Targeted Campaigns

Create Hyper-Targeted Campaigns

OptinMonster page-level targeting module allows you to create targeted campaigns for specific posts, pages, categories, or other areas on your site.

Hyper Targeted Campaigns

Once you enable the optin, you have the option to enable it globally on every page of the site. However if you want to segment your audience and build a hyper-targeted email list, then OptinMonster allows you to create optin forms for specific areas on your site.

With our page-level targeting module, you can easily target specific pages by entering the page ID. This is great if you have landing pages on WordPress for specific products or services.

If you want to broaden the segment, then OptinMonster allows you to target specific post categories. Simply select the categories, and OptinMonster will show the specific optin on all posts under that category. This is great for bloggers because it helps them segment their audience.

OptinMonster also has the option to broaden the display even further by targeting specific WordPress post type such as posts, pages, or any other custom post type. For example, if you have a coupons custom post type on your site, then you can show them a lightbox to signup for your coupons email list.

If you’re running an eCommerce site using WooCommerce or any other WordPress eCommerce plugins, then OptinMonster allows you to build an even more targeted list to increase your sales.

Aside from the WordPress controls, OptinMonster seamlessly integrate with the core grouping and segmenting functionality of your email provider. Currently, we support Aweber, MailChimp, Constant Contact, Campaign Monitor, and MadMimi. The API integration allows you to leverage the grouping feature rather than having to create separate lists. Most WordPress optin plugins do not have this feature.

We understand the value of hyper-targeted lists this is why we made sure to include the best features. Use our page-level targeting module to build a targeted email list and improve your open-rates and overall email conversions.