ConvertBox allows you to easily set goals for an individual ConvertBox or an entire group of ConvertBoxes. Once a visitor meets the goal you set they will no longer be shown the ConvertBox.
Setting a goal for an individual ConvertBox
Setting a goal for a single ConvertBox means when a visitor meets your goal the ConvertBox will no longer show to that visitor.
To add a goal to your ConvertBox, go to the editor and select the Goals tab then turn on goals and select your desired goal. Options shown in this selection will vary depending on what elements you have in your ConvertBox.
Once you have set your goal any visitors who meet that goal will no longer see your ConvertBox.
Setting a goal for an entire Group
Setting a goal for an entire Group means that when the goal is met the Group and all of the ConvertBoxes contained inside will no longer show to that visitor.
To set a goal for your Group, open your group and select “Settings”.
In the Group settings modal turn on goals and select your desired goal.
Examples of when to use goals
Goals are flexible and useful for many situations depending on your objective. Here’s a couple of examples of how you may want to consider using goals.
Example 1 (Single ConvertBox goal)
You have one offer showing to your visitors but you don’t want it to show again if the visitor has clicked the button. In this situation you do not need to use a Group goal, instead in the editor simply set the goal in your ConvertBox to “Has clicked a button”.
Example 2 (Group ConvertBox goal)
You have two ConvertBoxes with the same objective (to get a lead). One ConvertBox is directing the visitor to a special opt-in page, while the other ConvertBox on your blog is asking visitors to subscribe to your newsletter directly. In this situation you can set individual goals for each ConvertBox, then add both in the same Group and set the Group goal to “Met the goal of any ConvertBox in this campaign”. Now when a visitor meets the goal of any ConvertBox both messages will stop showing.