Exit Intent Pop-up

The Exit Intent pop-up is a way of encouraging users not to leave a website.

The pop-up may be displayed when, for example, the user moves their cursor near the exit button of the browser window.

Exit pop-ups are particularly useful when a user is about to cancel a desired Action such as completing a purchase or submitting a form.

More about exit intent pop-ups:

Exit Intent Pop-Ups: Ins and Outs Of Keeping Visitors On Your Site

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