Picreel offers Exit Intent Technology, analyzing mouse movement and detecting when website visitors make exiting steps. When this behavior starts, PicReel triggers an appropriate popup relevant to the visitor. Picreel encourages the website visitors to sign up for a newsletter, update, or offer; download an app, file or white paper; or take part in a survey. Exit Intent Technology helps your website to grab more leads and convert traffic into sales by recovering exiting visitors. The app offers free and customizable designs, A/B testing, email marketing integration, and a unique dashboard displaying real-time statistical data.
How can I send my leads to VerticalResponse ?
To send your leads to VerticalResponse, follow these steps:
- Click on the Leads category on the left side of your screen. There you can find emails entered via pop-ups.
- Click the Export to Mail Apps button and select the VerticalResponse icon in the pop-up window that appears.
- Enter your List ID. You can find the value using your VerticalResponse account. See the instruction below.
- In the pop-up window, choose your campaign from which you want to send the leads. Copy your List ID in the field that is next to the chosen campaign. Press Assign.
Now you need to get your Api Key. Please, see the instruction below.
Check Live export after submit to save all your leads automatically.
Getting your Vertical Response Api Key and List ID.
To get your Vertical Response Api Key, follow these steps:
- While you are in the Leads section of Picreel system, click the Export to Mail Apps button and select the Vertical Response icon in the pop-up window that appears.
- Click Connect to VerticalResponse. Please, see the screenshot below.
Login to your Vertical Response account after you are redirected. See the screenshot below.
To find your Vertical Response List ID, follow these steps:
1. Login to your Vertical Response account.
2. Navigate to Contacts on the left side of your screen.
3. Choose your list of contacts. You can find the corresponding List ID in the URL; it consists of numbers. Please, see the screenshot below.