Follow Along [Official Thread] MGID - Global Native Ads and Native Push Notifications Marketplace

jairene

Member
@MGID When you fund $500 on your first deposit, you will get a dedicated AM, right?
If you deposit less than $500 on your subsequent deposits, would you lose access to your dedicated AM?
 

Aptfxer

Member
So...
No Adult
Dating, Gambling, Forex, CFDs allowed - subject to approval of course
Is that broadly accurate?
 

MGID

Member
@MGID When you fund $500 on your first deposit, you will get a dedicated AM, right?
If you deposit less than $500 on your subsequent deposits, would you lose access to your dedicated AM?
Yes :) With your first $500 deposit, you get the bonus. And if the amount is below $500, you won't get the bonus!
 

MGID

Member
Hi, everyone :D It's time to consider PUSH NOTIFICATIONS. BEST PRACTICES :unsure:

Push notifications are short messages appearing in the user’s browser or a mobile device. They look like alerts in the top right-hand corner of desktops and on mobile screens.
  • Data proves that rich push notifications have 9,71% CTR, while simple push notifications reach only 6,88%. So, we suggest using banner images and various CTA buttons

  • Keep it short and clear. Remember that push notifications with 24 characters or fewer get the highest conversion rates.
  • Make it timely. We suggest studying your consumers’ habits to see when they prefer to receive notifications and adapt the alert timing to them.
  • Make it personal. People like to receive personalized messages as they create a feeling of uniqueness. Studies show that personalized push notifications generate higher conversion rates.

  • Tell users what to do. Notification should point at the next step. Use a clear call to actions like “open the app’’, “buy a … “, “get a discount X”.

  • Keep the browser/devices differences in mind. Browsers handle push notifications differently as do phone operating systems. For instance, only Android supports images in push notifications.
  • Do not overload people with push notifications. Your task is to interest, not annoy.
  • Use urgent phrasing: “2 days left! Furniture set at affordable price’’.

  • Speak in the first person: “Feel lonely? Me too, let’s chat’’

  • Use flattery - offer exclusivity: “You’ve been selected! Come and get your bathing suit” or pique curiosity: “It’s not what you think! 10 minutes to confirm”
  • Ask challenging questions: “Brave enough to start now? Tone muscles, lose weight”
  • Use a warning or reminder: “Warning! Do not enter this game! This will be your signal to attack”, “This Friday 7 PM - 9 PM. Salsa band class reminder!”
  • Grab the user’s attention by using selective capitalization. Important words will help the user scan and read the notifications faster.
What captions do you use for push notifications? Share with us your experience below in comments!

MGID team
 
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