We're still going to allow people to share this content to condemn it, just like we do with other problematic content. Because it's an important part of how we discuss what is socially acceptable. However, we're going to add prompts to tell people they are. Shared content may violate our policies.a move that has led to a new push by the try to prevent the social platform from adding any such annotations. Zuckerberg has previously criticized Twitter's approach in this regard.
We only want to show the Welcome Mat to people visiting from your guest post. We need to add one more rule so your Mat only shows to people coming from your guest post. Screenshot showing the Sumo dashboard You select Referrer URL, Telemarketing list then type in your guest post’s URL. Do this and only people from your guest post will see the Welcome Mat. When it comes to your popup, you want to create it with your audience in mind. You know what site they’re coming from, so speak to that authority: Screenshot showing a Sumo popup If people came from Jeff Bullas’ site and saw this popup, they’d be more likely to opt-in
That’s because I know what site they came from, which means they’re fans of Jeff. You can play off the same authority in your popup, too. And that’s it! You’ve now set up an editor-proof hack that makes your guest posts 10x more valuable. You don’t have to worry about your CTA being cut because your links to blog posts will help you build a killer list. The Hack: Setting up popup display rules for each of your main traffic sources will show which traffic source converts best (and you need 0 Google Analytics knowledge for this). If you know what channels convert the best, you can double-down in