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Facebook Messaging For Profits 6

Facebook Messaging PopUps

Let’s start by creating a Popup, using the example in the interface. The format for this is Modal:

Click the small arrow to see your other choices:

The bar will sit at the top of the page. The Slide-In will do just that. It is a good way to call attention to the popup. The modal will ‘float’ over the content at your site. The page takeover will cover the whole screen and not allow them to consume any more content until they take action, either clicking to send a Message, or clicking the X to get rid of the widget.

You can embed a button or box in any page:

And you can create a specialized landing page:

We’re going to follow through with the default choice, Modal.

Your choices of format and detail to include will appear on the left and a preview of the item on your right.

There are 4 tabs in the menu:

Let’s look at them one by one.

The initial state is the widget it its first format. Your choices are:You don’t have to show a description-you can just use a large headline if you like.

In terms of the button type, with checkbox will make the above Send to Messenger Button look like this:

Note that the wording of the button will change as well when you add the checkbox.

You can change the colors using hex codes:

If you click on the colored dot, a color picker will drop down:

It shows the color and the hex code. If you click on the word, such as Background, a small box will open up for you to enter your own hex code.

If you want more colors, use a good online color picker like https://www.w3schools.com/colors/colors_picker.asp

Note that each color is written as the number symbol and then 6 letters or numbers. For example, white is FFFFFF and the gray they are using for the text of the message is E9E9E9. As you can see, the black is 212121.

The next choices are:

The button can be blue or white as well as small, medium, or large.You can add an image:

It should size correctly to the widget.

Choose the image placement. This first one is above the headline. It can also be above the description:

It can also be below the headline.

Once you have decided where to put the image, you need to determine when you want your widget to be shown, and how often.

These are the default settings. It is important to note that the code for this widget will be in JavaScript and will have to be uploaded to your website. So, when it mentions 30% scrolled, that is 30% of the length of your whole web page.

Other options include:

• Immediately-as soon as they arrive

• Exit intent-if they click on the X to leave your page

• When scrolling to an element with target ID (you can name an element, such as an image file name, to trigger the widget if they get that far down the page)

• Seconds have passed, such as 15 to 30 seconds after they have arrived at your page and gotten a chance to look around.

You can re-show the widget to the same person:

• Never
• Always
• Hours, such as 8 hours
• Days, such as 3 days.

Never means you might miss a marketing opportunity. Always might get annoying if they have already taken action on the widget. The default is 3 days.

If Manually Closed by A User, Show After offers the same 4 options:

• Never
• Always
• Hours, such as 8 hours
• Days, such as 3 days.

The default is Never. However, you could be leaving money on the table so again, consider how many days it should be per show.

We have left the defaults and customized the ad. So, this is what it looks like now:

On the next tab, you will control what the widget will look like once the data has been sent to Messenger. You can tweak it in a number of ways.

For example, the default color is green, the text and buttons are white. You might wish to change the appearance of your widgets on ManyChat to match your color scheme at your site.

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