Web Push Notifications

What are web push notifications?

Web push is a small rectangular message that is displayed to the recipient in the corner of the computer screen or smartphone via a web browser.

What's important, these messages appear even when the user is not using the app or website!

You do not need an email address or any personal information.

This makes web push notifications extremely effective.

How exactly does it look like?

Push notification contains the following elements:

  1. Title

  2. Description

  3. URL address (link)

  4. Icon / small image

How effective are they?

Very effective. According to our statistics, they are actually much more effective than emails.

How exactly does it work?

Web push notifications are handled via a web browser used by your recipient. This means that your campaigns will be delivered right away when you click the "Submit" button and you do not have to worry about the so-called cookies, or anti-spam filters or software blocking the display of advertisements.

In addition, as in the case of the newsletter, web push messages are displayed only to recipients who have agreed to receive them. The subscriber chooses which sites he wants to receive notifications from, which means that the offers he receives are likely to match his needs or interests.

To cancel the subscription, all you have to do is change the settings in your web browser, which means that there is no threat from spammers in this channel. If the recipient does not sign up for notifications on their own, they will not simply receive them.

What does the subscription process look like?

It is very easy. When a user enters the site, a notification pops up asking for subscriptions.

He does not have to provide his e-mail or any personal data. It's enough that he clicks the button.

This simplicity is one of the reasons for the extreme effectiveness of push notifications.

In the case of our website (mdbootstrap.com), the number of subscriptions for web notifications is 16 times greater than the number of subscriptions to the newsletter.