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"One good test is worth a thousand expert opinons" - Wernher von Braun Quite literally. If this question had 1000 answers, and 900 of them said "Go with option A", that still wouldn't guarantee it was the right solution for you. Of course, experience, expertise, and intuition are important tools - we can confidently say without testing that a form ...


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There is no "best" time for anything out of context. As others have suggested, this is the kind of thing you should test. A quick Google search shows the potential for wide variety of results: Unbounce - Get Subscribers from Popups The best time to show a pop-up is 60 seconds after your visitors enter your site. How to raise your email opt-in ...


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Poor context = poor UX Yes, the pop-up looks like an advertisement. Yes, knee-jerk adverse reactions are to be expected. That is because most ads are not relevant and serve as a disruption/distraction: they are in poor context. The optimal time is when it is relevant and beneficial to the user. Showing an initially irrelevant screen is raising the barrier ...



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