ClickFunnels: What Are Clickpops and How to Use Them

What is a clickpop?: 0:05

How to get the clickpop code: 1:15

What to do with the clickpop code and which part to put where: 3:05

Hey all!

In this video, I show you how to use the ClickFunnels clickpop. It’s basically another popup that you can use either on a ClickFunnels page or any webpage you want! You would simply need to select ANY page you want to have popup, and then click on ‘clickpop’ in the settings.

This is a useful tool if you want more than 1 popup on your ClickFunnels page or you want a much more prominent popup that will fill up the whole page or grey out the entire background so the attention goes to the popup.

The way you would do this is grab the clickpop code from the ‘publishing’ option bar on the page you want to use as a popup. I would use a notepad for this and just copy and paste the entire code in there, but then separate 2 sections, everything after the ‘script’ and before the ‘script’ should be separate from the first section. This is because the first part of that code is for the actual popup URL and any delays or ‘on mouse exit’ commands, whereas the second part is the actual code that is necessary to make the popup properly appear.

The other 2 options you have when taking your clickpop code is the time delay in seconds and the ‘on mouse exit’ feature. This will allow you to determine whether you want the popup to appear x amount of seconds after the page loads or have it pop up as the user is about to leave the page. You can also input the custom link text and the image. For the text, that is not necessary since we can just input our URL into any text and hyperlink it to show the popup when clicked. For the image however, I would recommend pasting the actual URL of the clickpop page and not using the feature available in clickpops since then you will also need to use some HTML to center the image and adjust it’s size, which can be a headache.

But after you copy the ClickFunnels clickpop code, you can go to any webpage you want to and insert that code into the footer section of the page. So the entire code that we copied should be pasted here. Now, if you load the page, the popup should show depending on the time delay or ‘exit on mouse’ feature you have selected.

However, if you want the clickpop to show up after clicking on any button or text, you would need to copy only the first URL you see in the code we copied form the first part – the one starting with ‘https’ and ending with the apostrophe. You can copy that clickpop URL and just paste it into whatever button or text you want to have it associated with so that you clickpop will show!

That’s it!

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