Trigger Page-Specific Campaigns on HTML Content
Why Use HTML Conditions?
Customize messages in your checkout flow
Show custom messages based on where your visitors are in your checkout flow
Show or hide SleekBoxes based on HTML content
Decide exactly what pages your SleekBoxes should be shown on
Create different SleekBoxes for multiple pages
Show different messages on pages with the same URL without worrying about annoying visitors
If you’re running an online business, it’s likely you have a checkout flow.
Now, let me ask you a question:
Does your checkout flow have the same URL structure throughout? Meaning the URL doesn’t change when potential buyers go through each checkout step?
If you do, our HTML condition is for you!
With our HTML condition, you can trigger custom SleekBoxes based on the HTML content of a specific page. This enables you to customize your message to where your visitors are in your checkout flow.
Are they at the beginning of the checkout? Then offer to save their cart.
Are they at the end? Convince visitors to complete their order with free shipping or a discount code (rather than abandon your site).
With HTML conditions, the options are endless.
Simple Two-Minute Setup
Here’s how to identify and set up HTML conditions for your SleekBoxes
Learn How You Can Use Our HTML Condition for Your Business
Hi there! Want to talk about how you can use HTML condition and our other features specifically on your website? Book a free, personalized demo with me or one of my talented colleagues and we'll give you a live tour of Sleeknote (including how and where you should use the HTML condition on your site.) Talk to you soon?
How Does HTML Conditions Work?
The HTML condition lets you hide or show a SleekBox based on the HTML content of a specific page.
This means if you have multiple pages under the same URL (such as your checkout), you can hide or show SleekBoxes on one or more of these individual pages.
The only thing you need to do is identify an HTML element on your page that’s unique, and then insert the id and value in the settings of your SleekBox.
Besides setting the HTML condition, you should also set a trigger for your SleekBox to make sure it’s shown at the right time.
Small Code = Big Difference
With just a small piece of HTML code, your SleekBoxes become even more personal and relevant to the individual visitor on your site
Just identify the id and value for your HTML element, then copy and paste that into the HTML condition in your SleekBox settings
Avoid URL Glitches
With the HTML condition, you avoid having the same SleekBox appear on all pages under the same URL
Collect Email Addresses
Turn your abandoning prospects into profitable leads by showing the right message to the right prospect at the right time during checkout.
“What I love about Sleeknote, is that it’s so easy to set up and manage. It’s a brilliant tool to make quick and simple slide-ins, but also a brilliant tool to make specific, segmented and detailed slide-ins.”
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Connect with Visitors
Is there a higher drop-off rate at a particular step in your checkout? Use an HTML-specific SleekBox to invite abandoning visitors to get in touch and get the feedback you need to optimize your checkout for higher conversions.
“We’ve tested a lot of different opt-in software, but after we found Sleeknote there was no turning back. With Sleeknote we got a tool with endless ways to customize and with a very intuitive and user-friendly interface.”
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Guide Your Visitors
Are potential buyers abandoning carts at the beginning of checkout? Show them an HTML-specific SleekBox when they’re about to leave and ask them to check out your size guide to help them choose the right size.
Ready to Increase Your Conversion Rates?
Increase personalization and conversion rates with HTML-triggered SleekBoxes. Now there’s only one thing left to do…