their sites to prevent this. However it works most of the time and is a very useful lead generator.

Within Wishloop you can schedule posting of these items to your social accounts. It is a handy schedule you can set up well in advance.

To Summarise My Wishloop Review

 

Wishloop is a pretty good software suite to help you automate your interactions and lead captures. It’s ultra easy to use and delivers top quality landing pages and calls to action. The support is excellent as I have discovered over the last three years.

The prices are very competitive, although if starting I would avoid the iQueue option, which at $37pm seems a lot for what you get. The current actions package at $47pm is very competitive and I think represents excellent value. But that’s one for you to decide.

Having all these tools in one place is the clincher for me. If you enjoyed this Wishloop review please feel free to comment below.

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Wishloop Review 17/2/19