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Pulse is the name for our social proof product that is a pop-up notification installed directly onto your website. Pulse shows notifications of real people taking action on your site.
We capture and display all your real time data through a specific pixel made just for you. Installing Pulse is simple and easy, only taking a few seconds to install directly onto the pages you want to Pulse to be on. Simply copy and paste the Pulse pixel into the header section of your webpage(s). Voila! You may now start creating campaigns to display your notifications.
After creating a campaign, creating a goal, selecting your notification type, setting a capture and display URL and customizing your display rules you will be all set! The process from signing-up for a free trial to see that profit-increasing notification pop-up won't take long at all.
Additionally, we offer multiple notification types (pictured above) that you can use directly on your website to increase credibility, create scarcity and boost the confidence of visitors. Pulse is customizable, we've created it to be able to change and adapt as your website goes through the ebbs and flows of traffic. With a few clicks you can change the timing, position and display rules for each campaign you launch.
Once you set at least one goal for your campaign, you now have access to a specialized marketing dashboard that will keep and record all your campaign analytics and data where you have the proof pixel installed. It shows the true impact of Pulse on your leads and sales. Wondering how many of your website's visitors have purchased a product? Make a goal for that, install the pixel on that page and Pulse will do the rest!
Still a little bit confused or have other questions? Search our Help Articles or reach out to Customer Support directly by using the blue chat bubble at the bottom right hand of your screen and someone will be right with you.
Best part of Pulse? Try it 14-days absolutely free! The four letter word that no one ever gets tired of hearing. Sign up for your free trial here.
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