What Are MagickBars?

Hey all!

In our previous posts and videos, we have set up timers on ClickMagick and created our MagickPops.

In this video, I wanted to show you how to create a MagickBar – a nice bar at the top or bottom of ANY webpage that allows cloaking that stays there even if the user scrolls up or down.

This is especially useful if you don’t actually have control over the site and still want to get your offers and products across, or just get someone’s contact information. This is particularly useful if you have banners and just want to cover your entire bar with a banner (or several of them).

In our example in the video, we just create a MagickBar and insert our timer into it, saying that this person has x amount of time left before their offer expires. We went to ‘content’, then clicked on ‘MagickBars’ and said ‘create new bar’. The setup in there is pretty straightforward as well and you can just select the options you want and then fill up your banner. You can insert images, add/adjust text, etc… Kind of like what Microsoft Word would have available for you.

Once you do that, just save the MagickBar and apply it to the website of your choice, which was some dog training website in our example. You should see the MagickBar at the top or bottom!

That’s it!

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Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next video!

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