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Use Pop Ups Without Ruining SEO

1. Drop the “Entry” Pop-Ups

Perhaps, the most disturbing thing is the interstitial that has popped up as visitors land on a specific website. Often, they skip the website as soon as a pop-up appears. It will, involuntarily, break the flow of browsing the matter online. So, switch to exit pop-ups rather than the ones at an entry time.

2. Detect the Differences Between Spammy and Relevant Interstitials

Google’s mobile interstitial penalty attacks the intrusive interstitials on the first shot. According to the general rule of thumb, if your interstitials are the unsolicited calls, or decline the user experience, or undervalue your mobile page, then Google will definitely counterattack on that website. Therefore, be 100% sure and then add a non-spam stuff to your site.

3. Turn Towards the Timed Pop-Ups

As, we have already discussed to wipe out the entry pop-ups. Just one more crucial thing is that set a specific timing with the interstitial. Don’t attach the “manual closing” option to it. Rather than, select the time limit of 3-5 seconds and let it close without any user intervention after that limit.

4. Keep your Eagles’ Eyes on the “Gray Area” Interstitials

Some pop-ups, like “language selection” are also the interstitials. And, they can impart a negative impact on a website, according to the Google guidelines. Thus, make sure to be safe rather than to feel apologetic later on. Some more examples are- sticky sidebars, live chat boxes, share buttons, and coupon pop-ups. So, just be cautious!

5. Hurrah! Be Liberal to Use Interstitials on Desktop

Some websites make a smart move and discover a great solution to the interstitial penalty. The pop-ups wrap on the mobile devices and evolve on the desktops. Also, find a number of pop-up plugins that unveil the interstitials on the specific platforms. Even, a website platform, Wix, wraps this obstructive stuff on all mobile devices.