For the first time ever, you can use Unbounce to convert across all your web properties with Embeddable CTAs.
What is an Embeddable CTA?An Embeddable CTA is a targeted, relevant and value-driven overlay that helps you convert more of the traffic on your website, blog, landing page or online store.
You’ve probably already seen CTAs embedded across the web in the form of Overlays, Sticky Headers/Footers and Inline Content with activation rules that let you present an offer to the right visitor at exactly the right time in the right way.
Now, you can use Unbounce to do that.
How does it work?**First, [turn it on in labs](https://app.unbounce.com/settings/edit)**.
Second, decide how you’ll use your Embeddable CTA(s). For instance:
Capture leads on blog posts
Reduce shopping cart abandonment
Convert first-time visitors on your homepage
Third, build it. Building an Embeddable CTA is exactly the same as building an Unbounce landing page. Start with a template or build from scratch. Once you’re happy with the design, you’ll set the trigger and frequency of the Embeddable CTA.
What functionality is available in the beta today?
- Choose from 14 different templates to jumpstart the design and creation of your Embeddable CTA.
Configure your Embeddable CTA to appear immediately when the visitor arrives on the page (On Arrival), before visitors abandon the page (On Exit) or after they’ve spent a specified amount of time on the page (After Delay)
See the three trigger types in action right here.
- Specify which set of pages you would like the Embeddable CTA to appear on. Have it appear only on a specific page, on any page that matches text from the URL, or on a page that contains specific URL parameters (like matching a specific UTM parameter passed through from a PPC campaign).
Can anyone join the open beta?Today, the Embeddable CTA beta is open to all Unbounce customers on paid plans.
It’s important to remember that this functionality is still in beta, so as you’re testing, we’re still building! Expect regular feature updates and improvements during the trial.
We’ll keep you up to date as the beta progresses and you’ll be informed of any major changes moving forward.