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Md Mostakim Hossain
Jul 17, 2022
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Here are some examples of operating problems: The interstitial covers most or all of the content on a page. The interstitial is not reactive. This means that it is difficult or impossible to close on mobile, rendering the page useless for mobile users. The interstitial is not triggered by an action, such as "Click here to subscribe". Rather, it appears on its own without a prompt, creating an unpleasant surprise for the mobile viewer. As you can see, the problem is not just the annoyance of popups, but their role in ruining the user experience. If you find an interstitial on your own site that you're not sure about, we think it's best to focus on a pleasant user experience. Why are intrusive interstitials targeted? Our first hint that Google was moving from banning app interstitials to all interstitials was in August 2015, when Gary Illyes confessed hair masking service to the world that he would love to use them as a negative ranking factor one day. At the time, he said, “But we have nothing to announce at this time.” Advertising Continue reading below Now you already have a glimpse of Google's decision. To better understand what exactly is on the watch as January 10 rolls our way, we can take a look at the factors playing a role in the market. As frustrating as users find popups, companies continue to use them because they're effective. In a recent study of 1,754,957,675 popups, there was an average conversion rate of 3.09%, with high performing popups averaging 9.28%. However, mobile traffic is increasing and Google seems to be leaning hard on it. In 2015, Google reported that access via mobile was higher than desktop searches in ten countries. In the meantime, it should be noted that 56% of traffic on major sites comes from mobile. HubSpot's Senior Director of Product Marketing, Marcus Andrews, amicably reminded us recently that “Google is very user-focused.” He notes, "Marketers are always looking for malicious ways to increase traffic and conversion rates, and every now and then Google needs to make a fix to improve user experience." So it's no surprise that Google is focusing its resources on mobile rather than desktop. This is where the majority of users are - it's just good business.
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