I hate popups.
There is no denying that the word “mystery” has a magnetic pull:
(taken from kettleandfire.com)
Bonus: Notice the unconventional location for their close button. This isn’t a mistake. It’s very intentional. By placing it where users don’t expect it the marketer is buying 5 precious milliseconds for their message to register. Every millisecond counts.
Very cool. Just curious: what was the discount they offered?Reply
You know what? I was so intrigued by the message and in such a rush to blog about it I forgot to signup!Reply
This is genius! I actually like this popup.Reply
It registered enough for me to want to find out more 🙂 Impressive!Reply
I’m so happy to see your first comment, K. Glad you liked the concept. Comment more often. It makes me happy.Reply