When it comes to growing engagement, few channels are as valuable as those on your site.
On-site Notifications are an important inbound engagement channel that allows you to reach your players at the exact moment when they are already engaged with your brand. They are triggered by any number of potential real-time events and are relevant at every stage of your customers' life stage.
On-site notifications are messages that are delivered on a players desktop or mobile for the purpose of engagement. Unlike push notifications, the player must be on-site to receive these messages.
Communicate with your players through an On-Site Notification. Grab your player's attention while they're on-site and strike whilst the iron is hot.
🧠 On-site notifications are sent in real-time and are received by the player when they appear on your site, as long as the notification is still valid.
You'll find two different types of on-site notification in FT CRM; Message and Shoutout. Let's take a look at the differences between them. Please note that depending on your integration, your notifications may appear a little different.
An on-site notification message is a small pop-up located in the top corner of the page. It displays a small message advertising your desired player engagement; new games, features, promotions, etc.
Players can follow the CTA to a URL of your choice or can close down the message by clicking on the X. Once the player has interacted with the message it will disappear and will not be displayed again to that player.
An on-site notification shoutout is a pop-up that takes over the entire page to display your desired player engagement.
Here you have space to easily display more information to the players and add additional fields, such as a second CTA button, a larger image or bonus terms.
As with the message, the shoutout will also disappear for the player once they have interacted with it.
Here's a few examples to get you started:
Encourage first deposit and account set-up. Use On-site Notifications to persuade new players to make their first deposit by promoting your welcome offer.
Create cross-sell opportunities by introducing players to additional products. Trigger an on-site message offering free spins on a casino game after a sports player has placed a bet.
Using an On-Site Notification in your activity or lifecycle is quite straight-forward. Here we will walk you through the steps and take a look at what each field in the action builder corresponds to. Please note that depending on your integration, your action builder may appear a little different.
Firstly, add an Action Group to your activity or lifecycle and select Add New Action. Select On-Site Notification from the list of Action Types.
Under the Action Data heading, you will find some pre-existing fields that require information or data.
💡 Select the preview icon 👁 on the right-hand side to see the changes you make in real-time
Let's run through each required field;
Image: Browse the media library to insert any image that you wish to display.
Notification Title: Grab attention with a catchy title for your notification.
Event Name: Select from Message or Shoutout to determine how visible your notification will be.
Notification Message: The body of text to be displayed underneath the title.
CTA Link Address: Enter the URL (http:// or https://) where you'd like to re-direct your players to.
CTA Button Text: The text presented on the CTA to drive engagement.
Once you've set-up and are ready to go you can preview your on-site notification or even test the action group using the functionality, before you send it to your players.
🎨 Style the preview according to your brand!
With CSS you can easily add your brand’s colours, text and colours to your on-site notification preview. This is done through a simple integration. Read the integration guide .
Just like with Email and SMS, we can take a look at the performance of our on-site notifications and check the results in the Strict Conversion Funnels found in the Conversion Dashboard.
Here we can track the number of players who have received, opened or clicked and interacted with the on-site notification.
Understanding the Numbers: Using the example from the image above, let's take a look at the numbers;
Fired: 33 players in the segment received the on-site notification.
Opened: 33 players in the segment opened the on-site notification.
Clicks: 13 players in the segment clicked any link or followed the CTA inside the on-site notification.
Note: Please contact your Integration Manager to make sure conversion tracking is set-up for your on-site notifications.
FT CRM uses Pusher to support both the Site Inbox and On-site Notifications. You will need to set up a Pusher account as the first step in enabling this engagement channel.
To read more about how to get started, check out our .
Custom Integration? Maybe you have some other, more unique, requirements and could benefit from a custom integration. Reach out to your Integration Manager to find out more.